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63 VICTORIA SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 A. 1900 

AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 

1898-99 




PART Q 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE 



1— lQ 



Q-2 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Public Works Department : Summary of Expenditure. 



Civil Government. 



Minister 

Civil Government : 



Salaries , 

Contingencies, general ... 

ii M stationery 

i, ,, printing, lithographing, &c 

Chargeable to Capital. 

Public Buildings, Ottawa : Reconstruction of portion of West Block. 

River St. Lawrence Ship Channel.. 

River Kaministiquia 



Chargeable to Income. 

Public Buildings, Nova Scotia — 

Halifax Drill Hall 

ii Quarantine Station, Lawlor's Island . 

Kentville Post Office, &c 

Liverpool Post Office, &c 

Windsor Drill Shed 

h Public Building 



Public Buildings, Maritime Provinces Generally— 

Renewals and heavy repairs 

Public Buildings, Quebec— 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station 

Montreal Examining Warehouse : New floor 

ii Post Office : To re-cover roof with copper 

H Public Buildings : Improvements, alterations, &c. 

Quebec Citadel, Governor General's Quarters : To pay for work done 

,i Custom house : Renewals, improvements, &c 

ii Custom house and Examining Warehouse : New cement 

sidewalks .... 

ii Immigrant Buildings on Louise Embankment and Breakwater 

and Queen's Wharf Buildings 

ii Post Office : New wing, alterations, &c , 

Generally : Renewals and heavy repairs 



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Public Buildings, Ontario- 
Alexandria Reformatory 

Arnprior Post Office, Custom house, &c 

Belleville Post Office : New box fronts 

Brockville Public Building : New boilers 

Ingersoll Post Office, &c 

Kingston Drill Hall 

Ottawa Major's Hill Park : To complete stone and iron fence 

Ottawa Public Buildings, Grounds : New sidewalks and footways on 

Parliament Square 

Ottawa Public Buildings, Grounds : Removal of sheds in rear of 

Supreme Court and erection of new greenhouse 

Ottawa Public Buildings, Langevin Block: To pay Est. of Samuel 

Howell 

Ottawa Public Buildings, Langevin Block : Eire improvement and 

vault accommodation , 

Ottawa Public Buildings : Photo Establishment for Patent Offices, 

Dept. of Agriculture , 

Ottawa Public Buildings : 4 new boilers in West Block 

ii ii New elevator in East Block. ... 

Port Colborne Post Office : Mansard roof for caretaker's quarters . . . 

Rat Portage Post Office, &c 

Toronto Dominion Buildings : Improvements, &c 

Woodstock Post Office, &c 

Generally : Renewals and heavy repairs . 



Public Buildings, Manitoba — 

Portage la Prairie Post Office, etc 

Winnipeg Custom house : Repairs and improvements . 
Generally : Renewals and heavy repairs 



Carried forward , 



% cts. 



7,000 00 
43,749 88 
5,441 64 
2,332 78 
2,227 24 



59,857 92 

315,028 35 

10,208 05 



39,456 66 

16,583 78 

2,746 72 

5,08rt 85 

2,994 08 

11,037 21 



2,090 46 
3,098 99 
7,894 52 
6,911 35 
2,236 51 
4,503 33 

467 19 

4,908 71 

4,942 39 

11,960 24 



13,991 30 

6.010 72 
557 00 
824 35 

9,692 68 
9,738 43 
3,881 70 

8,873 83 

5.011 71 
600 00 

32,950 92 

6,796 25 
7,004 03 
4,105 04 
1,265 00 

12,969 55 
7,068 35 
7,065 25 

10,000 81 



1,914 32 

1,388 00 
5,007 77 



$ cts. 



60,751 54 



385,094 32 



77,905 30 
8,015 26 



49,013 69 



148,406 92 



8,310 09 



737,497 12 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-3 



Public Works Department: Summary of Expenditure— Con, 



Brought forward 

Chargeable to Income- -Continued. 

Public Buildings, North-west Territories- 
Court house, lock-up and police accommodation... 

Medicine Hat Court house, etc 

Regina Land Titles Office ' " 

" ii Steel roller shelves. . . . 

Yorkton Immigrant Building 

Generally : Renewals and heavy repairs 



Public Buildings, British Columbia- 
New Westminister Temporary Building 

Vancouver Drill Hall 

.1 Post Office : Improvements '.'.'." 

Victoria Public Building : Treasury vaults 

William's Head Quarantine Station : Quarters for crew, alterations' 

&c 

Generally : Renewals and heavy repairs 



Public Buildings, Generally — 

Electric and other power for running elevators, stamp machines, &c 
Renewals and heavy repairs 



Ottawa Buildings — 

Repairs, furniture, &c 

Heating (including running of elevators) . 

Lighting (including roads and bridges) 

Water (including Rideau Hall) 

Telephone Service 

Grounds 

Major's Hill Park ".'. 

Removal of snow (including Rideau Hall). 

Ottawa and other Buildings — 
Rents 



Rideau Hall- 
Repairs, furniture, &c 

Fuel and light allowance to Governor General. 

Dominion Public Buildings- 
Furniture 

Engineers, Firemen, Caretakers, 



&c. 



Heating 

Lighting 

Water 

Immigration Buildings : Repairs, &c. 
Quarantine Buildings : Repairs, &c. . 



Salaries . 
Supplies . 



Experimental Farms : New buildings, repairs, &c. 



Harbours and Rivers, Nova Scotia- 
Advocate Harbour : Wharf 

Arisaig : Repairs to wharf ............. 

Belleveau Cove : Breakwater '.....'.'.....'..'! 

Canada Creek : Breakwater repairs., . . ... . 

Cheticamp : Repairs to wharf ....... 

Clark's Harbour : Breakwater, &c 

Coffin's Island : Repairs and extension of beach protection. 

Cow Bay Breakwater : Repairs 

Cribbon's Point : Repairs to wharf 

East Ragged Island : Wharf 

East Tracadie : Reconstruction of breakwater . 

Enghshtown : Wharf '" 

Hall's Harbour : Breakwater repairs ' " " ' 

Hampton Pier : Repairs 

Hantsport : New wharf •••••• 

Iona : Wharf 



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$ cts. 



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183 03 
209 70 
792 00 
2,569 58 
2,175 90 



2,418 31 

157 60 

1,686 89 

19,641 53 

3,964 10 
5,201 08 



3,895 76 
4,355 51 



85,992 72 

65,097 87 

25,062 06 

13,433 62 

3,999 43 

5,033 91 

3,549 24 

1,968 96 



16,991 73 
8,000 00 



4,942 49 
78,007 64 

3,554 53 
46,235 45 
45,095 81 
13,243 03 

1,958 56 

1,322 90 



1,781 98 

599 82 

1,999 99 

1,037 75 

1,639 80 

726 00 

939 62 

5,000 00 

390 14 

1,252 07 

2,800 62 

23 36 

2,167 68 

1,999 7!) 

3,277 00 

485 66 



737,497 12 



6,913 64 



33,069 51 



5,251 27 



204,137 81 
18,015 98 



24,991 73 



194,360 41 
10,064 00 



26,121 28 1,237,301 47 



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A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1S9S-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Public Works Department: Summary of Expenditure — Con, 



Brought forward , 

Chargeable to Income— Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Nova Scotia — Co ntinued. 

Jordan Bay, East : Repairs to breakwater 

Judique : New wharf 

L'Ardoise : Repairs to breakwater 

Livingston Cove : Wharf 

Louis Head : Repairs to cribwork, breach protection 

Margaree : Extension of pier . 

Merigomish Harbour : Extension of wharf . 

Meteghan Breakwater : Repairs 

Meteghan River: Reconstruction of superstructure, etc., of break 

water 

Morden : Repairs to wharf 

McNair's Cove : Repairs to wharf 

McNutt's Island : Beach protection , 

Oyster Pond, Guysboro' Co. : Beach protection 

Petit de Grat : Reconstruction of protection work and dredging 

Pictou Island : Repairs to old work and new block 

Pictou Light : Beach protection 

Port Hood : Repairs to wharf 

Port Joli : Repairs to wharf 

Port Latour : Breakwater, etc , 

Port Maitland, Yarmouth Co. : Repairs to breakwater 

River Hebert Village : Wharf 

Salmon River, Halifax Co. : Wharf 

Sanford (or Cranberry Head) : Breakwater 

St. Ann's, North River : Wharf at Seymour Point 

Swim's Point : Wharf 

Trout Cove : Extension of breakwater 

Upper Port Latour : Wharf 

Upper Wood's Harbour : Wharf 

West Arichat : Repairs to wharf 

Western Head : Repairs to breakwater . ....... 

White Point : Breakwater repairs, etc 

Whycocomagh : Wharf 

Windsor Harbour: Shear dams, training dykes, etc., River Avon. . . 



Halifax Graving Dock (authorized by special statute). 
Harbours and Rivers, Prince Edward Island — 

Belfast : Approach to pier 

Brae : Breakwater 

China Point : Reconstruction of head pier , 

Hickey's Pier : Repairs 

Miminegash : Addition to Northern breakwater . . 

Miminegash Harbour Works : Repairs 

Mink River Pier : Repairs 

New London : Repairs 

Red Point Wharf : Repairs 

St. Mary's Bay Pier : Repairs 

St. Peter's Bay Pier : Reconstruction 

Souris : Strengthening of breakwater 

Summerside Harbour 

Tignish : Repairs to breakwater, &c 

West Point Wharf 

General repairs to piers and breakwaters 



Harbours and Rivers, New Brunswick- 
Black River : Repairs to wharf 

Buctouche : Repairs to wharf 

Burnt Church : Wharf. , 

Campbellton : Repairs to ballast wharf. . . 
Cape Tormentine : Repairs to breakwater. 

Caraquet : Wharf repairs 

Clifton : Repairs to breakwater 

Cocagne : Repairs to wharf 

Mispec : Repairs to breakwater 

Richibucto Pier : Repairs and dredging. . . 
River St. John, including tributaries 



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$ cts. 



26,121 28 



2,348 32 
8,683 00 
3,190 97 
2,999 94 

590 00 
4,051 00 

647 03 
1,093 74 

.4,001 76 

498 80 

893 56 

638 11 

1,170 75 

1.046 41 

766 85 

2,179 20 

1,100 00 

1.195 91 

3.335 98 
710 35 
9>2 80 

1,646 89 
3,497 29 
737 36 
2,025 18 
2,000 00 
2,041 88 

1.336 62 
685 39 
965 79 
902 26 

1,040 67 
3,999 25 



$ cts. 



509 40 

860 73 

104 53 

754 60 

1,661 60 

1,998 87 

500 10 

735 05 

985 83 

435 17 

500 02 

5,083 11 

39 42 

5,034 00 

6,258 00 

4,292 21 



450 00 

997 38 

159 29 

1,061 99 

4,738 63 

499 88 

500 00 
2,989 67 

800 00 

6,866 88 

1,065 98 



1,237,301 47 



89,104 34 
10.000 00 



29,752 70 



20,129 70 1,366,158 51 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-5 



Public AVorks Department : Summary of Expenditure— Con 



Brought forward , 

Chargeable to Income— Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, New Brunswick — Continued. 

St. John Harbour : Negro Point breakwater 

ii Hydrographic survey , 

.. Fort Dufferin 

Shippegan Harbour : Extension, &c 

Tracadie, additional block : Purchase and repairs, &c 

Two Rivers : Wharf . . , 

Harbours and Rivers, Maritime Provinces generally — 

General repairs and improvements . . 

Harbours and Rivers, Quebec- - 

Anse a Beaufils : Improvement of entrance to harbour 

Anse a l'Eau (Tadousac) : Landing slip, &c 

Anse aux Gascons (Port Daniel East) : Breakwater 

Anse St. Jean : Pier repairs ... 

Bay St. Paul, Cap aux Corbeaux : Extension, &c 

Berthier (en bas) : Repairs to wharf ,. 

it (en haut) : Dredging Berthier channel 

Cacouna : Extension of wharf 

Cap Sante : Removal of boulders 

Cedars Wharf : Repairs, &c 

Chicoutimi : Wharf freight shed 

Coteau Landing : Dredging 

Doucet's Landing : Dredging , . 

Grande Riviere : Repairs to wharf 

Iberville : Wharf , 

He aux Coudres : Repairs to wharf 

Isle Perrot : Additions to wharf, north side 

Kamouraska : Repairs and extension to wharf 

Lake St. John Piers, including improvement of approaches 

Laprairie : Ice piers 

Lauzon : Repairs to pontoon and construction of shed 

Les Eboulements : Repairs to wharf 

L'Islet : Wharf. . 

Longueuil : Repairs to wharf 

Lower St. Lawrence : Removal of rocks 

Magdalen Islands : Breakwater 

Newport : Repairs to retaining-wall 

Pointe Claire : Wharf 

Port Daniel : Repairs to wharf 

Pert Louis : Wharf , 

Rimouski : Repairs to pier 

Riviere Beauport : Improvement of channel, &c 

Riviere Cap de Chatte : Pier 

River Chateauguay : Dredging 

Riviere du Lievre Lock : Settlement for claims for damages 

Riviere du Loup, Wharf (en bas) : Repairs 

M (en haut) : Dredging channel , 

Riviere a la Pipe : Wharf on Lake St. John 

Riviere du Sud : Protection works 

River Richelieu : Beloeil channel guide piers 

River St. Maurice : Channel between Grandes Piles and La Tuque. 

River Touladie : Improvement 

Sillery Cove : Wharf at Point a Pizeau 

St. Alexis, Baie des Ha ! Ha ! : Pier, 

St. Alphonse, Bagotville : Landing pier repairs 

St. Anicet : Wharf wing 

Ste. Anne de Sorel : Extension of pier 

ii Ice piers 

Ste. Anne du Saguenay : Wharf 

St. Fulgence : Pier and improvements , 

St. Irenee : Repairs and extension of wharf 

St. Jean des Chaillons : Improvement of harbour 

St. Laurent : Repairs to wharf 

St. Nicolas : Wharf 

St. Roch des Aulnaies : Wharf , ... 

Harbours, rivers and bridges, Quebec generally : General repairs.. . 



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$ cts 



20,129 70 



4,801 20 
2,480 77 
1,397 97 
4,026 21 
76 19 
2,151 37 



943 
1,489 
5,047 
1,000 
7,264 

385 
6,941 
3,984 

572 
1,498 
1,499 
8,814 
3,739 

773 
6,784 

998 
2,486 
5,020 
2,583 
9,953 
1,029 
1,500 
1,474 
9,986 

565 
1,528 

244 
4,022 

767 
2,494 
83 
3,998 
3,502 
4.725 

193 
3,698 
1,200 
1,999 
2,987 
5,496 

255 
1,401 
5,083 
3,999 
2,000 
1,423 
1,596 
3,594 
1,099 
1,498 
5,024 
4,902 
2,008 
8,497 

183 
10,681 



$ cts. 



1,3(56,158 51 



35,063 41 
11,844 89 



176,529 85 



1,589,596 06 



Q-6 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99, 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Pubiic Works Department : Summary of Expenditure — Con. 



Brought forward. 



Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Ontario- 
Bayfield : Dredging 

Bowmanville Harbour 

Burlington Channel : Repairs to piers 

Collingwood Harbour : Improvement of 

Goderich : Reconstruction of breakwater . 

ii Dredging 

Hawkesbury : Dredging 

Jordan Harbour : Dredging 

Kincardine : Repairs to piers 

it Bowman & Porter 

Kingston Graving Dock : Electric light 

Kingston Harbour : Dredging 

ii Lake Ontario 

L'Orignal : Reconstruction of wharf 

Meaford : Pile work and dredging 

Newcastle : Dredging and repairs to piers 

North Bay : Pile wharf 

Oakville : Repairs to pier and dredging 

Owen Sound Harbour : Dredging 

ii Repayment to Town 

Picton Harbour : Dredging , 

Port Albert : Dredging and repairs to piers 

Port Burwell : Improvement of harbour 

Port Elgin : Extension of breakwater 

Port Hope : Repairs to piers and dredging 

Port Stanley : Repairs to piers and dredging 

# ii Assistance towards harbour improvements. . . 

Rainy River : Improvement of navigable channel 

Richard's Landing, St. Joseph's Island : Purchase of wharf. 

Rondeau Harbour : Repairs to pier 

Saugeen River : Dredging 

Thornbury : Repairs to wharf 

Toronto Harbour : Works at eastern entrance, &c 

Harbours, rivers and bridges, Ontario Generally : repairs 



Collingwood Harbour : Special account , 



Harbours and Rivers, Manitoba- 
Lake Manitoba : Opening of additional outlets, &c. 
Harbours, rivers and bridges : General repairs 

Harbours and Rivers, North-west Territories — 

General repairs and improvements 



Harbours and Rivers, British Columbia- 
Columbia River : Improvements above Golden , 

n Removal of rocks above Revelstoke 

ii Narrows between Upper and Lower Arrow Lakes, 

Duncan River : Improvement of 

Fraser River : Improvement of channel 

Kootenay River : Below Fort Steele 

Nanaimo Harbour : South channel, &c 

Skeena River 

Williams Head Quarantine Station : Repairs to wharf, &c. 

Harbours, rivers and bridges : General repairs 



Yukon Provisional District — 

Stikine River, &c. : Examination and improvements 

Yukon and Lewes Rivers : Improvements, &c, and telegraph lines. 
Harbours and Rivers, Generally — 

Repairs .and improvements 

Dredging — 

New Dredging Plant , 

Repairs to dredge vessels 

Dredging, Maritime Provinces , ... 

ii Quebec 



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30,000 00 




175 


2,886 11 




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9,632 41 




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2,994 25 




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2,546 99 




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2,486 35 




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3,334 39 




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46 90 




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9,994 76 




177 


3,328 99 




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6,009 12 




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5,358 65 




178 


941 05 




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10,773 40 




179 


4,465 94 




179 


9,885 40 




179 


3,263 21 




179 


7,000 00 




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997 93 




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24,864 88 




181 


2,896 00 




181 


5,515 00 




182 


10,046 31 




182 


10,000 00 




182 


554 00 




182 


3,023 35 




182 


3,499 93 




183 


4,097 50 




183 


999 99 




184 


18,232 26 




186 


8,555 82 


212,797 64 






174 




1,430 57 




186 


202 75 




186 


470 35 


673 10 




69 55 


186 






187 


2,962 22 




187 


1,818 67 




187 


4,999 39 




187 


2,946 43 




191 


39,955 89 




191 


3,852 58 




191 


9,909 59 




191 


2,468 33 




192 


5,040 23 




193 
194 


3,510 08 


77,463 41 


15,445 85 




194 
195 


24,836 57 


40,282 42 




5,003 83 




197 


70,573 34 




198 


23,650 30 




207 


62,876 96 




216 


17,927 30 






175,027 90 


1,927,317 18 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-7 



Public Works Department: Summary of Expenditure— Con. 



Brought forward 

Chargeable to Income— Continued. 



Dredging — Continued. 

,i Ontario 

ii Manitoba 

11 British Columbia. 

.1 General Service. . 



Slides and Booms, Generally 

Roads and Bridges — 

At Ottawa, over slides, river and canal, and approaches thereto 

Maria Street Bridge, Ottawa : Reconstruction 

Sappers Bridge, Ottawa : Extraordinary repairs 

Spray River Bridge at Banff 

Bridge across the Saskatchewan at Edmonton, N. W. T 

Trail from Edmonton towards Yukon District 

Dominion Traffic Bridges, throughout Canada, including approaches. 

Telegraph Lines— 

St. Lawrence, North Shore — 

Dingwall to Meat Cove Line : Telegraph connection 

Meat Cove and Ingonish : Repoling 

Extension from Pointe aux Esquimaux Eastward = 

Between Godbout and Pointe aux Esquimaux : To improve 

North-west Territories — 

Land line between Battleford and Clarke's Crossing : Thos. 

Dewan, for poles 

British Columbia — 

To connect Cape Beale and Carmanah with Victoria 

ii Nicola Lake with C . P . R. System 



Miscellaneous — 

Surveys and inspections 

National Art Gallery 

Monument to Hon. Alex Mackenzie , 

Statue of Her Majesty the Queen 

Funeral of Sir John Thompson : costs due W. B. A. Ritchie 

Chief Engineer's office : engineers, draughtsmen and clerks 

Chief Architect's office : architects, draughtsmen and clerks 

Departmental photographer : one half salary 

Telegraph seryice ; salaries of staff 

Temporary clerical and other assistance, notwithstanding C. S. Act 
Gratuity to widow of J. H. Marchand, fireman, Montreal Custom 

house : 2 mos. salary. . , 

Gratuity to widow of E. A. Mara, draughtsman in Chief Architect's 

office, P. W. Dept. : 2 mos. salary 



Collection of Revenue. 
Slides and Booms — 

St. Maurice District : Staff 

n Repairs 

Ottawa District : Staff 

H Repairs 

Trent and Newcastle District : Staff 

" it Repairs 

Burlington Channel : Staff . . , 

ii Repairs 

River Yamaska : Staff . 

ii Repairs 

Riviere du Lievre : Staff 

H Repairs . 

Levis Graving Dock : Staff and Repairs , 

Kingston u u 

Esquimalt h i. 

Harbours, Rivers, Slides, etc. : Staff generally 

H M Repairs 

Chenaux Boom : Upper Ottawa Improvement Co. 
Collection of Slide and Boom Dues 



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cts. 



175,027 90 



13,286 39 
8,025 14 

19,056 36 
3,162 04 



7,088 98 
464 65 

2,324 30 

3,087 93 

24,787 75 

233 09 

2,110 77 



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1,842 15 

12,789 20 

1,001 50 



369 82 

4,052 68 
1,209 10 



26,271 06 

883 25 

5,018 40 

19 80 

750 00 

41,994 38 

20,000 00 

700 00 

2,900 00 

25,000 00 

100 00 

190 00 



13,728 78 

7,220 55 

20,633 85 

11,258 79 

1,997 50 

1,783 75 

1,798 93 

417 16 

615 93 

2,278 21 

853 30 

12 03 

7,235 88 

5,046 70 

11,957 05 

272 00 

2,862 07 

1,724 34 

3,085 93 



94,782 75 



$ cts. 



1,927,317 18 



218,557 83 
2,989 58 



40,097 47 



21,314 85 



123,826 89 



2,334,104 80 



Q-8 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Public Works Department : Summary of Expenditure — Con. 



Brought forward 

Collection of Revenue— Concluded. 



Telegraph Lines — 

Prince Edward Island to mainland , 

Lower St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces . 

North-west Territories 

British Columbia 

Telegraph and Signal Service generally 

Public Works Agency, British Columbia 



Miscellaneous. 
Unforeseen Expenses — 

Gratuity to widow of late Wm. Byrne . . 
Aylmer Volunteer Fire Brigade 



Yukon District : Outlay by Interior Dept. 



Buildings 

Harbours and Rivers . 



Total of Public Works Expenditure for 1898-9. 



Recapitulation. 

Civil Government ._. page ii — 30). 

xxvii). 

xxv). 

xxv). 

xxvii). 



Chargeable to Capital {See Public Accounts, 

ii Income ( » 

Collection of Revenue ( « 

Collingwood Harbour, Special Account . 
Miscellaneous : Unforeseen Expenses. . 



Total as shown above . 



Page 

in 
PartQ 



242 
243 
252 
254 
255 
255 



255 
255 



255 
255 



$ cts. 



94,782 75 



1,946 66 

38,316 65 

14,137 52 

11,942 80 

2,791 77 

1,989 15 



112 50 
150 00 



cts. 



2,334,103 80 



13,336 90 
2,500 00 



165,907 30 



262 50 



15,836 90 
2,516,110 50 



60.751 54 

385,094 32 

1,902,664 27 

165,907 30 

1,430 57 

262 50 



2,516,110 50 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-9 



Superan- 
nuation 
Tax. 



cts. 



64 00 


+84 94 


+75. 00 


36 00 


42 00 


48 00 


28 00 


36 00 


33 00 


28 00 


*38 50 


28 00 


26 00 


*42 00 


28 00 


*38 50 


*42 00 


28 00 


25 00 


*43 75 


27 00 


28 00 


*13 50 


"35 00 


*35 00 


20 00 


*30 80 


20 00 


6 25 


6 25 



1,036 49 



Public Works Department 



Salaries at Ottawa. 

Statutory : Minister at $'7,000. 
Hon. J. Israel Tarte, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 



Civil Government Salaries ($43,749.88). 



Deputy Minister, Antoine Gobeil, 12 m. to June 30 

Chief Engineer, Louis Coste, July 1, 1898, to April 18, 1899. 

Chief Architect, David Ewart, 12 m . to June 30 

Chief clerks — 

A. G. Kingston, accountant, 12 m. to June 30 

E. F. E. Roy, secretary, 12 m. to June 30 

R. Steckel, 12 m. to June 30 

First-class clerks — 

A. E. Belleau, 12 m. to June 30 

E. T. Smith, 12 m. to June 30 

J. C. Tache, 12 m. to June 30. 

Second-class clerks — 

J. C. Blais, 12 m. to June 30. 

R. E. Bouchette, 12 m. to June 30 

Isidore Cote, paymaster, 12 m. to June 30 . . . 

R. C. Desrochers, asst. secretary, 12 m. to June 30 

Ernest Dionne, 12 m. to June 30 

Theophile Fortier, 12 m. to June 30 

Frederic Gelinas, 12 m. to June 30 

T. J. McLaughlin, 12 m. to June 30 

S. E. O'Brien, 12 m. to June 30 

R. J. Robillard, 12 ni. to June 30 

Alfred Rouleau, 12 m. to June 30 

J. A. Theriault, 12 m. to June 30 

Joseph Vincent, 12 m. to June 30 

Third-class clerks — 

Thos. Costigan, 12 m. to June 30 

W. C. DesBrisay, 12 m. to June 30 

H. J. Guppy, 12 m. to June 30 

Geo. Hennessy, 12 m. to June 30 ., . 

Mrs. I. F. Hyndman, 12 m. to June 30 

E. J. Smith, 12 m. to June 30 

Messengers — 

E. McG. Desrivieres, 12 m. to June 30 

V. Lepage, 12 m. to June 30 

Private Secretary, Fred. Gelinas, 12 m. to June 30 



Civil 
Government 



$ cts. 



7,000 00 



3,200 00 
2,719 88 
3,000 00 

1,800 00 
2,100 00 
2,400 00 

1,400 00 
1,800 00 
1,650 00 

1,400 00 
1,100 00 
1,400 00 
1,300 00 
1,200 00 
1,400 00 
1,100 00 
1,200 00 
1,400 00 
1,250 00 
1,250 00 
1,350 00 
1,400 00 

450 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 

880 00 
1,000 00 

500 00 
500 00 
600 00 



Civil Government Contingencies. 
The Public Works Dept. charges no employees under this head. 



Chief Engineer's Office {Q—230) (815,635.61.) 

Belanger, Nap., clerk, 365 d. at $2, less 1 d. in Oct. .. 

Belanger, V., clerk, 365 d. at $2.25 

Blain de St. Aubin, E. J., messenger, July 1-Nov. 13, 153 d. at'«1.50 

Cantin, J. A., draughtsman, 365 d. at $2 

Champagne, Isidore, messenger, Jan. 1-June 30, 1899 : 181 d. at $1 
Cote, Alfred, draughtsman, June 20-Oct. 10, 1898 : 108 d. at $2.50. 

Drapeau, P., draughtsman, 365 d. at $2.50 

Gadbois, Louis V., draftsman, Mav 1-June 30, 1899 : 61 d. at $2. . 
Gobeil, Jos., clerk : July 1-Aug. 16, Oct. 1-12, 59 d. at $2 ; Oct. 13 

Mar. 10, 149 d. at $2.50 

[Hampshire, C. C, clerk, 365 d. at $2 

Lane, A. E. B., clerk, July 1-Aug. 8, Jan. 21- A pi. SO: 139 d. at 



$2.50. 



Lafleur, E. D., engineer, July 1-31, Jan. 1-June 30 : 212 d. at *5.50. 

Lafontaine, Emery, engineer, Sept. 23-June 30 at $2,000. 

Marion, Israel, draughtsman, July 1-Apl. 28 : 302 d. at $2.75 



1,036 49 Carried forward . 



Outside 
Votes. 



50,749 



490 50 
780 00 

347 50 

1,166 00 

1,543 86 

830 50 



9,102 61 



Note. —The asterisks (*) denote contributors to Superannuation Fund No. 2, at Sh per cent; the 
daggers (+) denote contributors to the Retirement Fund. 



Q— 10 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Superan- 
nuation 
Tax, &c. 



1,036 49 



Public Works Department. 



Civil 
Government 



Salaries at Ottawa — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Chief Engineer's Office — Concluded. 

Micbaud, J. Ls., engineer, 365 d. at $4 

Moffette, Nap., draughtsman, July 1-Oct. 31, Dec. 23- June 30 : 313 

d. at $2. 75 .-- 

Perley, Geo. E., asst. engineer, 12 m. at $100 

Robitaille, J., storekeeper and plan mounter, 12 m. at $45 

Roy, J. Henri, July 1-Oct. 31, 1898 : 123 d. at $2.75 

Smith, Emile G., draughtsman, July 1-Oct. 11, 1898, 103 d. at $3... 
St. Laurent, Arthur, engineer, 365 d. at $5 



Chief Architect's Office (Q—%30) {$20,096.92). 

Baudry, Chambord, draughtsman, <fec, Jan. 1 June 30, 181'd. at $2.50 

Belanger, Saxton, clerk, 365 d. at $2 

Billings, W. R., architect and general office assistant, 12 m 

Breton, Frs., clerk of works, 328 d. to May 24 at $3, 37 d. from May 

25 at $3.50 ■ 

Charette, Jos., draughtman, Mar. 15- June 30, 1898, at $1,000 a year 
Charleson, J. B., supt. of works, July 1-March 10, at $125 a month 

Charron, Louis, draughtsman, 12 m. at $91.25 

Dionne, G. T., draughtsman, 365 d. at $1.50 

Dube, W. A., clerk in Mr. King's office, 365 d. at $2 

Dubois, Alf., architect, Oct. 11-June 30, 263 d. at $3 

Fuller, Thos. W., draughtsman, July 1-June 9, at $800 a yr 

Jordan, J. W., architect and asst. to Mr. Ewart, 12 m 

King, Win., mechanical engineer, 12 m. at $125 .••■•' 

Lamb, J. B., draughtsman and asst. to Mr. Billings, 12 m. at $90.. . . 
Mara, E. A., draughtsman, July 1-Dec. 1, at $95, less 4 d. in Aug.. . 

Marcotte, Chas. , draughtsman, 365 d. at $4 

Mackay, Chas., time-keeper: May 1-24, 24 d. at $2; May 25-June 

30, 37 d. at $3 . . . 

Paquet, F. X., draughtsman, 12 m. to June 30 

Richard, J. S., clerk, 12 m. to June 30 

Routiner, J. S. J. : draughtsman, July 1-Nov. 28, 5 m. at $800 ; 

examiner of accounts, Nov. 29- June 30, at $1,000 

Shearer, John, clerk of works, July, Oct. -June, 10 m. at $100 . . 

Taylor, F. L. F., draughtsman, 12 m. to June 30 

Warwick, J. J., clerk, 12 m. to June 30 



Departmental Photographer .- One-half Salary. 
McLaughlin, D. A., half $1,400 ($700 paid by R. & C. Dept. 

Telegraph Branch (Q—230) : ($2,900). 



Keeley, D. H., general supt. of telegraph service, 12 m 
Keeley, Robt., clerk, 12 m. at $75 



Secretary's Branch, notwithstanding C. S. Act :Q--230: {$17,170.82.) 

Blain de St. Aubin, E. J., clerk, Dec. 1-Mar. 10, 100 d. at $1.50 

Borbridge, E. W., clerk, July-Sept., 92 d. at $1 ' 

Bray, Andre, messenger, 19 d. deducted in May, 1898 

Bray, Andre, messenger, 365 d. to June 30, 1899, at $2 

Chalifour, J. M., clerk, 365 d. at $1.50 

Chasse, J. A., clerk, 365 d. at $3, less 2 d. in July 

Colman, L. H., clerk, 365 d. at $2.50 

Cor-nellier, Mrs. A., clerk: July-Oct, 4 m. at $33.33 ; Nov.-Dec, 61 

d. at $2 

Cote, Thos., private secretary : June 15-Mar. 31, 289 d. at $3; Apl. 

1-June 30, 92 d. at $4 

Couture, D., clerk, 365 d. at $1.50 



1,036 49 Carried forward 



$ cts. 
50,749 88 



50,749 S8 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-ll 



Superan- 
nuation 
Tax, &c. 



$ cts. 
1,036 49 



Public Works Department. 



Civil 
Government 



Salaries at Ottawa. 

Brought forward 

Secretary's Branch — Concluded. 



Cusson, J. E., clerk, 365 d. at $2.25 

Desjardins, J. E., clerk, July 13-Sept. 30, 80 d, at $2 

Desjardins, Michel, clerk, 365 d. at $2.50 

Doody, T. N., clerk, 365 d. at $2.25.. 

Dostaler, Alf., clerk, 365 d. at $2 

Duplessis, Mile. L., clerk, Apl. 1-June 30, 1899, 3 m. at $33.33 

Gagne, F. X., amount deducted in Dec, 1897 (1897-8, Q— 9) 

Gariepy, G., clerk, 365 d. at $2 , 

Gingras, F. A., clerk, 365 d. at $2 

Houde, Mrs. C. 1)., clerk, 12 m. at $45 

Hudon, Arthur, messenger : July-Mar, 273d. at $1, less 1 d. in Aug.; 

Apl. -June, 3 m. at $33.33 

Keir, T. W., clerk, 365 d. at $3 

Lafleche, E. R., clerk, 365 d. at $2.25 

Long, L. G., clerk, July-Dec, Feb., 212 d. at $2 

Mathe, N. M., clerk, 12 m. at $66.66 

McGregor, Gordon, messenger, Julv 1-Nov. 5, 128 d. at $1.50 

Parent, A. R., clerk, 365 d. at $1.75 

Savard, Philippe, clerk, 365 d. at $2, less 17 d. in Sept 

St. Jean, Dr. P., clerk, July 1-May 21, 325 d. at $3 



Accountant's Branch, notwithstanding C. S. Act:(Q- 



: ($6,308.75.) 



Bedard, J. B. E., clerk, 365 d. at $2.50 

Cote, Thos. A., clerk, Jan. 31- June 30, 151 d. at $2.50 

Gordon, John, clerk, 365 d. at $2 

Hardy, A., clerk, 365 d. at $2.25 

Marion, J. E., clerk, 365 d. at $1.75 

Morin, J. A., clerk, 365 d. at $1.75 

Stevenson, H. C, clerk, 365 d. at $3 . 

St. Laurent, J. B., jr., clerk, 365 d. at $3 



St. Laicrence Ship Channel (Q — 35). 
Howden, Jas., supt. of dredging at $2,500, 10 in. charged to this vote 

Hydrographic Survey of St. Lawrence {Q—39) : ($1,702.) 

Cowie, F. W., hydrographic engineer, July-Dec, June, 7 m. at $150 

Desrosiers, L. A., assistant, July- Dec, 1898, 184 d. at $3 ... 

Forneret, V. W., asst. engr., July 1-10, June 16-30, 25 d. at $4.. . . 



West Block, Ottawa : Reconstruction. 
Baudry, Chambord, draughtsman, Julyl-Dec 31, 1898, 184 d. at $2.50 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Ac: (Q-60) : ($2,801.75.) 

Bedard, Jos., labourer, July-June, 313 d. at $1.50 

Champagne, Isidore, labourer, July-Dec, 158 d. at $1.50 

Fortier, Leon, labourer, July- June, 298 d. at $1.50 

Laframboise, A., labourer, July- June, 288 d. at $1.50 

Launiere, E. R., general jobber, 12 m. to June 30 at $60 

Scrim, W. H., labourer ; July-Feb., 206 d. at $1.50; Mar. -June, 10< 
d. at $1.75 , 



1,036 '49 ' . . Carried forward 



$ cts. 
50,749 88 



50,749 



Q-12 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Superan- 
nuation. 
Tax. 


Public Works Department. 


Civil 
Government 


Outside 

Votes. 


$ cts. 


Salaries at Ottawa. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


1,036 49 


Brought forward 


50,749 88 


69,859 15 


Public Buildings, Generally (Q — 57) '$64.50. 








Translating Departmental Report— 

E. B. Allaire, 32 pages at $1.50 

Mile Laurette Duplessis, 11 pages at $1 . 50 




48 00 
16 50 




Harbours and Rivers, Ontario Generally (Q — 186) $1,398. 








Corriveau R. de B., assistant, June 10-30, 1899 : 21 d. at $2.50 




52 50 




Cowie, F. W., hydrographic engineer, Apl.-May, 2 m. at $150 . . 




300 00 




Desrosiers, L. A., asst. engr., Apl.-June : 91 d. at $3 




273 00 




Fraser, J. W., asst. engr., Mar. June : 4m. at $100 




400 00 




Mercier, Paid, assistant, May 4- June 30 : 58 d. at $2.50 




145 00 




Paradis, Paul, asst. engr., Apl.-June : 91 d. at $2.50 ...'... . . . . ... 


227 50 




Harbours and Rivers, Generally (Q—195) -$'839.94. 








Gauvreau, Alf., in cement-testing roon, 12 m. at $45.62. 

Translating Departmental Report — 

Marie Beaupre, 73 pages at $1 . 50 




547 44 
109 50 




Candide Bien venue, 30 pages at $1 .50 




45 00 




Claudine Bienvenue, 30 pages at $1 . 50 , 




45 00 




Godfroy Langlois, 62 pages at $1 . 50 




93 00 




Dredging, Ontario and Quebec (Q — 215) $416.66. 








Howden, Jas., supt. of dredging : 2 m. charged to this vote 




416 66 




Dredging, Generally {Q—223) $2,486.09. 








Godwin, E. B., asst. supt., 12 in. to June 30 , 




1,200 00 




Huot, Edgar : July-Oct., 123 d. at 75c; Nov.- June, 8 m. at $30. . . . 
Robinson, C, 12 m. at $87 50, less 34 d. absent 




332 25 

953 84 




Maria Street Bridge {Q—222) $432. 








McLean, N. B., Mar. 15- June 30 : 108 d. at $4 




432 00 




Surveys and Inspections {Q—229) $983. 








Boyer, Aurelien, assfc. to J. W. Fraser, Sept.-Oct. : 61 d. at $3 




183 00 




Fraser, J. W., asst. engr.. July-Feb.: 8 m. at $100 




800 00 




Montreal Harbour Survey (Q—228) $1,295. 








Boyer, Aurelien, asst., Dec. 1-Mar. 10 ; 100 d. at $3 




300 00 




Cowie, F. W., hyd. engineer, Jan.- Mar., 3 m. at $150 




450 00 




Desrosiers, L. A., assistant, Jan. 1-Mar. 31 : 90 d. at $3. . . 




270 00 




Paradis, Paul, assistant, Dec. 1-Mar. 20 : 110 d. at $2.50. . 




275 00 




Papineauville Bay Survey (Q—228) $27.50. 








Paradis, Paul, assistant, Mar. 21-31 : 11 d. at $2.50 




27 50 




Rainy River (Q—182) $358.50. 








Boyer, Aurelien, assistant. July, Aug., Nov., 92 d. at $3 




276 00 




Paradis, Paul, assistant, Oct. 29-Nov. 30, 33 d. at $2.50 




82 50 




Collection of Slide and Boom Dues {Q—243). 








Gagne, F. X. ' clerk, 365 d. at $2.50 




912 50 




Telegraphs, Generally (Q—254). 








Duplessis, Mile Laurette, transl. report, 30 pages at $1.50. . 




45 00 










1,036 49 


50,749 88 


79,117 84 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-13 



Civil Government Contingencies : Public Works Department. 

Stationery, March, 1898, to June, 1899 ($2,332.78). 

Books and Maps — 

Art Work on Ottawa, 4 sets, $88.80 ; British Columbia Year Book, 2, $5 

A. R. Hassard's work on Private International Law, 2 

Canada, an Encyclopedia, vols. 2-5, $36 ; Canadian Annual Digest, 2, $7 

Clifton and Grimauds Dictionary, English and French 

Confederation Debates, $5 ; Dominion Law Index, $7.50 

Eddis Manual for Accountants, $3 ; Guide de Ste. Hyacinthe, 0, $6 

Hill's Pocket Dictionary, English and French, 3, $1.50 ; Henri de Berniere, 2, $2. 

Index to Railway Legislation, 4, $6 ; Laroussi's French Dictionary, 90c 

Le Pere Lefebvre et L'Acadie, 4, $4 ; Map of the Maritime Provinces, 5, $20.45. . 
Map of Ontario, 2, $4.75 ; Montreal Directory, 3, $13 : Ottawa Directory, 5, $15. 



Personnel of the Senate and the House of Common'!, 2. 

Pocket Dictionaries, English and French, 2, $1.25; Practice of the Exchequer Court, $6 

Quebec Directory, 2, $6 ; Slater's Code, 6, $9.90 ; Statutes of Ontario, $5 

Spier's and Surenne's French and English Dictionary, $3.78 ; Toronto Directory, $5. . . , 

United States and Canada Fisheries Affairs, $2.76 ; Webster's Pocket Dictionary, 2, 60c. 

Yukon maps, 6 

Blank books : attendance, 36, $30.60 ; account, 9, $1.92 ; blank, 4, $4 ; diaries, 24, $20.02 ; 
daily journals, 10, $6.26 ; indexes, 2f* doz., $5.24 ; letter, 16, $36 ; memo., 36, $14.58 ; 
pocket memo., 2, $2.80 ; recruits, 16, $1.99 ; reporters, 5 doz., $6.10; requisition, 7, 

|4.65 ; scrap, 4, $5 ; shorthand, 6 doz., $5.60 ; scratch, 39 doz., $40.79 

Almanacs : 8 Canadian, $2.45 ; 2 Hachette, $2.08 ; 12 P. E. Island, $1 .56 

Calendars, 83 Civil Service, $2.49 ; memo cards, 2,000, 98c; visiting cards, 48 pkgs., $6.60. . 

Binding cases, 11 doz., $44 ; brief bag, $5.25 ; Burr Index, $45 ; copy holder, $2 . 

Common sense binders, 2, $1.60 ; letter cases, 2, $2.50 ; leather wallet, $2 ; baskets, 38, $29.40. 
Roger's file boards, 18 prs., $4.65 ; Eclipse files, 7, $5.60 ; pamphlet cases, 3 doz., $80.40. . . . 
Canvas straps, 15 doz., $11.55 ; cardboard files, 4, $1 ; mail rack, 40c, laces, 6 doz., $3.90. . . 

Terry section liner, $5 ; with long arm, $1.35 ; terrestrial globe, $22.80 ; balance, $2.15 

Paragon scale, $2.25 ; vulcanite scale, 75c, straight edges, 3, $4.85 ; rulers, 8, $1.58 

Letter scale, $6.25 ; ivory foot rule, $1.70 ; handy box letters and figures, $6.25 

Colours, 12 pans, $1.78 ; colour box, 90c; chamois skin, 34c; brushes, 8, $4.67 

Envelope openers, 18, $2.67 ; bodkins, 7, 94c; eyelet punches, 2 at $1.50, 1 at $1.25, 1 at 30c 
Desk knives, 50, $13.50 ; pen knives, 4, $5.24 ; jack knives, 4, $1.30; cork screw, 15c, . . - 

Planetary pencil pointer, 2, $7 ; scissors, 48 prs., $21.61 ; hones, 2, 67c 

Letter press, 2, $17 ; rubber sheets, 12, $3.60; damping tray, $2.90 ; roller dampers, 7, $2.58 
Ink, 90 bots., $26.89; inkstands, 40, $26.45 ; ink extractors, 22, $3; rubber erasers, 21i doz., 

$15.81 

Mucilage, 34 bots., $11.92 ; mucilage founts, 45, $7.15 ; paste, 7 bots., $1.16 ; sealing wax, 12?- 

lbs., $5.37 



Paper and envelopes — 

Blotting, 8 rms., $49.28 ; carbon, 31£ boxes, $103.80 : foolscap, 30 rms., $117.52 

Letter, 2 rms., $7.40 ; manifold, 16 rms., $17.74 ; note, 35 rms., $72.58 

Portfolio, 3^ rms., $18.26 ; typewriting, 5 rms., $4.50 ; vandyke, 200 yds., $29.95 

Wrapping, 17f rms., $53.92 ; envelopes, 45,525, $152.56 

Pencils, 90| doz., $35.97 ; coloured pencils 34 doz., $17 08 ; automatic pencils, 48, $8.67 

Pencil holders, 6 boxes, $3 ; leads for pencils, 51 boxes, $2.58; penholders, 23^ doz., $21.60. . 

Pens, 145 boxes, $42 39 ; drawing pen, $1 .80 ; fountain pens, 8, $28 

Paper fasteners, 47 boxes, $4.37 ; pins, 159 papers, $14.52 ; taste, 12 cards, $2.88 

Rubber bands, 261 boxes, $136.87 ; twine, 47^ lbs., $12.68 ; paper weights, 13, $5.35 

Rubber stamps, 13, $12.60 ; rubber type, 2 boxes, $5.10 ; thermometers, 2, 62c ; ink pads, 3, $3 

Typewriter ribbons, 76, $49.67 ; platen, 4, $21 ; typewriters, 1 at $102.50, 1 at $55... 

Typewriter repairs, $27.80 ; cabinet, $35; felt pads, 2, $1 ; travelling case, $12.50; R. keys, 

$3.90 

Desk pads, 7, $2.60 ; hand blotters, 34, $11.76 ; repairing numbering machine, $4 

Wax vestas, 39 boxes, $2.73 ; detailed in 1897-98 (page Q— 12), $29.04 ; sundries, $6.66 



Printing, Lithographing, d-c, April 1898- June 1899 ($'2. 



Printing, binding, &c, $1,887.34 
$214.57 paid in 1899-1900. , . . 



lithographing, $521.13; pari, publications, $33.34; less 



Sundries ($5,44L64). 

Newspapers, &c. : — Aylmer Gazette, $1; London Farmer's Advocate, $1.20; Louiseville 
Progress, $2; Montreal: Gazette, $6; Herald, $15; Ry. Guide, $1.50; Can. Engineer, 
$1.60 ; Cultivateur, $1 ; Minerve, $3 : Monde Illustre, $6 ; Moniteur du Commerce, $2 ; 
Patrie, $6 ; Presse, $3 ; Prix Courant, $1 .50 ; Shareholder, $2 ; Witness, $3 ; Montmagny 
Echo, $1 ; Ottawa : Citizen, $6 ; Free Press, $6 ; Temps, $6 ; Quebec : Evenement, $6 ; 
Revue des Deux Frances, $5 ; Soleil, $9 ; Regina Standard, $3 ; Shawville Advance, $1 ; 
St. John Telegraph, $10; Toronto : Globe, $4 ; Mail and Empire, $4 ; Vancouver World, 
821 ; Windsor Progress, $3.25 ; London, Eng. : British Architect. $5.11 ; Building News, 
$6.33; Can. Gazette, $1.41 ; Electrician, $7.30; Engineer, $17.52; Engineering, $8.76 ; 

Carried forward , 



Q-U 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Civil Government Contingencies: Public Works Department- 



-Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Sundries— Concluded. 



Newspapers, &c— Con. 



Boston Am. Architect, $10 
Electrical World, 



¥nr2agazin^"$3.04 ; Graphic, $1.61 ^ J^ J^ 
New York: Coal Trade Journal $5; ^HeSSd $10 ; Sci. American, $10 ; Travellers' 

$3 ; Eng. News, $5 ; Eng. Magazine, $3, Heiaia * , 

Guide, $5 ; Paris : Illustration, $8.7<5 , lemps, 9 u , j r t ^ & Q _ } 

Travelling expenses of Ottawa ottciais ... . -^ £^ eil '$47.38 ; L. Coste, 75c. ; F. Gelinas, 



B&Ia^^^ 



.55; freight, $7.87, 



80c. 



E 

Cartage, 50c. ; u^ * - OTesTenier'to Gatineau Point, 4 trip; 

Street car tickets, $46 . 24 , messenger tu t $26 15 

Telephones, $110 15 ; telegrams ^^^^tph bo V s, $5.75 ; transcription, $12. 
Banque National transfers, 4, jl^^^.J^SJi] ff rouD. $4: bags, 2, $18.95. 



MSiemlticarproblembooK 

S3SS5S3SSa f5iSA5KS5^ W.10 ;' hair brushes, 4, $5.60 ; combs, 
$1.25.. . . • • • • • • ioK - ^'. ™ a tohes ' 36 boxes', $3.60 ; tumblers, 29, $5.52. . . 



oil, 1 bot., 25c. 
Washing towels, Mrs. Bray, 340 

Total, carried to page Q— 2. 



needles, 14c. 



5c V> f lf^£?^^rt^T™Mtig sheet's "and pillow cases, $S 



Public Buildings, Ottawa: West Block Beconstruction. 

(PageQ- 



-11) 



$ cts. 
4,560 02 



296 66 
2,350 31 



155 48 
32 62 
47 04 
2,240 52 
18 75 
23 95 
101 25 

14 45 
34 96 
37 66 

74 
87 25 



Salaries in department at Ottawa ..... v -. ■^■■-- '^j—^' at«i66." 

Adams, Samuel, superintendent, July 1 io, oei " 

Canty, Patrick, foreman '^uly 5-May 31 325, d at £A .W . -^ . ^ ^ ^ 

Ambridge John, carpenter 122 h .at 15c., A qu , . fa at ^ lg46 ftt 19|c . 

Archer, W A carpenter 393 i h. at W 2 |mAi| ca ' nter, 408 h. at 22f. . . 

Auborne, E., bricklayer 9 h v f JSc. , A%ery,^i •» L g 14c ^ ftt 16§c . , 

Bartlett, A., labour 445 h. .a s 14c. .Basmet 11. labour carpe nter, 423 h. at 19|c. 

Battersby, Wm., labour, 497 h. . rt-Ha, ** ** \°£ V^in/ J., painter, 189 h. at 22|c 
S2SS S D Si , 55gSS. l lM S 3 **^^* -*'l^5 B— -- Chas., carpenter, 748 4 h. 

Beinlertfc^ 

Belanger Z labour, 554 h. a ,14 632 a* ^ij^peiiter, 77 h. at 194c., 1,123 at 22*c. . . . 

Boyer, N., roofer 711 h at 22|c 3, 2 at 25c ; , *ro ca ' ter , 7 36| h. at 19ftc 

Boyne, James, labour 12 h ** J^f-^ ™ ^ carpen ter, 503 h. at 19^c 



L^c. 



Cardiff, N. 



ncrineer," 2,01H "h. at 22§c. ; Oharron F., carper 
lav "r, 674| h. at 33ic. ; Claude, A labour, 63 h 



h. at 19|c. 



at 16*c. 



198 h. at 19£c. ; »r,J., carpenter, 273 h. atl9£c 



Cooper, Jos., bricklayer, 261 h. at 33Jc.. . . 
Couroux, Pierre, carpenter, 198 h at 19|c. 



Charette, Nap., en; 

Clarke, R., bricklay 

Cloutier, A., carpenter 

Comeau, H., labour, 1,637 h. at 14c, 

C6te, Robt labour ^ 70 \^t h ^ 4^c^ Craie, Hugh; bricklayer, 703| h. at"33£c 

' 1 h. at 14c 
u. at 16gc, 414 at 14c 
Dunning N.. roofer, 246 h. at 19Jc, 



labour, 43 h. at 16|c. 

French, T. W., tinsmith's helper, 2/ h. at 14c. 
h. at 14c. 



10,001 66 



813 at 16§c; Gariepy, J. H., labour, 1,011 2 



ISS^kSSSIS., m . . » 



Gauthier, A.J roofer,' 1,288 h. at 19£c. 



Carried forward. 



460 00 

1,053 28 

1,137 50 

210 58 

489 66 

93 19 

217 92 

295 41 

133 74 

216 60 
555 32 
260 64 
415 27 
163 15 
451 65 
408 59 
260 00 
148 86 
306 80 
21 66 

315 38 
249 63 
639 91 
235 27 

91 86 

316 18 
276 76 
445 95 

42 51 
125 86 

39 93 
338 61 

61 88 
114 94 
276 36 
692 65 
374 85 
133 36 

280 89 
182 50 
481 61 
387 63 



13,404 34 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-15 



Public Buildings, Ottawa : West Block Reconstruction — Continued. 



Brought forward 



1,749 



Gauvreau, J., labour, 235^ h. at 14c; Gibson, Wyman, carpenter, 170 h. at 22^c 

Gillespie, E., bricklayer, 586^ h. at 33f»c; Gingras, Jos., roofer, 377 h. at 14c. 

Gono, A., bricklayer, 361) h. at 28c; Goode, Geo., water boy, 486 h. at 8^ 

Graham, James, carpenter, 176 h. at22^c; Grant, A. T., carpenter, 2424 h. at 16§c 

h. at 19^c 

Grenon, Jos.", carpenter, 1,940 h. at 25c; Hamelin, J., roofer, 103 h. at 194c 

Hope, J., carpenter, 207 h. at lO^c; Huot, Pierre, roofer, &c, 453 h. at 16qC 

Jacques, Arthur, roofer, 279 h. at 19|c; Janveau, Eugene, roofer, 234 h. at 14c 

Joannette, Israel, roofer, 90 h. at 19ic; Joncas, 1., labour, 63 h. at 16*fc 

Kennedy, J., labour, 22 h. at 14c; Kerr, J., carpenter, 77 h. at 19ic, 1,254 at 22?,c 

Killeen, Geo., labour, 18 h. at 14c; Lacelle, O., labour, 2,592 h. at~16§c 

Lacroix, N., labour, 54 h. at 16§c; Laflamme, M., carpenter, 1,052 h. at 19|c, 1,058 at 22§c. 

Lafontaine, Jos., labour, 234 h. at 14c; Lafontaine, L., plasterer, 617 h. at 25c 

Lafontaine, Paul, labour, 310 h. at 14c, 1,311 at 16§c; Lalonde, H., labour, 985 h. at 14c . . 

Laframboise, A., labour, 25 d. in Apl. at $1.50 

Lalonde, Jos^, carpenter, 2,051| h. at 19^c; Lamadeleine, N., carpenter, 2,3444 h. at 22|c. . 
Larose, DaviaXroofer, 450 h. at 194c; Latimer, James, blacksmith, 2,7984 h. at 22§c .... . 

Larose, John, labour, 236 h. at 14c ; night watchman, 658 h. at 14c , 

Latulippe, Ovila, carpenter, 216 h. at 19£c.; Lavallee, J., labour, 452 h. at 16§c 

Leblanc, O., carter, 654| h. at 22|.; Lecavelier, X., carpenter, 302 h. at 194c 

Lefebvre, M., carpenter, 225 h. at 19^c; Legault, A., plasterer, 31 h. at 28c 

Legault, P., labour, 63 h. at 16§c; Lewis, James, plasterer, 1,067 h. at 25c, 

Liberge, F., labour, 422 h. at 15c, 443 at 16fc.: Loper, F., carpenter, 189 h. at 19|c 

Loyer, JB., tinsmith, 284 h. at 19|c; Loyer, Isidore, roofer, 450 h. at 194c ... 

Maccra, A., labour, 63 h. at 16§c; Macdonald, A. K., bricklayer, 493 h. at 33^c 

Mahon, M. J., bricklayer, 692£ h. at 33^c ; Maloney, T., labour, 222 h. at 16§c 

Mantell, J., labour, 270 h. at 16§c; Mantha, O., labour, 443 h. at. 16gc 

Marsan, A., bricklayer, 665f h. at 33Jc; Martin, W., labour, 680 h. at 15c 

Masson, Alfred, watchman, 1,262^ h. at 14c; Mathieu, A., labour, 684 h. at 16|c 

Mathieu, Geo., stonecutter, 54 h. at 33Jc, 897 at 28c; Matte, Jules, painter, 355 h. at 16§c. . 
Merifield, Chas., bricklayer, 701^ h. at 33|c; Meunier, Nap., stonecutter, 682£ h. at 33^c. . . 

Millaire, N., labour, 550 h. at 14c, 209 at 16|c ; Miner, P., labour, 76 h. at 14c 

Miller, G., labour, 2,3034 h. at 16|c, 354 at 18fc; Monette, O., bricklayer, 703 h. at 334c. . . . 

McBride, Win, labour, 700 h. at 14c; McCallum, A. W., bricklayer, 697£ h. at 33^c 

McCartney, W., plasterer, 1,034 h. at 25c; McCourt, Thos., labour, 1,118 h. at 16§c 

McEwen, D., carpenter, 161 h. at 19Ja; McGuire, J. E., bricklayer, 629| h. at 33^c 

McLaughlin, G., plasterer, 1,059 h. at 25c; McLaughlin, P., labour, 4234 h. at 14c 

McNulty, H., plasterer, 1,205 h. at 25c; Neving, D. R., roofer, 153 h. at 194c, 1,014£ at22|c. 

O'Connor, John, labour, 1,642 b. at 16§c; O'Connor, R.> plasterer, 1,059 h. at 25c. 

O'Donnell, J., bricklayer, 676^ h. at 33^c; Orr, Oliver, carpenter, 372 h. at 194c . 

Palen, W., carpenter, 1,206 h. at 194c, 526| at 22|c; Parise, T., labour, 2,716~h. at 16§c . . . 

Piche, Chas., roofer, 1,113 h. at 16§c; Pooley, H., labour, 820 h. at 16§c 

Proulx, C, labourer, 90 h. at 14c; Quinn, M., labour, 747 h. at 14c 

Ralston, R., carpenter, 1,9764 h. at 22|c; Reardon, John, labour, 173 h. at 14c, 144 at i(3§c' 
Renaud, Thos., labour, 672^ h. at 14c; Robertson^ A., labour, 240 h. at 15c, 482 at 10§c 



Rocque, L. A., carpenter, 324 h. at 194c; Rolin, F., labour, 94 h. at 14c 

Rourk, M. J., painter, 140 h. at 22^c ; Roy, A., labour, 580 h. at 14c ... 

St. George, E., bricklayer, 44l£ h. at 33^c; St. George, H. F., bricklayer, 529 j h. at 33Jc. . . 

Sabourin, Omer, roofer, 495 h. at 14c; Sarazin, Joseph, plasterer, 583 h. at 25c 

Seguin, J. B., labour, 31 h. at 14c; Shea, T., carpenter, 77 h. at 22|c 

Sheehan, J., labour, 9 h. at 14c, 394 at 16§c; Skelton, John, steel work, 276 h. at 28c 

Shipman, R,, carpenter, 1,326 h. at 194c, 522 at 22£c; Sutherland, A., plasterer, l,165h. at 25c 

Simard, O., carpenter, 1,090 h. at 19^c, 513 at 22|c; Tallon, E., carter, 14 d. at $2 

Turner, G., labour, 102 h. at 14c; Turcotte, O., labourer, 9 h. at 14c 

White, J., carpenter, 686^ h. at 19^c ."..'.'. 

Pay lists detailed with Ottawa Buildings, Repairs, Mechanical Branch of P. W. Dept. 

(Page Q-61) 

Balance in hand of Paymaster 



Less— Charged to East Block, elevator (Page Q-- 51) ... . 1,176 21 

n West Block, new boilers (Page Q— 51) ' 10 50 

t. Ottawa Buildings, repairs (Page Q— 61) . . 97 50 

1899-1900 42737 



Bailey, Geo., repairing tools 

Brunet, J. W. R., Montreal : roofing slabs, 6,675 ft. at 12c, 1,266 ft. at 14c '............'..'. 

Bruce & Fleck, iron cresting, &c, to towers: 2,848 lbs. at 17c, 1,152 lbs. at 7c, $564 80 
—less, 578 lbs. of old iron at 8c a lb., $46.24 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 189S-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Public Buildings, Ottawa : West Block Bcconstruction — Continued. 



Brought forward, 



Butter worth & Co. : nails, 8 kegs of 4 and 5 in. wire at $2.25, 6 of 3 in. at $2.50, 1 keg of 1J 
in. galv., $8 ; 6 in. medium soil pipe, 335 ft. at 40c. ; felt, 4,900 lbs. at $1.35 ; cutting 
and forming metallic lathing, 11,544 ft. at Ic. ; sundries, $61.49 

Canadian Granite Co., 153 yds. of sand at 90c 

Cavanagh, Ed., Co., Montreal : Hayes' metallic lathing, 1,000 yds. at 254c. ; freight, $6.88 . 

Charleson, W. G. : cement, 25 brls. of " White Cross" at $2.50, 16 of " Keens" at $7.50, 25 
at $6.50 ; plaster of Paris, 25 brls. at $2.10 ; 12 oz. saturated felt, 15,231 lbs. at $1.27£ a 
100 lbs. ; 30 brls. pitch, 15,720 lbs. at 67c a 100 lbs. ; roofing pitch, 40 brls. at $2 ; Hayes' 
pat. lathing, 230 sq. yds. at 30c. ; copper nails, 60 lbs. of 1 in. at 40c, 100 lbs. of 1^ in. at 
30c ; H in. galv. roofing nails, 225 lbs. at 8c ; glass, 457 panes of 22 oz. $114.06, 252 of 
D.D. $129.18 ; putty, 576 lbs. at 2£c ; linseed oil, 30 galls, at 65c ; turpentine, 10 galls, 
at 65c ; agricultural furnace, $20 ; tinsmith's brake, $125 ; 1,124 carriage bolts, $22.10 ; 
manilla rope. 191 lbs. at 15c ; sundries, $94.77 ... ... 

Chaudiere Machinery and Foundry Co. : repairing hoist, 50 hrs. at 40c ; material, $2.90 . . . 

Chenier, Cyrille, Hull : gravel, 37| yds. at $2.50 , _ 

Desrivieres, J. A. : 3-in. plank for jambs, sills and nosing, 5,542 ft. at $45 ; lh in. pine, D. 2 
S., clear K.D., 825 ft. at $45 ; l|in. roofing, 8,305 ft. at $22 ; lumber for scaffold, 2,570 
ft. at $15 ; dimension timber, 3,000 ft. at $18 ; sundry lumber, 635 ft. at $45, 640 ft. at 
$35, 2,395 ft. at $16, 1,984 ft. at $15 ; 2-in. cut to pattern, 600 pes. at 15c ; 3 x 4 cut to 
pattern, 1,562 lin. ft. at 2ic ; moulding, &c, 74 lengths at 25c, 316 at 20c, 250 at 18|c, 
285 at 15c, 601 at 10c, 721 at 8c ; 1 x 6 architrave, 58 lengths at 30c ; sawing, 19 hrs. at 
$1, 32 hrs. at 75c ; sash, 10 at $1.25 ; winter sash, 129 at $1.12| ; 116 pes. of 4 It. sash, 
8 ceiling sash and 4 doors (contract), $125.50 ; sundries, $57.30 ; cartage, $20.66 

Desrivieres, J. A., Ottawa, bill of 16th March, 1899 : 3 x 3 in. bevelled, 27,240 lin. ft. ; 1\ in. 
T. & G., soft maple or birch, 2 in. wide, 1st qua!., 25,000 ft. surface ; 3x 6 in., &c, 27,000 
ft. B.M., 4 x 15 in., &c, 900 lin. ft. ; 4 x 8 in., &c, 900 lin. ft. ; 4 x 10 in., &c, 500 lin. 
ft. ; 1.7 in. T. & G. white pine, 4 to 6 in. wide, excl. of tongue, 2nd qual., 46,000 ft. surf, 
meas. : lump-sum tender, $2,973.75 ; less paid in 1899-1900, $1,173.75 

Edwards, W. C, & Co. (Ltd.) 3 x 5h in. white pine, 3,566 ft. at $14 ; 2x4 in. dressed, 308 
ft. at $20 ; cartage, $1 , 

Forest, Oscar : asbestos wall plaster, 17 tons at $6.50 

Gingras, Ls. : repairing tools, $8.98 ; 300 lbs. nails, $4.50 

Graves Bros. : 9 galv. iron mortar pails, to order, $12.05 ; g-in. wire rope, 155 ft. at 13c. ; 
solder, 50 lbs. at 25c ; soldering coppers, 4 at $1.25 ; bolts, 500 of 4 in. at $1.60, 200 of 
3h in. at $1.50, 300 of 2 in. at $1.35 ; 1 box of I X tin, 20 x 14, $8 ; 1 keg 1| in. galv. roof- 
ing nails, $6.50 ; sundries, $37.05 

Hamilton Bridge Works Co. : beams, tees, &c, left over from roof as agreed orally, 2,500 
at $2 

Hay, N. : hardware, &c 

Ives, H. R, & Co., Montreal ($2,184.50)— 

Structural iron roofs for two small towers, contract 

One circular iron stair, 19 ft. 1\ in. high. 39 steps at $5.50 \ 

On account of cresting 

Lachapelle, Z., Gatineau Point : 8 ladders, 199 ft. at 10c 

Lawson, Thos. : 158 iron brackets, 1,090 lbs. at 4c ; 2 6x8 large Y pipes, 940 lbs. at 4c ; 1 
6-in. bend pipe, 295 lbs. at 4c ; 111 ^-in, cast iron plates, 1,221 lbs. at 3c ; 6 iron covers 
for valve pits, 1,289 lbs. at 3c ; 3-in. angle iron, 1,088 lbs. at 3|c. ; 1 hand-power drilling 
machine, $16 ; machine bolts, 25 doz. of 1 in. at 60c, 3 doz. at 65c, 10 doz. of 3 in. at 
65c ; sundry castings, 886 lbs. at 4c ; sundries, $23.37 ; foundry work, 68^ hrs. at 40c, 
47^ hrs. at 35c ; cutting and fitting girders on roof, Sept. 19 to Oct. 25, 624 hrs. at 35c ; 
cartage, $5 

Lewis Bros. & Co., Montreal : pig lead, 569 lbs. at $3.90 ; sundries, $7.52 

Mahoney, Jerry, smith work, $47.25 ; May, Geo., & Sons, 12 roofer's belts, $30 

McAvity, T., & Sons, St. John : lead sash weights, 2,634f lbs. at 7c ; valves, 88 of 1-in.McA. 
angle hvy. at $1.51^, 2 of 3-in. iron body globe at $8.40, 2 of 2-in. brass globe at $4, 2 of 
1^-in. McShane check at $3 20, 50 of J-in. milled head air at 15c, 7 of 2-in. brass peet 
at*$3.m 

McCullough, G. W., cement : 114 brls. of " White Cross" at $2.50, 300 at $2.35 ; 100 brls. of 
' " Durham " at $2.60 . .... 

Odell Bros., 152^ M. of bricks at $7.50 , 

Paquet & Godbout ($12,110)— 

Contract complete to construct steel roof $20,000 ; less paid in 1897-98, page Q— 15, $13,130. 

Additional weight in 34 main trusses, 54,C00 lbs. at 6c 

Contract complete for dormers, window frames, sashes, etc 

Parr, J. A. : 182 lengths of moulding, etc, $64.94 ; sundry, $4.40 ; cartage, 50c 

Pyke, Jas. W., & Co., Montreal : 6-m. soil pipe, 90 ft. at 24c ; 6-in. bends, 8 at 60c 

Robertson, James. Co., Montreal : 2 plain Acme 170 c compt. at $30 ; case and barrels, 80c. 

Robertson, Thos., & Co., Montreal : iron pipe, 7,020 ft. of 1-in. at $3.57, 770^ of 2-in. at 
$8.22, 410* of 2^-in. for $48.17, 185H of 3-in. for $28.53 ; 114 c i. tees and 444 elbows 
for $41.20 

Robillard, Alex., Gloucester, lime, 2,165 bush, at 18c 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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Public Buildings, Ottawa: West Block Beconstructioii— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Stephen Bros. : pure white lead, 500 lbs. at ,"$5.75 ; metallic oxide, 250 lbs. at Oc. ; black paint, 
50 lbs. at 6c. ; boiled oil, 41* galls, at 60c. ; turpentine, 42 galls, at 60c. ; plate glass, 1 
pane 77? x 73f, $30, 4 of 88^ x 27| at $11.50, 5 of 87 x 27 i at $11.50, 2 of 71 x 24£ at $9, 2 of 
72.\x 24^, at $8.75: sundry glass, $33.55 

VeVe, Pierre, sand, 64| yds. at 75c, 97 double loads at $1.50 , 

Wurtele, J. W., & Co. : asbestos wall plaster, 6^ tons of rough at $6.90, 48* at $6.50, 33 at 
sii, 8 of finish at $8 ; pipe covering, 250 ft. of 3-in. at 36c, 250 of 2-in. at 27c ; elbows, 10 
of 3-in. at 36c, 10 of 2-in. at 27c . . 

Freight and express : Can. Express Co., $1.30 ; Can. Atlantic Ry., $36.67 ; C. P. Ry., $41.88 
Dom. Express Co., $5.65 

Steel stamps with crown P. W. D., 1 large, $3.25, 1 small, $1.25 ; 6 lbs. muriatic acid, $2.40 ; 
5 lbs. ammonia, $2.40 ; bottles, 50c ; cartage of 100 brls. of cement, $7.50 , 



Total, carried to Page Q— 2. 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel. 

Shops at Sorel. 



Conductor of works, Simeon Cosky, July- June, 12 m. at $100 

Antaya, J., labour, Apl.-May, 16^ d. at 80c ; Arcand, A., labour, Apl., 1 d. at 80c 

Arbour, F., labour, Mar. -Apl., 35* d. at 80c ;Auger, L., carpenter, Aug. -June, 263J d. at $1.40, 

11* at $1.25 

Aubuehon, A., labour, Nov. -Mar., 100 d. at 80c ; Aussant, J., labour, Oct. -Mar., 57 d. at 

80c, 8Gi at 75c 

Aussant, H., carpenter, Aug. -Mar., 134| d. at $1.40, 551; at $1.25 

Aussant, P., labour, Jan. -Apl., 24^ d. at 80c, 30 at 75c 

Aussant, T., Jan. -May : boilermaker, 11 d. at $1 ; helper, 38 d. at $1 ; labour, 9| d. at 80c 

29* at 75c 

Badeau, H., labour, Jan.-Mar., 37 d. at 80c, 25^ at 75c 

Badeau, Jos., jr., carpenter: July-Feb., 195 d. at $1.25; Mar.-June, 102^ d. at $1.40.. 
Badeau, Jos., sr., carpenter : July-Oct., 98 J d. at $1.25; Nov. -Feb., 87* d. at $1.12| ; Mar.- 
June, 841 rf. at $1.40 

Badeau, Nap., foreman : July-Jan., 190 d. at $3 ; Feb. -June, 5 m. at $90 

Baron, J., labour, Nov.-Mar., 36| d. at 80c, 75* at 75c 

Beaucage, Geo., carpenter : Oct., Mar., 47£ d. at $1.40 ; Nov.-Feb., 91* d. at $1.25 

Beaucage, H., carpenter : Dec -Feb., 60 d. at $1.25 ; Mar., 26| d. at $1.40 

Beaucage, J., bricklayer, Apl., 6| d. at $1.50; Beaucaire, J., bricklayer, June, 4 d. at $1.50. 

Beauchemin, P. : labour, Dec-Mar., 95 d. at 80c ; painter, Apl. -June, 73* d. at $1.20 

Beaudry, L., borer : July-Feb., 19 d. at 90c, 162£ at $1 ; Mar. -Apl., 3l£ d. at $1.20 

Beaulac, A., labour, July, May-June, 55 d. at 80c 

Beaulac, H., labour, July-May, 253f d. at 80c. ; helper, May- June, 46 d. at $1 

Beaulac, J., carpenter : July-Nov., Mar.-June, 234| d. at $1.40 ; Dec. -Feb., 49 d. at $1.25. . . 
Beaulac, Louis, jr., carpenter : July-Oct., 99* d. at $1 ; Nov.-Feb., 95| d. at 90c ; Mar. -Apl., 

31H. at $1.25 

Beaulac, Loms, sr., carpenter, July- Apl., 128f d. at $1.50, 97* at $1.35 

Beaulac, P., helper, Dec. -Mar., 15* d. at $1, 51 at 90c ; Befort, F., drill, Aug. -June, 236| d. 

at $1.25 r - 

Belaire, Adel, carpenter, Aug. -June, 217| d. at $1.40, 48^ at $1.25 

Belaire, Alph., carpenter, July- June, 187f d. at $1.40, 91^ at $1.25 

Belaire, Edmund, carpenter, Aug.-June, 246| d. at $1.40, 21| at $1.25 

Belaire, Eusebe, carpenter, July-June, 208 d. at $1.40, 90 at $1.25 

Beluire, F., boilermaker, Dec-Mar., 12 d. at $1.25, 47 at $1.12* 

Belaire, Geo., carpenter, Jan.-Mar., 24| d. at $1.40, 35 at $1.25 

Beland, P., helper, Oct. -Mar., 88 d. at $1, 60 at 90c 

Belisle, A., helper : Dec-Apl., 114^ d. at $1 ; May-June, 49^ d. at $1.30 

Beliveau, John, carpenter : Aug. -Oct., Mar., 91^ d. at $1.40 : Nov. Feb., 98 d. at $1.25 

Beliveau, Joseph, caulker : Dec-Feb., 63| d. at $1.15 ; Mar. -Apl., 49| d. at $1.30 

Beliveau, Ls., labourer, Jan. -Apl., 48f d. at 80c, 28f at 75c; Bellrose, E., helper, 36 d. at $1 
Bellefeuille, L., rivet heater, Sept. -Mar., 49 d. at 60c, 25| d. at 55c 
Bellrose, J. O., fitter, Jan.-Mar., 41* d. at $2 ; Benoit, H.,ls 

29.^ at 75c 

Bellrose, Rene : July-Aug., drill, 58£ d. at $1.50 ; fitter, Sept. -June, 257| d. at $1.50 

Benoit, Nap., helper : Jan., 7f d. at 90c ; Jan. -May, 96 d. at $1 

Benoit, T., carpenter : July-Oct., Mar.-June, 167 d. at $1.40 ; Nov.-Feb., 89 d. at $1.25 

Berard, Chas., labourer : Oct. -Mar., 55^ d. at 80c, 79 at 75c 

Berard, Jos., carpenter : July-Oct., Mar.-June, 199^ d. at $1.40 ; Nov.-Feb., 87| d. at $1.25. 
Berard, Z., labour, Nov.-Mar., 103 d. at 80c; Berthiaume, J., labour, Dec. -Mar., 24| d. at 

80c, 37* at 75c 

Bergeron, Nap., caulker: July-Oct., Mar.-June, 200* d. at $1.30 ; Nov.-Feb, 90 d. at $1.15. 
Berthiaume, Nap., carpenter : July-Oct., Mar.-June, 212! d. at $1.40; Nov.-Feb., 92* d. at $1.25 



41i d. at $2 ; Benoit, H., labourer, Jan.-Mar., 33^d. at 80c, 



1— 2q 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Shops at Sorel — Continued. 

Berthiaume, X., labour, Nov.-Mar., 118£ d. at 80c; Blais, H., labour, July-Sept., 51 d. at 80c 

Blais, Z., labour, 4 d. at 75c; Blette, A., labour, July-Mar., 33 d. at 80c, 25 at 75c 

Blette. Paul, labour, 100^ d. at 80c; Blette, Philip, helper, Dec-Mar., 5£ d. at $1, 57|at90c 

Bonin, J. Bte.: labour, July-Sept., 71 d. at 80c; helper, Oct. -June, 25H d. at $1 

Bonin, Ls.: carpenter, Nov. -Jan., 52$ d. at $1.25; pattern maker, Feb. -June, 112^ d. at $1.40 

stuffer, June, 17 d. at $2 

Boisvert, Jos., boilermaker, Jan. -Mar., 4 d. at $1.50, 42* at $1.35 

Bouchard, B., carpenter: July-Oct., Mar., 109| d. at $1.40; Nov.-Feb., 74| d. at $1.25 

Bouchard, P., bksm. -helper, July-Dec, 150 d. at $1; blacksmith, Jan. -June, 161 d. at $1.20 

Boucher, Alex., helper, Dec. -Feb., 52* d. at 90c; Dec, Mar., 29| d. at $1 

Boucher, Arthur, helper : Oct. -June, 125| d. at $1 ; Dec. -Feb., 57 d. at : 0c 

Boucher, Geo., fitter, July-June, 264^ d. at $2 

Boucher, Godfroi, blacksmith, July- June, 299* d. at $1.50 

Boucher, P., helper, Aug. -Sept., 39* d. at $1; boilermaker, Oct.-Apl., 91| d. at $1.25, 57| at 



$1.1: 



Bourdelais, E., helper, U d. at$l ; Bourgeault, J., labour, Oct.-Mar., 33^ d. at 80c, 66£at75e 
Braconnier, H., rivet heater, 4* d. at 00c; Braconnier, J., boilermaker, July-June, 331 d. at 



82.50. 



Brault, Ed., labour : Nov.-Feb., 70* d. at 75c; Feb.-Mar., 34f d. at 80c , 

Brault, S., boilermaker : July-June, 161^ d. at $1.25, 58 at $1.12j, 77i at $1 

Brouillet, J., labour, July-Oct., 82| d. at 80c; Brunette, P., blacksmith, Dec. -June, 105 d 

at $2 

Brunette, L.: rivet heater, Feb.-Apl., 40 d. at 60c, 25 at 55c; helper, May-June, 40£d. at$l 
Caplette, D., helper, July-June, 306|d. at$1.30 ; Cardin, A., labour, Nov.-May, 137^d. at80c 

Cardin, D., helper : Aug.-Dec, Mar., 89^ d. at $1 ; Dec. -Feb., 61 d. at 90c 

Cardin, Nap., carpenter, Aug. -June, 123| d. at $1.40, 82 at $1.25 

Cardin, Narcisse, carpenter, July-Mar., 95^ d. at $1.40, 90£ at $1.25 

Cardin, Paul. Dec.-Apl.: watchman. 9 d. at $1.25 : labourer, 45j d. at 80c, 44 at 75c 

Carpentier, Chas., boilermaker. July-June, 244* d. at $1.75, 58 at $1.60 

Carpentier, Ed., helper, Nov.-Mar., 37 d. at $1, 43f at 90c 

Carpentier, Nap., plumber, /June, 7£ d. at $1.50 ; Casaubon. W. N., fitter, 12 m., 301$ d. at $1.25 

Carleton, F.: boilermaker, July-Aug., 32 d. at $1 ; helper, Sept. -June, 224 d. at $1 

Cantara, Aug., Aug. -June : boilermaker, 109$- d. at $1.25 ; B.S. helper, 174£ d. at $1.40.. . 

Cayer, Ad el, labour : July-Oct., Feb.-Mar., 106f d. at 80c; Nov.-Feb., 79| d. at 75c 

Champagne, Alfred, boilermaker, July-June, 217 d. at $1.25, 57| at $1.12^ 

Champagne, Arthur, Aug. -Mar.: helper, 128^ d. at $1, 61 at 90c; back wages, $8.50 

Champagne, O, carpenter, July-June, 191f d. at $1.40, 78| at $1.25 

Champagne, Desire, storekeeper, July- June, 12 in. at $50 

Champagne, Elie, labourer, Nov.-Mar., 37i d. at 80c, 70 at 75c 

Champagne, Jos., jr., labourer, Nov.-Mar., 37^ d. at 80c, 71 at 75c 

Champagne, Jos., sr., labourer, July -June, 201 d. at 80c, 77* at 75c 

Champagne, Oscar, July- June : borer, 96 d. at $1.20, 128 at $1, 70^ at 90c 



Champagne, Pierre, jr., labourer, Aug. -June, 193^ d. at 80c, 86| at 75c 

Champagne, P. R., labourer, July- June, 226^ d. at 80c, 88^ at 75c 

Champagne, S., boilermaker, Aug. -June : 5(5| d. at $1.60, 139^ at $1.75, 40^ at $1.50. 

Champagne, Thos., watchman, July- June, 357 d. at $1,25 

Champagne Zenon, labour, Feb.-Apl., 50| d. at 80c; Charbonneau, W., fitter, Dec. -Mar., 64 

d. at $1.25 

Chapdelaine, Jos.: carp., Aug. -Oct., 73 d. at -$1.40 ; helper, Jan. -Feb., 39* d. at $1 

Chapdelaine, Jos.: helper, Dec-Mar., 28 d. at $1 ; labour, July-Oct., 98| d. at 80c 

Charbonneau, F. X., carpenter, July-Jan.. June, 128* d. at $1.25, 66f at $1.12^ 

Charbonneau, P., labourer, July-May, 248^ d. at 80c 

Charron, Noe, labourer, Nov.-Mar., 21 d. at 80c, 75£ at 75c 

Chasse, B., b. m. helper, 3| d. at $1 ; Chateauvert, S., blacksmith, 12 m., 305£ d. at $2.75. . . 

Chevalier, A,, borer, Dec-Mar., 6| d. at $1, 53 at 90c 

Chevalier, Henry, labour, Nov.-Jan., 71|d. at 75c; Chevalier, Honore, labour, 34| d. at 80c, 

• 12^at75c 

Chevalier, Jean-Bte., helper, Aug. -June, 182^ d. at $1, 50 at 90c; labour, July-Aug., 36£ 

d. at 80c 

Chevalier, Nap., labourer, July-May, 177* d. at 80c, 86^ at 75c 

Chevalier, Pierre, b. s. helper, July- June, 305| at $1 . 20 

Chevalier, Pierre, helper, Dec- April, 63f d. at $1, 53| at 90c 

Chevrier, D., labour, Aug. Sept., 27$ d. at 80c; Clement, Albert, carp,, Aug.- June, 174 d. 

at $1 .25, 88* at $1 .12* 

Chevrier, T., carpenter, Aug.-Mar., 26| d. at $1.40, 123 at $1.25, 24 at $1 12£, 24 at $1. . . . 

Chiquette, Ls., carpenter, July- Sept., Dec, Feb- June, 158^ d. at $1.20, 18^ at $1.10 

Clement, Aldric, carpenter. July-June, 214 d. at $1.40, 98 at $1.25 

Clement, Ed., boilermaker, July-June, 179^ d. at $1 .25, 56| at $1 . 12|, 24 at $1 

Coderre, Jos., labourer, Dec-Mar., 30| d. at 80c, 44 at 75c 

Collette, Jos., Jan. Apl : painter, 16 d. at $1.20 ; labourer, 43| d. at 80c, 19 at 75c 

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Comtois, Edw., carpenter, July- June, 208 \ d. at $1.40, 96$ at $1.25 

Comtois, John, boilermaker, Jan. -April, 61 d. at $1 . 25 

Comtcis, Noe, helper, Jan.-Mar., 26 d. at $1, 40 at 90c 

Coskery, Nap., rivet heater, Nov.-June, 199 d. at 60c 

Cosky, Ls., patternmaker, ,1 uly-June, 2964 d. at $2 

Cote, A., boilermaker, Jan.-Feb., 35 d. at $1.12J ; Cote, Wm, plumber, June, 1\ d. at $2.50. 
Coce, Alfred, labour, Dec. -Mar., 93 d. at 80c: Cournoyer, B., labour, Aug.-June, 178 d. 

at 80c, 82^ d. at 75c 

Courchene, A., July- June : bolt cutter, llli d. at $1 ; labour, 166| d. at 80c 

Courchene, T., carpenter, July- June, 2074 d. at $1.40, 97f at $1.25 

Courchene, U., carpenter, July- May, 165f d. at $1.40, 87 at $1.25 

Cournoyer, A., caulker, Aug.-June, 104 d. at $1.30, 69 at $1.15 

Cournoyer, Chas., July- June : carter, 10 d. at $1 .80 ; labour, 211f d. at 80c, 674 at 75c 

Cournoyer, J.-Bte., July- June : boilermaker, 51 d. at $1.25, 52|at$l ; helper, 146| d. at $1, 

52 at 90c 

Cournoyer, Jos., July-June : painter, 53 d. at $1.20 ; labour, 111 d. at 80c, 66 at 75c 

Cournoyer, Ls., labourer, Nov.-Mar., 37i d. at 80c, 72^ at 75c 

Cournoyer, M., labourer, July-Oct., 594 d. at 80c 

Narcisse, carpenter, July- June, 187i d. at $1 . 50, 98 at $1 . 35 

Narcisse, jr., labourer, July-Mar., 85f d. at 80c, 65f at 75c 

Narcisse, sr., labourer, Aug.-June, 199f d. at 80c, 83 at 75c 



Cournoyer 
Cournoyer, 
Cournoyer. 
Cournoyer, P., coaling. If d. at $1 ; Cournoyer, Pierre, labour, 219£ d. at 80c, 84 at 75c. 



T., Nov-Mar.: borer, 5 d. at $1, 65 at 90c; labourer, 8 d. at 90c 
Bte., boilermaker : Dec- Feb., 46 d. at $1.12| ; Mar. -June, 1024, d. at $1.25. . . 
labour, July-Sept., 56t4 d. at 80c ; Dauphinais, N., labour, 109 d. at $1.10, 



, Nov.-June : helper, 174 d. at $1 ; labourer, 7| d. at 80c 

•Bte., carpenter, July- June, 235f d. at $1 . 40, 73| at $1 . 25 

labour, Nov.-Mar., 105 d. at 80c ; Davignon, Jos., helper, 1\ 



d. at $1, 



Cournoyer 
Couture, J 
Daigle, A. 

37 at si . . 
Dauphinais, A 
Dauphinais, J. 
Davignon, A., 

5U at 90c 
DeBlois, Jos., jr., July-June : boilermaker, 96£ d. at $1.25, 58 at $1,124; helper, 89^ d. at 

81 ; labourer, 30 d. at 80c 

DeBlois, Jos., sr., July-June : helper, 704 d. at $1 ; labourer, 123 d. at 80c, 85f at 75c 

DeBlois, M., boilermaker, Nov.-June, 116fd. at $1.25, 56 at $1.12^ 

deGrosbois, T., fitter : Aug. -Jan., 130^ d. at $1.25 ; Feb.-June, 117$ at $1 50 

DeGuise, O., bricklayer. 2 d. at $2 : Denis, Adel, labourer, Nov.-June, 198| d. at 80c 

Denis, Arthur, boilermaker, July- Mar., 1164 d. at $1.25, 58 at $1,124, 11 at $1 

Denis, Cha<. jr., helper : Jan.-Feb., 25£ d. at 90c; March, 25 d. at $1. 

Denis, Chas., sr., boilermaker, July- June, 188| d. at $1.50, 58 at $1.35 

Denis, F., helper, Jan.- April, 904 d. at $1, 7| d. at 90c ; Dessert, L., rivet heater, 

26| d. at 60c 

Denis, H., July-June : boilermaker, 202£ d. at $1.50, 544 at $1.35 ; helper, 5 d. at 60c 

Denis, John, July-June: boilermaker, 114 d. at $1.25, 57 at $1,124, 35^ at $1; helper, 

744 d. at $1 

Denis, Joseph, carpenter, Aug.-June, 229J d. at $1 40, 50 at $1.25 

Denis, O., boilermaker : Jan.-Feb., 42^ d. at $1,124 ; Mar.-June, 974 d. at $1.25 

Desjardins, Ed., helper : Dec. -Feb., 55 d. at 90c.; March, 10 d. at $1 

Deslauriers, Jos., labourer, Nov.-Mar., 116 d. at 80c ; Desnoye, F., carp., 26^ d. at $1.40, 

79 at $1.25 : , 

Douane, A., helper, Nov.-Mar., 32| d. at $1, 49 at 90c 

Drolet, E., carpenter, July-June, 208 d. at $1.40, 100^ at $1.25 

Drolet, Jos., carpenter, July- June, 209J d. at $1.40, 101 at $1.25 

Dubeault, N., carpenter, Oct. -Mar., June, 65 d. at $1.40, 97| at $1.25 

Dubois, A., painter, Aug.-June, 77£ d. at $1 .20, lOOf at $1, 94 at 90c 

Dubois, Pierre, painter, Nov.-Mar., 334 d. at $1, 57^ at 90c 

Ducharme, Alexis, B. S. helper, July-June, 317^ d. at $1 

Ducharme, Alex., rivet heater, Nov. -Dec, 94 d. at 60c, 5 at 55c, 1\ at 40c 

Ducharme, Alfred, July- June : painter, 58fd. at $1.20 ; borer, 17 d. at $1 ; helper, 86f d. 

at $1, 84i at 90c ; labourer, 56 d. at 80c 

Ducharme, C, labourer, Nov.-Mar., June, 394, d. at 80c, 67 at 75c 

Ducharme, Ed., July-June : helper, 2074 d. at $1 ; labourer, 37f d. at 80c 

Ducharme, Geo., boilermaker, Dec-Mar", 31^ d. at $1.25, 57 at $1.12^ 

Ducharme, Wm., painter, July-Oct., April-June, 184 d. at $1.50 ; Nov.-Dec, 34f d. at $1.35 

Dulac, Arsene, Sept. -June : carpenter, 88 d. at 80c, 784, at 75c; labourer, 34| d. at 80c 

Duke. Aristide, sr., carpenter, July- June, 166 d. at $1.50, 85 at $1.35 

Dulac Aristide, jr., labourer, Dec. -Mar., 354, d. at 80c, 534 at 75c 

Dumas, A., rivet heater, 234 d. at 60c ; Dumas, W., jr., fitter, July-June, 276| d. at $1.15. . 

Dumas, L., boilermaker, July-May, 1324 d. at $1 . 50, 51 at $1 . 35 

Dumas, Nap., rivet heater, Aug.- June, 201^ d. at 60c, 57^ at 55c 

Dumas, Wm., sr., fitter, July-June, 296^ d. at $2 



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Shops at Sorel— Continued. 

Durand, Ed., carter, July-June, 999 days of horses and carts at $1.50 

Durand, H., July-June : helper, 158J d. at $1, 56 at 90c; labourer, 78 d. at 80c 

Dupre, D., labourer, Aug. -June, 187i d. at 80c. 84 at 75c 

Ellenburgh, P., boilermaker, 7h d. at $1.25 ; Ethier, P., helper, Oct. -Mar., 69 d. at $1, 59h 

at 90c , 

Emery, H.: carpenter, July- Jan. 15, 147 d. at $1 .50 ; clerk, Jan. 15 to June 30, 5h m. at $60., 

Ethier, R.: boilermaker, June, 10£ d. at $L ; fitter, Aug. -Dec, 10f d. at $1.25 

Flamand, A., bricklayer, Dec- Feb., 9£ d. at $2 . 50, 25 \ at $2 . 25 

Flamand, Jos., labourer, Dec. -Feb., 9£d. at 80c., 26 at 75c 

Forcier, J., caulker : Jan.-Feb., 37 d. at $1.15 ; Mar. -June, 98f d. at $1.30 

Foamier, O., carpenter, Aug. -June, 184| d. at $1.40, 91 \ at $1.25 

Gaboury, H. , carpenter, July-June, 207| d. at $1 . 40, 97 at $1 . 25 

Gagne, Achille, carpenter, Sept. -Mar., 69f d. at $1 . 40, 78 at $1 . 25 

Gagne, Arthur, carpenter, July- June, 192 d. at $1 . 40, 90i at $1 . 25 

Gagne, Philippe, jr., carpenter, July- June, 218J d. at $1 . 40, 51 at $1 .25 ... 

Gagne, Philippe, sr., carpenter, Aug. -Mar., June, 141^ d. at $1.40, 55 at $1.25 

Galloux, A., Aug. -Mar.: labourer, 88 d. at 80c, 55J at 75c; rivet heater, 41| d. at 60c .... 

Galloux, Chas., boilermaker, Aug. -June, 195 d. at $1.25, 39§ at $1.12| 

Gaucher, O., labourer, Dec. -April, 58| d. at 80c, 474 at 75c 

Gauthier, Albert, rivet heater, 44 d. at 60c; Gauthier, T., rivet heater, 13i d. at 55c 

Gauthier, Alfred, carpenter, July-June, 204* d. at $1.40, 9H at $1.25. ... T 

Gauthier, Arthur, boilermaker, July-June, 211| d. at $1.25, 58i at $1.12^ 10£ at $1 

Gauthier, Edward, steamfitter : Juiy, 29i d. at $1.25 ; Aug. -June, 265| d. at $1.50 

Gauthier, Edw., carpenter, Aug.-Sept., 38 d. at $1 .25 

Gauthier, Edouard, labourer, Aug.-Sept., Nov. -Mar., 93 d. at 80c, 60^ at 75c 

Gauthier, H., carpenter, July- June, 205^ d. at $1.25, 96^ at $1.12^ 

Gauthier, Jos., pattern maker : July-No v., 122| d. at $1.25 ; Dec. -June, 171 d. at $1.40. . . , 

Gauthier, Phil., helper, July- June, 219| d. at $1, 59§ at 90c 

Gauthier, Pierre, carpenter, July- June, 199 d. at $1 . 40, 96 at $1 . 25 

Gauthier, Z., carpenter, July- June, 205| d. at $1.40, 95| at $1 .25. ... 

Gelinas, J. C., Nov. -June: electrician, 160i d. at $1.25; fitter, 49 d. at $1.25 ; back wages 

$9.37 " 

Gendron, Alex., foreman, July-June, 223 d. at $1.50, 87| at $1.35 

Gendron, Arthur, labourer, July-June, 215^ d. at 80c, 85^ at 75c 

Gendron, Chas., carpenter, Dec-April, 28 d. at $1.40, 60i at $1.25 

Gendron, F., boilermaker, Aug. -June, 188£ d. at $1 . 50, 48 at $1 . 35 

Gendron, Jos., helper, Dec-Mar., 27j d. at $1, 49| at 90c . 

Gendron, L., c lrpenter, July- June, 190 d. at $1 . 40, 83 at $1 . 25 

Gervais, M., helper, Dec -May, 94^ d. at $1 ; Gervais, T., helper, 27 d. at $1, 30^ at 90c 

Gill, G., carpenter : Jan.-Feb., 42 d. at $1.25 ; March, 26£ d. at $1.40 

Girard, A., boilermaker : July-Aug., 25£ d. at $1 .25; Jan., 10i d. at $1 ,12i 

Girard, Jos., boilermaker ; July-Sept., 67 d. at $1.50 ; Oct. -June, 146^ d. at $1.75, 55^ at $1.60 

Gobeil, Arthur, asst. clerk, Dec -April, 80^ d. at $1 

Godin, H., helper, Dec-Mar., 119| d. at $1 ; Goudreau, A., labourer, 3^ d. at 80c 

Godin, Jos., July-June: painter, 40 d. at $1.20 ; labourer, 148i d. at 80c, 75^ at 75c 

Godin, L., boilermaker, Nov.- June, \2\\ d. at $1.25, 52 at $1.12^ 

Godin, N., Nov. -Feb. : boilermaker, 36i d. at $1 ; helper, 32^ d. at $1. 60 at 90c 

Godin, R., carpenter, Jan. -April, 50^ d. at $1 .25, 36i d. at $1.12^ 

Gouin, P., helper, Aug.-June, 202 d. at $1, 61 at 900^ : 

Goulet, R., rivet-heater, June, 23J d. at 60c 

( rrenier, Jos., carpenter, Aug.-June, 165 d. at $1.25, 79 at $1.12^ 

Grenier, O., carpenter : July- Oct., Mar. -June, 199 d. at $1.25 ; Nov. -Feb., 89i d. at $1 12J. 
Grimard, A., July-June : painter, 51 \ d. at $1.20 ; labourer, 140J at 80c, 82| at 75c 



Grimard, P., painter : July- Oct., April- June, 147f d. at $1.50 ; Nov. -Dec, 31| d. at $1.35. . 

Groleau, G. , labourer, July-June, 217 d. at 80c, 85 at 75c 

Grondines, Chas., caulker : July-Oct., Mar. -June, 206i d. at $1.30; Nov.-Feb., 96i d. at 

si.15 : ... 

Grondines, T., helper, July-June, 215£ d. at $1, 61 at 90c 

Guertin, Chas., July June : watchman, 47 d. at $1.25 ; helper, 42 d. at $1 ; laborer, 148| d. 

at 80c, 71 d. at 75c 

Guertin, Oct., labourer, July-Sept., 83| d. at 80c ; helper, 223^ cl. at $1 

Guertin, Z., boilermaker, July-Aug., 33 d. at$l ; helper, Sept. -June, 181|d. at $1, 58 at 90c 
Guevrcmont, J. Bte., July-Nov., June: painter, 76| d. at $1 ; labourer, 48£ d. at 80c, 6 at 

75c 

Guevremont, Jos., helper, July-April, 244^ d. at $1.30 

Guilbault, Adel, July-June : thatcher, 10 d. at $1.25 ; boilermaker, 149| d. at $1 .25 ; helper, 

69fd. at$l 

Guilbault, Adel, carpenter, Sept. -Mar., 51f d. at $1 .40, 84f at $1.25 

Guilbault, Albert, Jan. -Mar. : carpenter, 9.^ d. at $1.25, 22^ d. at $1.12|; labourer, 14 d. 

at 75c ... 



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Guilbault, Alfred, helper, Nov. -June, 47 d. at $1, 424 at 90c 

Guilbault Arthur, thatcher, July- Aug., 10 d. at $1.25 ; helper," Aug.- Dec, Mar. -April 'l351 

Guilbault, Delpliis, bricklayer, April- June, 24} d. at $2.50. 

Guilbault, Etmle. fitter, July- June, 310) d. at $1.75 "" 

Guilbault, H., carpenter, Aug, -June, 177| d. at $1.40, 964 d. $1 25 

Gui ban t, Jos. : thatcher, July-Aug., 10 d. at $1.25 ; helper, Aug. -June, 200| d.'at $i" ' 

Guilbault, Jos., boilermaker, Oct. -June, 160 d. at $1.25, 60 at $1 124 

Guilbault, Louis, bricklayer, April-June, 22A d. at $2 

Hamel, K, caulker : July-Oct. Mar. -June, "207* d, at $1.30;' Nov. -Feb., 72* at $l.'l5 

Harpm, P., boilermaker, July-June, 201| a. at $1.25, 54± at $1,124, 254 at $1 

Haydeu, J., helper, Oct. -Mar., May -June, 131f d. at $1, 58 at 90c" ~ 

Heroux, R, labour, J uly-Sept., 604 d. at 80c. ; Heroux, M., labour, Aug. -Sept., *414 d at 80c 

geroiix, Honore, helper, Oct. -April, 98} d. at $1, 54 at 90c 2 

Huard, R., Carpenter, July- June, 210} d. at $1.40, 85} at $1 25 " ' 

Hurteau, Adel., labourer, July-June, 2144 d. at 80c, 85} at 75c 

Hurteau, Arthur, B. S., helper, 29 d. at $1 ; Hurteau, P., labour, July-Oct. ,' 571 d.'at 80c ' ' 

Hurteau, L Oct -June : boilermaker, 1124 at $1.25, 60 at $1.12* ; helper. 41 d.*at $1. 

Jean Marie, Adel., July- June, caulker, 15Zf d. at $1 . 30. 74 at $1 15 

.lean MLarie, Edou., boilermaker, Oct.- April, 88} d. at $1.25, 58 at $i 124 

Jean Marie, I. X boilermaker : Feb., Sh d. at $1,12$ ; Mar., 5 d. at $1" 25 

Jean Mane, T., labourer, Nov. -Mar., 624, d. at 80c, 574 at 75c 

Jo y, Adolphe labour, 2i d at 80c ; Joly, Francois (St. Joseph) labour, 264/d.' at' 80c 

Joy, Alex., labourer, July- June, 191} d. at, 80c, 71 at 75c 

Joy, Cyrille, labourer : July-Oct., 764 d. at 80c ; Nov.-I tec, 134 d at 75c 
Joy, Francois (Sorel) July-June : painter, 58} d. at $1.20 : labour, 212} at 80c 
Joly, H., helper, July- June 300i d. at $1.35 ; Joly, O., blacksmith, July-Jun 
Jo y, Jean Btc, labourer, Oct.-Mar., 584 d. at 80c, 87} at 75c. 
Joly, N. : labourer, July-Aug., (51 d. at 80c ; helper, Sept.-Jum 
Joly, O., labourer, July-Mar., 96 d. at 80c, 70} at 75c 
Joly, Pacnce, labourer, July-April, 155} d. at 80c 85g at 75o" 
Joly, Prosper carpenter, Jan.-Mar., 23f d. at $1. 10, 374 at $1.25 ' 
Joubert, Adol., helper, 19 d. at $1 ; Joubert, Alex., helper, Mar. 

39r, at 90c 

Joubert, Jos., labourer, Jan. -April,' 43f d. at 80c," 304 at 75c 

Joubert X., labourer, July-Aug., Oct.-Mar., 61| d. at 80c. 92 at 75c" 
Julien, 1., carpenter. July- June, 197 ri. at $1.40, 914 at $1 25 
Kane, F., rivet-heater, Nov.-June, 97| d. at 60c, 53A at 55c, 74 at 40c 
Kane, James, helper, Nov. -Mar., 414 d. at $1, 72^ at 90c 

Kane, John, helper, Aug. -June, 207}T d. at $1, 54} at 90c 

Kane, Joseph, helper, Nov. -Mar., 40} d. at $1, 71 at 90c 

Kane, Win., July-June: boilermaker, 166} d. at $1 25 

d. at $1 

Labossi^re, A., labourer, Jan.- June, 114} d.'at 80c. , 32 at 75c 
Labossiere, Chas., carpenter : July-Oct., 106 d. at $1 40 • No 
73 d. at $1.35 ; Mar.- June, 101} d. at $1.50. 

Lacomte, Louis, helper-: Dec-Feb., 58g d. at 90c-. ; Mar., 194 d. at'$l 

at 80c ' July " June: "vet-heater, 13J d. at 75c.; 132} at ' 60c;' labourer, 142 a d 



86 at 75c... 
293^ d. at $2. 



214 d. at $1, 60} d. at 90c. 



274 d- at $1, Jan.-Feb. 



57 at $1.12i 27} at $1 ; helper, 57| 



24id. at $1.25; Dec-Feb. 



Ladebauche, Arthur, pumper, July- June, 3094, d. at $1 50 

Ladebauche, Benj., foreman, Nov. -Mar., 36} d. at $1.50, 43 at $1 35 ' ' 
Ladebauche, Emile, fitter, Dec-Mar.. 75 d. at $2 ; Ladebauche, L., labour, Feb' 
at oUc 



Mar., 33^ d. 



Laflainme, J., blacksmith, Mar. -June, 103 d. at $1 25 " ' 

Lafontaine, S., labourer, Jan.-Apl., 47} d. at 80c, 24} at 75c 

Laforge, An r., rivet-heater, Aug. -June, 188 d. at 00c, 29g at 55c 

Laforge, telix, boilermaker, July- June, 2344 d. at $1.25, 60 at $l' 124c' ' ' 

Laforge, Jos., carpenter, Aug.-Mar., 80} d. at $1.25, 70| at $1 124c " ' 

^$l.'iT JUU " Caulker: 'W-Oct., Mar-June, 157} d. at §1.30; Nov. -Feb!, " g^d 

Laforest, Jos. sen., caulker :' July-Oct.,' 904 d'. at $1.30;' Nov. -Feb.',' 54} d.' at'$l 15 

Lafreni|re, A., Dec -June, painter : 47 d. at $1.20 ; labourer, 62| d at 80c 484 at 75c ' 

La reniere, B boilermaker, July-June, 237| d. at $1.25, 59 at $1,124 ' " 

Laheniere, E., labourer, April -June, 674 d. at 80c 



Lafreniere, Oct , painter, July- June,' 212} d.'at $1.20,' 98 at $1 10 

Lagace, D., bolt-cutter, July-June, 312£ d. at $1 20 

Lamontagne, N., jun., boilermaker, Dec-April, 40 d. at $L25,' 46| at Si 

Lamontagne, N. Ben., boilermaker, Dec-April, 39 d. at $1.25 49 at $1 12? 

jT'l^ w' boi 1 le ™ lakep . Aug. -April, 132| d. at $1.25, m a $1 124. " 

Lamothe, Wm., labourer : July- Nov., 132 d. at 80c; helper, Dec. -June 167 d at' $i ' 



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$ cts. 
57,622 02 

85 25 

147 75 
60 02 
542 91 
369 40 
273 25 
267 47 
45 00 
352 48 
338 99 
L83 95 
81 60 
1 16 85 
400 90 
235 53 
74 80 
249 11 
290 14 
175 54 
15 81 
93 12 
22 80 
206 23 
71 32 
304 19 
992 66 
112 23 
• 317 02 
129 48 
188 50 
80 12 

82 05 
57 87 

118 39 

390 16 
91 06 

106 75 

256 07 

104 15 

356 91 

115 39 

429 43 
72 37 

203 86 
464 25 
112 42 

177 00 

128 74 
55 99 

129 16 
360 59 
187 38 

299 28 

180 03 
142 97 
303 53 
54 00 
302 50 
375 30 
102 59 
104 42 
235 91 
272 60 



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63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Shops at Sorcl — Continued. 

Lamoureux, A., helper, Oct. -June, 187| d. at $1, 16| at 90c 

Lamoureux, N. : helper, July-June, 275| d. at SI ; painter, April, 6^ d. at $1.20 

Lamoureux, N., blacksmith, July-June, 146^ d. at $1.50, 171 at $1.25 

Lamoureux, O., boilermaker, JiJy-June, 237 i d. at $1.25, 60 at $1.12i 

Lanciault, F., carpenter, Aug.-Mar., 99£ d. at $1.40, 98^ at $1.25 . . . . 

Lanctot, P., helper, Aug. -June, 280£ d. at $1 

Lange, Felix : borer, July-Oct., 10U d. at $1 ; Nov. -Feb., 93 d. at 90c; Mar.- June, 103 d. 

at $1.20 - 

Lange, Jos., watchman, July-June, 307 d. at $1 . 25 

Langlade, A., fitter, Aug. -June, 278| d. at $2 

Langlade, Joseph, carpenter: July-Oct., Mar. -June, 192 d. at $1.40; Nov.-Feb., 69^ d. 

at $1 . 25 

Langlade, M., caulker : Jan. -Feb., 36£ d. at $1.15 ; Mar.- June, 99i d. at $1.30 

Langlade, N., helper : Aug. -Dec, 215£ d. at $1 ; Dec. -Feb., 57^ d. at 90c. 

Langlois, Geo., boilermaker, Aug.-Oct., 40| d. at $1.25 

Laperle, A., carpenter : Aug.-Oct., Mar. -June, 166f d. at $1.25 ; Nov.-Feb., 92^ d. at $1.12^ 

Laperle, P., rivet-heater, Aug.-June, 204 d. at 60c, 60| at 55c 

Laperriere, A., labour, 4 d. at 90c; Laplante, A., jun., labour, July-Sept., 63 d. at 80c 

Laplante, A., sen.: boilermaker, July, 17^ d.at $1 ; helper, Aug. -Sept., 34^ d. at $1 



Laroche, N., labour, Juiy-Nov., 79^ d. at 80c 



-June, 93 d. at $1.40 

1. at $1.12* ; labour, Jan., 14 d 



Laprade, P., carter, 2 d. at $2, If at $1.80 

15 at 75c 

Lariviere, P., carpenter : Nov.-Feb., 97| d. at $1.25 ; Mar. 
Laroche, John: carpenter, Mar., 18| d. at $1.25 ; Feb., 24 

at 75c 
Larrossee, P., carpenter ': Jan. -Feb.', 28| d.at '$i.V2h ; Mar., 254 d. at $1.25! ... '. ........ '. 

La tour D., rivet-heater, Nov. -Mar., 33^ d. at 60c, 54j at 55c, 6h at 40c 

Latra verse, R., carpenter, Aug.-June, I59i d. at $1-25, 9R at $1 . 12i 

Lavallee, Adel., fitter, July- June, 270^ d. at $1 . 50 . 

Lavallee. Albert, labour, Dec. -Mar., 91^ d. at 80c; Lavallee, A.L., helper, Mar, 25 d. at $1. 

Lavallee, Afred, labourer, July-Sept., 56^ d, at 80c - 

Lavallee, Alphonse : painter, April June, 55* d. at $1.20 ; helper, Jan. -Mar., 64 d. at $1.. . 

Lavallee, Arthur, helper, Oct.-May, 91g d. at $1, 58^ at 90c 

Lavallee, Arthur, labourer, Feb.-April, 62$ d. at 80c, 12^ at 75c 

Lavallee, Chas., fireman, July- June, 391 d. at $1 .20 

Lavallee, Euclide, Nov.-June : boilermaker, 109 d. at $1.25, 53| at $1.12^ ; helper, 25^ d. at $1 

Lavallee, Ferd., carpenter, Nov.- Mar. , 13| d. at $1 . 10, 88f d. "at $1 

Lavallee, Jean Bte., carpenter, July- June, 201f d. at $1 .40, 93| at $1.25 

Lavallee, John B., Jan.-April : painter, 10 d. at $1.20 ; labour, 39^ d. at 80c, 19^ at 75c 

Lavallee, Jos., helper, Nov.-June, 121| d. at $1, 50 at 90c 

Lavallee, Jos., jun., labourer, May-June, 34|| d. at 80c; Lavallee, H., helper, June, 25* d. 

at $1 . 

Lavallee, Jos., fils Henri, labourer, Jan. -Mar., 31f d. at 80c ; 3l'i at 75c 

Lavallee, Louis, carpenter : Dec -Feb., 55^ d. at $1.25 ; Mar., 22| d. at $1.40 

Lavallee, Louis, boilermaker : Dec. -Feb., 57 d. at $1.12* ; Mar. -April, 23f d. at $1.25 

Lavallee, M., July-June : pumper, 31 d. at $1 ; labourer, 166 d. at $1, 170 at 80c 

Lavallee, Nap., July-June : boilermaker, 49f d. at $1.25 ; helper, 217^ d. at $1 

Lavallee, Narcisse. boilermaker, Dec -Mar., 13^ d. at $1.50, 56 at $1 . 35. 21 at $1 . 25 

Lavallee, O., jr., Oct.-Mar. : painter, 8 d. at $1.20 ; helper, 69^ d. at $1, 59* at 90c 

Lavallee, O., sr., carpenter, July- June, 19SJ d. at $1.40, 94^ at $1.25. . .- 

Lavallee, P., labourer, Nov.-Mar., 30* d. at 80c, 84 at 75c 

Lavallee, Theoph., carpenter, Aug.-Mar., 98| d. at $1 . 25, 97^ at $1 . 12^ 

Lavallee, W., rivet-heater, July- June, 228^ d. at 60c, 49| at 55c 

Leclaire, B., carter, 1 d., $2 ; Letendre, N., carpenter, Nov.-Dec, 44* d. at $1.25 

Ledoux, Jos., Aug.-Mar. : carpenter, 7* d. at $1.40 ; helper, 172^ d. at $1, 16* at 90c 

Lefebvre, Wm„ boilermaker, July -June, 206* d. at $1 .25, 54^ at $1.12*, 22 at"$l 

Lef ebvre, Leon, carpenter, Aug. -Mar. , 79| d." at $1 40, 76* at $1 . 25 

Leith, John : boilermaker, July-Aug., 29£ d. at $1 ; helper," Sept. -June, 196 d. at $1, 51| at 90c 

Leith, Jos,, boilermaker, July-June, 241^ d. at $1 . 25, 54^ at $1 . 12| 

Leith, Wm, boilermaker, July- June, 221* d. at $1 .50, 57 at $1 .35 

Lepine, Chas., boilermaker, Aug. -May, 154£ d. at $1.25, 34f at $1.12^ 

Lerette, A., labourer, Aug.-Mar., 79| d. at 80c, 86^ at 75c 

Lessieur, A., pattern-maker, July-Jan., 145 d. at $1 .40 

Letendre, Adel, labourer, Jan. -June, 12 d. at 80c, 19f at 75c 

Letendre, Adel (fils Antoine), labourer, March, 21* d. at 80c 

Letendre, Adel (fils John), labourer, Jan. -Feb., April-May, 32J d. at 80c, 44^ at 75c , 

Letendre, Albert, July-Mar. : helper, 60 d. at $1, 50 at 90c; labourer, 76 d. at 80c, 58£ at 75c 
Letendre, Albert (fils Odilion), labourer, Feb.-Mar., May, 46 d. at 80c, 12| at 75c . . . . 

Letendre, Antoine, carpenter : Nov.-Feb., 80 d. at $1 ; Mar., 21^ d. at $l.l0 

Letendre, John, Aug.-Apl. : painter, 24 d. at $1.20; helper, 3^d. at $1 ; labour, 125* d. at 

80c, 61 at 75c 

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Shops at Sorcl— Continued. 

Letendre, Naz.: carpenter, Jan. -Feb., 41£ d. at $1.25 ; Mar., 26£ d. at $1 . 40 

Letendre, O., labourer, Aug. -June, 1724 d. at 80c, 86£ at 75c 

Letendre, P., July-Dec, Feb. -June : boilermaker, 53fd. at $1 ; helper, 100 d. at SI, 17| at 90c 

Lizotte, G., caulker, July- June, 2001 d. at $1 .30. 92£ at $1.15 

Lussier, D., oakum, July-June, 2!J4| d. at 60c 

Lussier, Ed., caulker : July-Oct., Mar. -June, 188 d. at $1.30 ; Nov. -Feb., 92^ d. at $1.15. . . . 

Lussier, Eusebe, carpenter : Dec -Feb., 04^ d. at $1.25 ; Mar. -May, 51| d. at §1.40 

Lussier, G., caulker : July-Oct., Mar. -June, 205| d. at $1.50; Nov. -Feb., 87 d . at $1.35 . . . 
Lussier, EL, Jan. -June : blacksmith helper, 00 d. at $1 ; labourer, 47^ d. at 80c, 31 at 75c. . . 

Lussier, L., helper, Dec. -Mar., 494 d. at $1, 15| at 90c 

Lussier, Nap., Nov. -June : helper, 904 d. at $1, Hi at 90c. ; labourer, 354 d. at 80c, 46 at 75c 
Lussier, O., caulker : July-Oct., Mar.-June, 190 d. at $1.30 ; Nov. -Feb., 9l£ d. at $1.15 ... . 

Lussier, V., helper, Dec-Mar., 4 d. at $1, 49^ at 90c 

Major, Louis, labour, July, April- June, 81 d. at 80c; Manderville, J., labour, 1| d. at $1. . . 

Manderville, Mis. C, July- June : washing, 204 d. at 75c. ; sewing, 694 d. at 60c 

Manderville, D., Nov. -Mar., June : painter, 64 d. at $1.20 ; helper. 52 d. at $1, 58 at 90c. . . . 
Manderville, P., borer : July-Oct., 101| d. at $1 ; Nov.-Feb., 97£ d. at 90c; Mar.-June, 102f 

d. at $1.10 

Marcotte, Arthur, jr., helper, Oct. -Mar., 68^ d. at 80c, 57 at 75c 

Marcotte, Arthur, sr. : helper, Aug. -Nov., 69^ d. at $1; labourer, April-June, 66j d. at 80c. . 
Marcotte, Albert, carpenter, Feb. -Mar., 284 d. at $1.40; Mathieu, D., labourer, Jan. -June, 

148i d. at 80c . 

Marcotte, Ed., labourer, Aug. -June : 112£ d. at $1.10, 204 at $1, 75 at 80c, 57-at 75c 

Marcoux, S., carpenter : Dec. -Feb., 734 d. at $1.25 ; Mar., 26f d. at $1.40 

Martel, Ed., jr., July- June : painter. 04 d. at $1.20 ; helper, 215^ d. at $1, 61 at 90c 

Martel, Ed., sr., bricklayer, Aug., Nov. -June, 49§ d. at $2, 254 at $1 .80 

Martel, John, July-Mar.: boilermaker, 104 d. at $1 ; helper, 117i d. at $1, 32 at 90c 

Martin, D., boilermaker, July-June, 2154 d. at $1.50, 56^ at $1.35 

Martineau, E., Aug. -June : titter, lOg d. at $1.25 ; helper, 192| d. at $1, 41^ at 90c 

Martineaa, Z., helper, Dec. -Mar., 25 d. at $1, 4H at 90c 

Mathieu, H., helper, Dec- April, 50 d. at $1, 45^ at 90c 

Mathieu, John, boilermaker, Nov. -April, 130^ d". at $1 .25 

Mathieu, Jos., boilermaker, July- June, 223^ d. at $1.25, 55| at $1.12^ 

Mathieu, Thorn., boilermaker, Dec. -June, 74 d. at $1.50, 27" at $1.25, 444. at $1.124 

Matte, Arthur, helper, Oct.-Mar., 71 d. at $1, 46^ at 90c 

Matte, D., fitter, July -June, 281 id. at $1.75 

Matte. John, boilermaker : Dec. -"Feb., 48* d. at $1.35 ; Mar., 16 d. at $1.50 

Matte, Oct., labourer, Dec-April, 47i d. at 80c, 444 at 75c 

Matte, M., carpenter, July-June, 174| d. at $1.40, 68 d. at $1.25 

Matte, Omer, .July- June : boilermaker, 9 d. at $1 ; helper, 208J d. at $1, 59| d. at 90c 

Matte, O., labourer, June. 6| d. at $1 ; Matte, R., labourer, J any.- April, 57i d. at $1.10, 25 

at $1 : 

Matte, Thos., boilermaker, Oct.-April, lll|d. at $1.25, 60f at $1.121 

Matte, Victor, July June : rivet heater, 60 d. at 60c ; helper, 110| d. at 80c ; labourer, 45f d. 

at 80c, 58^ at 75c 

Matte, Win., helper, Aug.-April, 284 d. at $1.25, 117| at $1, 604 at 90c 

Matton, Jos., carpenter, July-June, 207 d. at $1.40 ; 984 at $1.25 

Merry, E., labourer, July-June, 2764; d. at 80c ; Millette, P., helper, 77£ d. at $1 

Millette, Chas., helper : Nov. -Mar., 91f d. at $1 ; Jan., 10 d. at 90c 

Millette, M., July-June : carter, 8^ d. at $2, 10 at $1.80 ; watchman, 75 d. at $1.25 ; labourer, 

1434, d. at 80c, 69± at 75c 

Millt- tte, P. : boilermaker, July, 11| d. at $1 ; helper, 70^ d. at $1 

Moisan, Arthur, pattern-keeper, July- June, 278^ d. at $1.50. 

Mongeon, P., rivet-heater, July -June, 219^ d. at 60c, 00 at 55c 

Mongeon, Jos. : boilermaker, July, 5 d. at §1 ; helper, Aug. -Feb., 108 d. at $1, 35 at 90c 

Mongeon, Louis, helper : Jan. -April, 714; d. at $1 ; Jan., 8| d. at 90c 

Moreau, Naz., carpenter, July-June, 199 : f d. at $1.40, 9H at $1.25 

Moriceau, O., carpenter: Aug. -Oct., Mar., 80f d. at $1.40; Nov., Dec-Feb., 52| d. at $1.25. . 

Morvant, Naz., labourer, Nov.-Mar., 34| d. at 80c, 71t at 75c 

McKenzie, H., carpenter, July-Mar., May, 25^ <i. at $1.50, 59 d. at $1.40, 75£ at $1.35, 10 at 

$1.25 

Nadeau, Jos., helper : Oct.-Dec, Mar., 754 d. at $1 ; Dec-Feb., 56 d. at 90c 

Neault, Chas., carpenter, July-Oct., Mar.-June, 2074 d. at $1.50, 96 at $1.35 

Page, F. X. : painter, Sept. -Oct., 34| d. at $1.20 ; Nov.-Dec, 35i d. at $1.10 

Page, I)., carpenter, July- Oct., Mar.-June : 2094 d. at $1.40, 964. at $1.25 

Page, E., carpenter : Nov.-Feb., 90£ d. at $1,124 ; Mar., 23^ d. at $1.25 

Papineau, Oliver, Aug. -June : boilermaker, 974"d. at $1.25, 244 at $1.12^; helper, 1124 d. at 

si, 344 at 90c 

Papineau, Ovila, labour, 16 d. at 80c ; Paul, E., labour, Nov.-Mar., 117^ d. at 80c 

Parent, A., rivet-heater, July- June, 21 8 J d. at 60c, 58^ at 55c 



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63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



St. Lawrence Sliip Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward . 



Shops at Sorel — Continued. 

Patenaude, H : oakum, July- Apr., 226 d. at 60c. ; rivet-heater, May-June, 46| d. at 60c 

Paul, Mrs. C, July- June : washing, 23h d. at 75c. ; sewing, 68| d. at 60c 

Paul, Felix, carpenter : July-Oct., 101^ d. at 11.25; Nov. -Feb., 98 d. at $1.12$; Mar. -June 

1022 d. at §1.40 

Paul, G., rivet-heater, Nov. -Mar., 34$ d. at 60c, 60$ at 55c, 8 at 40c 

Paul, Jos., carpenter, June, 20 d. at ,$1.40; Paul, P., labour, Nov. -May, 77J d. at 80c, 68$ 

at 75c 

Paul, Theo., labourer, Jan. -June, (J8£ d. at 80c, 32 at 75c 

Paulet, Adel. : boilermaker, July, 9 d. at $1 ; helper, Aug. -June, 217| d. at $1, 61 d. at 90c . 
Paulet, Avsene, carpenter, July-Nov., 130 d. at $1.40; pattern-maker, Dec. -June, 175$ d. at 



$1.50. 



Paulet. X. sr., carpenter, July- June, 184f d. at $1.40, 95 at $1.25 

Paulhus, Adel., carpenter : July-Oct., Mar. -June, 203^ d. at $1.40 ; Nov. -Feb. , 95^ d. at $1.25.. 
Payette, Jos., carpenter : July-Oct., Mar. -May, 167| d. at $1.40 ; Nov. -Feb., 88| d. at $1.25. . 

Pelletier, Ls., blacksmith, Aug. -Mar., 130£ d. at $1.25, 59 at $1.12$ 

Peloquin, Adel., labourer, July- June, 221| d. at 80c, 87| at 75c 

Peloquin, Albert, July, Jan. -Mar. : helper, 46^ d. at $1, 46 at 90c ; labour, 12 d. at 80c 

Peloquin, Cariste, July-June : helper, 189f d. at $1, 58$ at 90c ; labour, 34 d. at 80c 

Peloquin, Chas., carpenter : July-Oct., Mar. -June, 2121 d. at $1.40 ; Nov.-Feb., 95£ d. at$1.25., 
Peloquin, D., labour, Apl.-June, 33| d. at 80c ; Peloquin, Felix, labour, Aug. -Sept., 30^ d, 



at 80c. 



Peloquin, Francois, carpenter, July-Oct., Mar. -June, 209$ d. at $1.40; Nov.-Feb., 97£ d. at 

$1.35 

Peloquin, Jean Bte., labourer, Aug. -June, 184f d. at 80c, 81| at 75c 

Peloquin, Louis, helper, Nov.-Mar., 54$ d. at $1, 57 at 90c 

Peloquin, M.. carpenter : Dec. -Feb., 66i d. at $1.25 ; Mar. -June, 102f d. at $1.40 

Peloquin, N.,' Aug. -June : painter, 23 d. at $1.20 ; labourer, 147| d. at 80c, 85$ at 75c 

Peloqu'n, Oscar, fitter. July- June, 308f d. at $1 

Peloquin, Pierre, carpenter, July-Dec, Feb., June, 153£ d. at $1.50, 70$ at $1.35 

Peloquin, Pierre, jr., carpenter : Aug.-Oct., Mar., 93| d. at $1 ; Nov.-Feb., 93 d. at 90c. . . 

Peloquin, Pierre (fils Gilbert) labourer, Jan. -Mar., 30J d. at 80c, 27^ at 75c 

Peloquin, P., labourer, May- June, 35^ d. at 80c ; Pollette, A., rivet-heater, lOlf d. at 60c 

Peloquin, P. F. carpenter, July-Nov., Jan.- June, 212 d. at $1.50, 71$ at $1.35 

Perron, Louis A., carpenter, July- June, 198£ d. at $1.25, 87? at $1.12$ 

Perron, Victor, carpenter, July- June, 206$ d. at $1.40, 97i at $1.25 

Peloquin, W., labourer, July, Oct. -Mar., 6| d. at $1, 62$ at 80c, 86^ at 75c 

Plante, H., rivet heater, Jan. -June, 59| d. at 60c, 25^ at 55c 

Plante, Jos., carpenter, Sept. -Mar., 67$ d. at $1.40, 9~3$ at $1.25 

Plante, M., Jan. -Feb. : helper, 26h d. at $1, 1H at 90c ; labour, 12$ d. at 80c, 8 at 75c. . . 

Plante, V., carpenter, Aug. -June, 185$ d. at $1.40, 92 at $1 .25 

Polette, P., carpenter : Dec. -Feb., 50 d. at $1.25 ; Mar. -June, 97 d. at $1.40 

Provencher. X., rivet heater : Jan. -Feb., 39 d. at 55c. ; Mar. -June, 97| d. at 60c 

Prevost, Win, carpenter, July- June, 52^ d. at $1.50, 249£ at $1.40. . . . 
Rajotte, A., helper : Aug. -Dec, 102 d. at $1 ; Dec. -Jan., 23 d. at 90c 



Rajotte, Jean Bte., labourer, July-Aug., Jan. -Mar., 67? d. at 80c, 26$ at 75c 
Rajotte, M., labourer: Nov.-Feb., 72 d. at_75c ; Feb. -Mar., 25£ d. at 80c 



Rajotte, Pierre, painter : July-Oct., Mar. -June, 213 d. at $1.50, 93i at $1 .35 

Rajotte, Pierre P., Aug. -June : carpenter, 48 d. at $1.40, 95$ at $1.25, 89h at $1 12$ ; painter. 

23 d. at $1.20 

Raymond, Adelard, fitter, July- June, 310^ d. at $1.75 

Raymond, Jos., carpenter : July-Oct., Mar. -June, 206| d. at $1.40, 93| at $1.25 

Raymond, L., boilermaker, July- June 216$ d. at $1 .25, 61 at $1,124, 27 at $1 

Raymond, O., boilermaker, Nov.-May, 148"J d. at $1 .25 .". . 

Raymond, Miss 0., sewing, 26 d. at 60c ; Roberge R., rivet heater, 54 d. at 60c 

Rioux, D., carpenter : Oct. -Mar., 47| d. at $1.25 ; Nov.-Feb., 69f d. at $1 . 12$ 

Ritter, H., helper : Jan. -Feb., 49 d. at 90c ; Mar., 20$ d. at $1 ... 

Robillard, N. : carpenter, Mar., 26| d. at $1.40; Jan. -Feb., 48 d. at $1.25; labour, Dec, 

24i d. at $1 .25 

Robitallle, A., carpenter : Nov.-Feb., 81 d. at 90c ; Mar., 26£ d. at $1 

Robitaille, H., helper : Feb., 24$ d. at 90c ; Mar.-Apl., 50 d. at $1 

Rondeau, Geo., helper : Sept. -Dec, Mar. -June, 141^ d. at $1 ; Dec. -Feb., 37| d. at 90c 

Rondeau, L., caulker : Jan. -Feb , 394 d. at $1.15 ; Mar., 10 d. at $1.30 

Rouleau, Adel, helper : Oct. -Dec, Mar., 82 d. at $1 ; Dec -Feb., 61 d. at 90c 

1 Rouleau, Arthur, labourer, May- June, 41 d. at 80c , 

Rousseau, Ed., jcaulker : July-Oct., Mar. -June, 198 d. at $1.30 ; Nov.-Feb., 93$ d. at $1.15. . 
Rousseau, L., July-June, boilermaker, 112 d. at $1.25, 53$ ».t $1.12$; helper, 115 d. at $1.40 

Rousseau, A., labour, 154 d. at 80c 

St. Arnaud, Ls., caulker: July-Oct., Mar.- June, 204 d. at $1.30; Nov.-Feb., 90 d. at $1.15. 

St. Arnault, A., labourer, Aug.-Mar., 66|d. at 80c, 66| at 75c 

St. George, A., helper : Dec. -Feb., 61 d. at 90c ; Mar., 8 d. at $1 



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96,653 33 



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St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Shops at Sorel — Continued. 

St. Jacques, A., painter : Aug. -Oct., 70| d. at $1 : Nov. -Dec, 33£ d. at 90c 

St. Jacques, J., Oct. -June : painter, 41f d. at $1 .20 ; labour, 58^ d. at 80c, 14 at 75c 

St. Martin, Adel., labourer, July-June, 194^ d. at 80c, 83| at 75c 

St. Martin, Alph., carpenter : Aug. -Oct., Mar., 95 d. at $1.25 ; Nov. -Feb., 93 d. at $1.12i.. . 

St. Martin, N., labour, July-Oct., 57| d. at 80c : St. Michael, A., helper, 27i d. at $1 

St. Martin, S., boilermaker, July-June, 55^ d. at $1.50, 196^ at $1.25, (51 at $1 . \2h 

St. Michael, A., helper : Jan. -Feb., 37* d. at 90c ; Mar., 1 d. at $1 

St. Michael, D., labourer, Aug. -Sept., Mar. -June, 146$ d. at 80c 

St. Michael, Jos., helper, Sept-June, 243£ d. at $1 

St. Onge, Jos., labourer, Oct. -Mar., 52^ d. at 80c, 66| at 75c 

St. Pierre, B., labourer, 4% d. at 80c ; St. Pierre, Jos., sr., labourer, lj d. at $1 

St. Pierre, Jos. , labourer, July- June, 195$ d. at 80c , 83$ at 75c 

Stead worthy, H., helper, July- June, 133| d. at $1, 5 at 75c, 138 at 50c 

Steadworthy, Win., foreman, July-June, 357 4 d. at $3 

Tessier, P., helper, Mar. -June, 92§ d. at $1 ; Trempe, A., labourer, Apl.-May, 23f d. at 80c. 

Theroux, F., carpenter : Oct.-Mar., 4U d. at $1.25 ; Nov. -Feb., 86J d. at $1.12* 

Thibeaudeau, H., rivet heater : July-Dec, Mar. -June, 168 d. at 60c ; Dec, Feb., 47J d. at 



55c . 



Trempe, Omer, labourer, July-Mar., June, 132£ d. at 80c, 83$ at 75c 

Trempe, Jos. : labourer, July-Sept., 62i d. at 80c ; painter, A pi. -June, 75J d. at $1.20 

Turcotte, Ls., caulker: July-Oct., Mar^-June, 184 d. at $1.30; Nov. -Feb., 94 \ d. at $1.15. . . 

Vadeboncoeur, F., carpenter: July-Oct., Mar. -June, 207:j d. at $L.40; Nov.-Fe'b., 97 d. at 

$1.25 



Vandal, C, carpenter, July- June, 97| d. at $1.50. 72| at $1.40, 38 at $1.35, 60 at $1.25 

Vandal, E., labourer, Dec. -Mar., 31f d. at 80c, 62f at 75c 

Vandal, Jos., labourer, July-Mar., 77| d. at 80c, 53 at 75c 

Vandal, Jos., b. s. helper, July- June, ~305§ d. at $1 ; Vandal, N., labourer, July-Oct., 75| d. 

at 80c 

Vandal, P., labourer, Aug. -June, 189j d. at 80c„ 83 at 75c - 

Veuilleux, Jos,, labourer, July-Sept., 59| d. at 80c 

Veuillette, N., rivet heater : Jan. -Feb., 37 d. at 55c ; Mar. -June, 94| d. at 60c 

Vigneault, John, labourer, Nov. -Mar., 37$ d. at S0c, 77 at 75c 

Vigneault, Jos., labourer, Nov. -Mar., 22j d. at 80c, 53^ at 75c 

Wilkie, Robert, boilermaker, June, 9$ d. at $1. 25. . 

Wiseman, A., carpenter: July-Oct., Mar. -June, 186| d. at $1.40; Nov. -Feb., 95| at $1.25. . 



Dredge " LauHer 



' f 9.33). 



Belisle, A.: fireman, July-Dec, 4 87 m. at $25, 11| d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.60 

Bergeron, B. : sailor, July-Nov., April- June, 7 '03 m. at $20, 6 d. at 80c ; back wages, $14.60 

Brooks, Miss M., first cook, .luly-Nov., 4'87 m. at $12 

Brooks, Miss E., cook, April- June, 2'2 m. at $12 

Caisse, L.: sailor, July-Nov., April- June, 7 03 m. at $20, 7 d. at 80c; back wages, $14.60. 

Chapdelaine, Jos., fireman, Oct. -Dec, Mar. -June, 3 '29 m. at $25, 48* d. at $1 

Gendron, Chas., mate, July-Nov., April- June, 7 '28 m. at $45 .... 

Harpin, J. Bte.: watchman, July-Nov., April-June, 7 03 m. at $20; sailor, April, "h d. at 

80c; back wages, $14.60 •. . 

Ladebauche, E., engineer, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 8 '87 m. at $70 

Lafontaine, S.: sailor, July-Nov., April- Julie, 7 "03 m. at $20, 8 d. at 80c; back wages, $14.60 
Lavallee, Jean Bte.: sailor, July-Nov., May-June, 6866 in. at $20 ; bark wages, $17.27. . . . 
Lavallee, L. : fireman, July-Dec, Mar.-June, 7 '034 m. at $25, 42 d. at $1 ; back wages, $24.10 

Lemay, Jos. P., sailor, July- Aug., April-June, 3'62 m. at $20, 7 d. at 80c 

Marcotte, Albert, captain, July-Nov., April- June, 7 '833 m. at $60 

Millette, Chas.: fireman, July-Nov., April- June, 5 '91 m. at $25, 25 d. at $1 ; back wages, 

$14.60 N 

Tousignant, Jos.: sailor, Aug. -Nov., 3 '41 5 m. at *20 ; back wages, $6.86 

Valois, Miss E., cook, June, 1 m., $8; Valois, Miss L., cook, July-Nov., April-May, 6 066 

m. at $8 

Marcotte, Capt. Albert, Sorel, boarding crew: July 1-Nov. 26, 14 hands, 4 '866 m. at $10 

each ; April 26- June 30, 14 hands, 2164 m. at $10 each ; extra meals, 519 at 15c 

Marcotte, Capt. A.: loading coal, 396 tons at 12k.; sundry outlay, $18.31 

Tug "St. Jean d' Iberville" ($2,236.58). 

Beaudette, Esdras, captain, July-Nov., May -June, 6 '769 m. at $50 

Beliveau, Ls., fireman, April- June, 1838 m. at $25, 10 d. at $1 

Boucher, P., engineer, April-June, 2 266 m. at $50 

Deblois, Jos., jun., sailor, Aug., 516 m. at $25 ; Ouevremont, O., cook, July-Nov., 4'9 m. 

at $12 

Frenette, Jos.: sailor, July-Nov., April- June, 6*705 m. at $20, 15 d. at 80c; back wages, $14.60 

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cts. 



110,259 58 



100 10 
107 19 
217 83 
223 37 

73 70 
397 47 

34 75 
117 00 
243 25 

91 85 

40 85 
219 00 
206 25 
1,072 50 
111 75 
149 18 

126 92 
168 41 
140 60 
347 84 

412 10 

374 75 

72 46 

101 74 

366 35 
214 05 
47 60 
76 90 
87 54 
58 32 
11 87 
380 11 



147 77 

160 06 

58 40 

2(5 40 

160 86 
130 79 
327 67 

161 26 
620 97 
161 66 
154 60 
241 94 

77 96 
470 00 

187 32 
75 16 

56 53 

1,062 17 
67 81 



338 49 

55 97 

113 34 

71 70 
160 70 



121,743 01 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Tug "St. Jean a" Iberville" — Concluded. 

Guilbault, A.: fireman, July-Nov., 435 in. at $25 ; sailor, 3f d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.60. . 
Lamontagne, N.: fireman, July-Nov., April-June, 6"706 m. at $25, 20 d. at $1 ; sailor, 3 d. at 

$1 ; back wages, $14.60 

Latour, Miss A., cook, May-June, 1*84 m. at $12 ; Lavallee, L., engineer, June, "366 m. at $50 
Lemay, L. : sailor, July-Nov., April- June, 6 '318 m. at $20, 11 d. at 80c; back wages, $14.60 
Letendre, A., fireman, Aug., '322 m. at $25 ; Mathieu, Thos., engineer, July-Nov., 5m. at$50 
Mondor, Geo.: sailor, July-Nov., April-June, 6 '705 m. at $20, 8| d. at 80c; back wages, $11.60 
Beaudette, Capt. Esdras, Sorel, boarding crew: July 1-Nov. 26, 8 hands, 4 866 m. at $10 

each ; May 6- June 30, 7 hands, 1 from May 18- June 30, 8 hands, 1'79 m. at $10 each ; 

extra meals, 140 at 15c. ; sundry outlay, $6.55 



Dredge "Laval" (94,010.92). 

Arbour, Felix: sailor, July-Nov., April-June, 619 m. at $20, 29£ d. at 80c; back wages, $12.26 
Arcand, Alf.: sailor, July-Nov., April-June, 6 19 m. at $20, 18 d. at 80c; back wages, $12.26 

Auger, Arthur : watchman, July-Nov., 4 '866 m. at $20 ; back wages, $9.73 

Beliveau, Ls., July-Dec: fireman, 22^ d. at $1; sailor, 4 '866 m. at $20, 6£ d. at 80c ; back 

wages, $12.26 . 

Bellerose, J. O., engineer, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 9 '532 m. at $60 

Chevalier, A.: fireman, July-Dec, Mar.-June, 619 m. at $25, 84^ d. at $1 ; back wages, $12.26 

Daigneault, Sam., mate, July-Nov., May-June, 6 334 m. at $35 

Groleau, A.: sailor, July-Nov., April- June, 6 19 m. at $20, 29 d. at 80c; back wages, $12.26 

Hamel, Pierre, sailor, April-June, 1 '322 m. at $20, 31 d. at 80c 

Joly, Adolphe, sailor, May- June, 1'322 ra. at $20 

Ladebauche, B., captain, July-Nov., April- June, 7' 866 m. at $60 

Lemay, E. : sailor, July-Nov., April- June, 6 19 m. at $20, 27^ d. at 80c; back wages, $12.26. 
Lussier, V.: fireman, July-Nov., Mar.-June, 619 m. at $25, 92^ d. at $1 ; back wages, $13.26 

Manderville, Miss O., cook, July-Nov., May-June, 619 m. at $8, 3 d. at 60c 

Marion, Jean Bte.: fireman, July-Nov., April-June, 6 19 m. at $25, 26^ d. at $1 ; back wages, 

$12.26 " 

Matte, Mrs. Wm., cook, July-Nov., May- June, 6 '19 m. at $12, 3 d. at 60c 

Ladebauche, Capt. Ben., Sorel, boarding crew : July 1-Nov. 26, 14 hands, 4 '866 m. at $10 

each ; May 22 to May 31, 14 hands, June 1-30, 13 hands, June 1-5, 1 hand, 1 '313 m. at $10 

each ; extra meals, 282 at 15c 

Ladebauche, Capt. Ben.: loading coal, 388^ tons at 124c; travel and outlay, $6.40 ; sundries, 76c 



Tug " Car tier 



,210.18.) 



Beaudette, Ed.: sailor, July-Nov., Apl., 4 '833 m. at $20, 2 d. at 80c; back wages, $14.33. . . . 

Belaire, Francois, engineer, July-Dec, Mar.-June, 8*935 m. at $50. 

Bergeron, Jos., sailor, May-June, 1*452 m. at $20 ; Bernier, N., fireman, May, '452 m. at $30 

Bernier, Lucien, captain, July-Nov., Apl. -June, 7'26iJ m. at $50 

Boisvert, A.: sailor, July-Nov., Apl. -June, 7'2 m. at $20, 2 d. at 80c; back wages, $14.33.. 
Chapdelaine, J., fireman, 4 d. at $1; Dionne, R., cook, July-Nov., Apl.- June, 7*2 m. at $12 

Hamel, P.: sailor, July-Nov., Apl, -June, 7 '2 m, at $20, 1 d. at 80c; back wages, $14.33 

Lemay, L., sailor, May, '549 m. at $20 ; Millette, C, fireman, Dec, 1\ d. at $1 

Martineau, Z. : fireman, July- Nov., Mar.-June, 6 '749 m. at $30, 47 d. at $1 : back wages, 

$14.33 

Millette, Paul, fireman, Aug., '468 m. at $25 

Bernier, Capt. Lucien : Sorel, boarding crew, July 1-Nov. 24, Apl. 19- June 30, 7 hands, 7 '2 

m. at $10 each ; extra meals, 250 at 15c 



Dredge "No. 11" ($3,766.73). 

Adam, P.: watchman, July-Nov., 4 '866 m. at $20 ; back wages, $14.46 

Arcand, H.: sailor, July-Nov., Apl.- June, 6 '61 m. at $20, 18 d. at 80c; back wages, $14.46. 
Blais, Z.: sailor, July-Nov., Apl. -June, 6'64 m. at $20, 18 d. at 80c; back wages, $14.46... . 

Blette, P.: fireman, July-Dec, 4 '867 m. at $25, 25^ d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.46 

Cardin, P., mate, Juby-Nov.. Apl.- June, 71 m. at $35 

Champagne, Mrs. O., cook, July-Nov., 4*866 m. at $8 , 

Collette, Jos.: sailor, July-Nov., May-June, 6 64 m. at $20, 6 d. at 80c; back wages, $14.46 

Dauphinais, Ls., captain, July-Nov., Apl.- June, 7 '283 m. at $60 

Denis, C, fireman, 5 d. at $1 ; Denis, F., fireman, May-June, 1 '774 m. at $25, 6 d. at $1 

Goudreau,- A., sailor, May- June, 1'774 m. at $20, 6 d. at 80c 

Jean Marie, X., engineer, July-Dec, Mar.-June, 9' 193 m. at $60. . 

Laprade. Mrs. G., cook, July-Nov., May- June, 6 '64 m. at $12, 3d. at 60c 

Laprade, Miss M., cook, May-June, 1 ' 775 m. at $8, 3 d. at 60c 

Matte, Oct.: sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6'64 m. at $20, 18 d. at 80c; back wages, $14.46. . 
Noel, Felix : sailor, July-Nov., 4 '866 m. at $20 ; back wages, $14.46 



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• PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-27 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Dredge "No. 11 "—Concluded. 

St. George, A.: fireman, July-Dec, Mar.- June, 6*64 m. at $25, 65 d. at $1 
St. Michael, M., watchman," Apl. -June, 1'774 m. at $20, 10£ d. at 80c. . . . 
Dauphinais, Capt. Ls., Sorel : boarding crew, July 1-Nov. 26, May 8-June 

6 ' 641 m. at $10 each ; extra meals, 384 at 15c 

Dauphinais, Capt. Ls., Sorel : loading coal, 516 tons at 12^c; outlay, 50c 



back wages, $14.46 
30, 13 hands, 



Tug " M. F. Parsons," ($1,799.08 J. 



Beausoleil, F., captain, July-Nov., May-June, 6 77 m. at $45 

Beausoleil, Mrs. F., cook, July-Nov., 4 866 m. at $12 ; Cardin, A., sailor, June, 1 m. at $20. . 

Boivin, Mrs. C, cook, May-June, 1'483 m. at $12, 1 d. at 60c 

Champagne, W., sailor, May, "484 m. at $20 ; Champagne, Z., sailor, May, 484 m. at $20. . 

Chevalier, P.: fireman, July-Dec, May-June, 6*35 m. at $30, 24 d. at $1; back Avages, 
$12.26 

Ducharme, A., engineer, July-Dec, May -June, 7 '322 m. at $45 

Goudreau, A.: sailor, July-Nov., 4 866 m. at $20 ; back wages, $13.13. 

Labossiere, A. : sailor, July-Nov. ,4-866 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.26 

Peloquin, D., sailor, June, ' 666 m. at $20 

Trenipe, A.,: sailor July-Nov., May- June, 6 35 m. at $20 ; back wages, $15 73 

Beausoleil, Capt. Frs., Sorel, boarding crew : July 1-Nov. 26, 7 hands, 4 '866 m v at $10 each ; 
May 17- June 30, 6 hands, May 17- June 11, 1 hand, 7 hands, 1*437 m. at $10 each ; extra 
meal«, 31 at 15c 

Dredge "No. 12" ($2,600). 

Antaya, Jean Bte., sailor : July-Nov., 4 157 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.26 

Antava, Jos., sailor, Aug., '7C9m. at$20 ; Chevalier, P., watchman, July-Oct., 3'742 m. at $20 

Benoit, Nap., fireman : July-Dec, 4867 m. at $25, 3 )h d. at $1 ; back wages, $12.26 

Berthiaume, J., watchman : Nov., '866 m. at $20 ; back wages, $1.73 

Bonin, A., sailor : July-Nov., 4 "866 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.26 

Campbell, John, engineer, July-Dec, 6 m. at $60 

Dauphinais, N., captain, July-Nov., 4' 866 m. at $60 

Denis, Frs., fireman : July-Dec, 4 '867 m. at $25, 37 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.26 

Godin, Miss C, cook, July-Nov., 4 '866 m. at $8 ; Robillard, Mrs. L., cook, July-Nov., 4 '866 

m. at $12 

Lafrenier, A., sailor : July-Nov., 4'866 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.26 

Lavallee, A., sailor : July-Nov., 4 '866 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.26 

Peloquin, B., sailor : July-Nov., 4 866 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12 '26 

Peloquin, Max., mate, July-Nov., 4 866 m. at $35 



Dauphinais, Capt. Narcisse, Sorel, boarding crew: July 1-Oct. 23, Nov. 1-26, 13 hands, 4 '84 



m. at $10 each 
sundry, $4.29. . 
Dauphinais, Capt. N 



boarding J. B. Dauphinais, July, Aug. 
Sorel, loading coal, 320 tons at 12^c . 



$20 ; extra meals, 45 at 15c 



Tag " C. J. Erydges " ($1,147. 86 ). 



Charon, Mrs. M., cook, July-Nov., 4'633 m. at $12 

Lamontagne, N., engineer, July-Dec, 5' 145 m. at $45 

Letendre, Adel, sailor : July-Nov., 4 '634 m. at $20 ; ba-k wages, $12.26 

Mathieu, Henri, fireman : July-Dec, 4 '633 m. at $30, 11 d. at $1 ; back wages, $12.26. . 

Paul, P., sador : July-Nov., 4634 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.26 

Polette, Piere, captain, July-Nov., 4 ' 634 m. at $45 

Polette, Capt. P., Sorel, boarding crew : July 1-Nov. 19, 6 hands, 4 '633 m. at $10 each ; extra 
meals, 14 at 15c 



Tug "John Pratt " ($3,362.04). 

Beaulac, P., fireman : July-Nov., Mar. -June, 7*264 m. at $25, 43| d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.20 

Chretien, L., waiter, 3d. at $2 ; Godin, Miss A., cook, '387 m. at $10. 

Gladu, C, cook, June, $10 ; Lavallee, A., fireman, April, 14^ d. at $1 

Joubert, Jos., July-Dec, April-June : fireman, I8h d. at $1 ; sailor, 7 '263 m. at $20, 10 d. at 

80c ; back wages, $14.20 

Labranche, M., Avheelsman : Aug. -Dec, May- June, 5 m. at $30 ; back wages, $7.33 

Labrecque, W., sailor : July-Dec, April- June, 7*263 m. at $20, 6^d. at 80c; back wages, $14.20 

Laforest, Jos., 2nd pilot, July-Dec, April-June, 7 '763 m. at $40 

Langevin, S., cook, July-Dec, April- June, 7 '25 m. at $12, H d. at 60c 

Laroche, Nap., fireman": July-Dec, April-June. 6*83 m. at $25, 9id. at 81 ; back wages, $14.20 
Lavallee, C, jun., fireman, Mar., 10| d. at $1 ; Paul, Miss A., cook, April-May, *78m. at $10 
Lussier, L., fireman : July-Dec, Mar. -June, 7 '264 m. at $25, 41 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.20 
Matte, J., engineer, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 9032 m. at $50 

Carried forward . . . . . . . . 



$ cts. 
131,951 94 



245 48 
43 88 

920 92 
65 00 



304 64 
78 40 

18 40 

19 36 

226 78 
329 52 
110 46 
109 59 
13 33 
142 74 



445 86 



95 40 
89 03 
164 43 
19 06 
109 59 
360 00 
292 00 
172 93 

97 33 

109 59 
109 59 
109 59 
170 33 



661 13 
40 00 



55 60 
231 54 
104 93 
162 26 
104 93 
208 50 

280 10 



239 54 

9 87 

24 50 

185 97 
157 32 
164 87 
310 54 

87 87 
194 46 

18 30 
236 79 
451 61 

140,855 80 



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A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898- 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



St. Lawrence Snip Channel — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Tug "John Pratt "—Concluded. 

Peloquin, W., sailor, 484 m. at $20; Vilandre, Miss, cook, Sept. -Nov., 1933 m. ac $10. .... 

Por-tbriand, Miss, cook : July-Sept., 2^ m. at $10 ; back wages, $1.33 

Langevin, Mde. S., Sorel, boarding crew : 9 hands, July 1-Aug. 30, 1 hand, Aug. 12-31, T864 
m. at $10 each ; 10 hands, Sept. 1-Oct. 30, 2 m. at $10 each ; 9 hands, Nov. 1-Dec. 3, 1 
hand, Nov. 1-13, 103 m. at $10 each; 9 hands, April 26-May 31, 1 hand, May 24-31, 1076 
m. at $10 each ; 8 hands, June 1-30, 1 hand, 1-17. 20-30, 893 m. at $10 each ; extra meals, 
1,135 at 40c, 371 at 15c 

Langevin, Mde. S., Sorel, washing linen, 7 5 m. at $4 



Tug "St. James" ($2,585.61). 

Adam, P., watchman, April- June, 2 266 m. at $20, 10 d. at 80c 

Antaya, Jos., sailor, May-June, 1*582 m. at $20 ; Beique, L., cook, Apl.-June, 2"234.m. at $20 
Aussant, P., July-Dec, Mar -June: watchman, 1'22 m. at $20; fireman, 38 d. at $1 ; sailor, 

6-466 m. at $20, 7 d. at 80c ; back wages, $16.13 .. 

Berard, Naz., sailor : July-Dec, Apl-June. 7 '686 m. at $20, 11 d. at 80c. ; back wages, $16.13. 

Blette, P., fireman, Mar. -June, 2 266 m. at $30, 46 d. at $1. . . 

Boisvert, Jos., engineer, July-Dec, Mar.-Apl., 771 m. at $45; May-June, 2 067 m. at $50. . 

Card in, Nap., sailor : Nov. -Dec, V22 m. at $20, 4 d. at 80c ; back wages, $2.46 

Che vrier, Raphael, captain, July-Dec, 5' 548 m. at $60 

Godin, Mrs. A. cook, April-June, 22 m. at $10, 6 d. at 60c 

Joubert, A., fireman : July-Dec, 5 419 m. at $30, 1H d. at $1 ; back wages, $16.13 

Laforest, Ls., mate: July, Dec, April- June, 1'067 m. at $40, 7 253 m. at $30, 4 d. at 80c ; 

back wages, $16.13 , 

Trempe, Jos., watchman, Sept. -Nov., 17 m, at $20 ; Trudeau, Mrs., cook, July-Dec, 5'42 

m. at $12 

Valois, Miss M. S., cook, July-Dec, 5419 m. at $10 

Che vrier, Capt. R., Sorel, boarding crew: July 1-Aug. 30, 8 hands, 2 m. at $10 each ; Sept. 

1-30, 8 hands, 11-30, 1 hand, Oct. 1-Nov. 30, 8 hands, Nov. 1-24, 1 hand, Dec 1-13, 9 

hands, 3 ' 364 m. at $10 each ; extra meals, 22 at 15c 

Chevrier, Capt. R., Sorel, washing linen, 5^ m. at $4 



$ cts. 
140,855 80 



Tmj "Eureka" (-$2,091.52). 

Bonin, Jean Btc, fireman, Sept., 467 m. at $25 ; Fleurie, O., waiter, 2 033 m. at $20 

Bouchard, U., July-Dec, A pi. : engineer, 5 '95 m. at $30, 17 d. at $1 ; fireman, 4 '566 m. at 

$25, 3id. at $1; back wages, $11.53 

Boulanger, Jos., fireman, July-Dec, 5' 16 m. at $25, 15^ d. at $1 ; back wages, $11.53 

Portin, Frs. : mate, Sept. -Dec, June, 5 71 m. at $50 ; engineer, May, "258 m. at $50 

Gingras, E., cook : July-Sept.. 2 "433 m. a. $14 ; back wages, $1.53 

Gobeil, A., sailor : July-Dec, 5 161 m. at $20 ; back wages, $11.53 

Godin, J., sailor, Dec, 11 d. at $1 ; Guilbault, A., fireman, May-June, 51 d. at $1 

Herieux, H., fireman, Aol.-June, 62 d. at $1 ; Lachance, Jos., steward, 2'033m. at $90 

Letendre, A., fireman, Nov.-Dec., '494 m. at $25, 12 d. at $1 

Legendre, L., sailor : July-Dec, 5 '161 m. at $20, 8 d. at 80c ; back wages, $11 53 

Marcotte, Desire, engineer, Juty-Nov., 4 6 m. at $50 

Major, Mrs. Ls., cook : Sept.-Dec, 2' 66 m. at $14 ; May-June, 2 m. at $20 

Major, Ls., sailor : July-Dec, 4 '839 m. at $20 ; back wages, $9.40. . ! 

Peloquin, A., fireman, 1'88 m. at $25 ; Riverie, A., deckhand, 1'9 m. at $25 

Roy, John: engineer, Nov.-Dec, 1111 m. at $50, Apl.-June, 2'8 m. at $40; 2nd engineer, 

July-Nov., 4 567 m. at $30 

Laprade, Mde. P., Sorel, washing linen, 2 m 



Dredge "No. 8" ($608.33). 



Benoit, Nap., fireman, May-June, "633 m. at $25, 20 d. at $1 

Berthiaume, O., watchman, June, '633 m. at $20 

Bourdelais, E., sailor, May-June, '633 m. at $20, 30i d. at 80c 

Champagne, W., sailor, May- June, 633 m. at $20, lOf d. at 80c 

Champagne, Z., sailor, May- June, 633 m. at $20, 19£ d. at 80c. . 

Comtois, John, engineer, May-June, 2 m. at $60 

Gaucher, Oscar, mate, May- June, 2 m. at $30 

Guevremorrt, Mrs. J. B., cook, June, 633 m. at $12, 2 d. at 60c 

Guevremont, Mrs. O., cook, June. - 634 m. at $8, 2 d. at 60c 

Hamelin, A., sailor, June, '633 m. at $20, 2 d. at 80c 

Hurteau, A., firemen, May-June, ' 633 m. at $25, 404. d. at $1 

Matte, R., captain, May- June, 2 m. at $60 ; Plaisance, F., sailor, June, 1m. at $20 

Matte, Capt. Raphael, Sorel, boarding crew : 12 hands, June 12-30, 1 hand, 19-30, 8 m. at $10 

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St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Twj " Eraelia" ($387 \76). 

Boudreau, T., sailor, June, '7 m. at $20 ; Godin, Mrs. A., cook, Juue, '5 m. at $12 

Godin, R., captain, May- June, 2 in. at $45 : Godin, Mrs. T., cook, June. "5 m. at $12. .... 
Letendre, Adel, sailor, May- June, "59 m. at $20 ; Godin, Miss, cook, May, 2!) m. at $12. . 
Mathieu, J., engineer, Mav-June, 2 m. at $45 ; Paul, P., sailor, May- June, 129 m. at $20. 

Mathieu, Henri, fireman, May- June, 129 m, at $30. 11 d. at$l 

Godin, Capt. R., Sorel : boarding crew, May 23-June 30, 6 hands, 129 m. at $10 each 
extra meals, 87 at 15c. ; messages, 50c 



Tug "St. Francis" ($214.50). 

Benoit, H., sailor, May- June, 48| d. at 80c,; Joly, J. B., sailor, May- June, 55 d. at 80c. . . 

Lavallee, Louis, engineer, May- June, 1 '633 m. at $45 

Mongeon, Louis, fireman, May-June, 58 d. at $1 



Barges and Stone lifters. 

"New Barge" — 

Beliveau, Jos., captain, Nov., May- June, 3 m. at $40 

Letendre, John, captain, Oct., "451 m. at $40 

Barge " Caroline " — 

Lavallee, Arthur, captain. July-Nov., May-June, 6 '867 m. at $40 

Barge " Waverly " — 

Beliveau, Jos., captain, July-Oct., 4 m. at $40 . ... 

Letendre, John, captain, Nov., May- June, 2 '867 m. at $40 

Stone lifter No. 2— 

Lemay, E., captain, Nov., '766 m. at $50 ; Lemay, J., captain, Oct., '258 m. at $50 

Millette, C, 2nd captain, Oct.-Nov., 1125 m. at $25 ; Millette, P., sailor, July, $20. . . . 

Roberge, Louis, captain, July-Oct., June, 4' 142 in. at $50 

Lemay, L., Sorel, boarding crew, Oct. 24-Nov. 23, 1 m 

Roberge, Capt. Ls., Sorel, boarding crew : July 1-30, 2 hands, 1 m. at $10 each ; Aug. 1- 
Oct. 31, June 16-30, 1 hand, 34 m. at $10 ; extra meals, 68 at 15c 



$ cts. 
147,421 66 



20 00 

!)(i 00 

L5 28 

115 80 
49 71 



90 ( .)7 



83 00 
73 50 
58 00 



120 00 
18 06 

274 67 

160 00 
114 67 

51 23 

48 12 

207 10 

10 00 

64 20 



New Semaphore at St. Jean Deschaillons, P. Q. 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : S. Beaudet 6i, H. Boisvert 6|, P. Bercier 4, E. Cassette 18|,| 
A. Chardonnaie 214, A. Charland 26i, L. Clouette 21J, L. Courteau 2, P. Goudreau 14^,! 
O. Lamothe 19, T. Marchand 18|, J. Nadeau 25, L. Nadeau 25, L. Ouellet 141, P. Peruser! 
19J, T. Provencher 16+, J. Richer 14£, P. Sirous 21!, E. Soucy 16^. 387 91 

Detailed in 1897-8 (Page Q— 25) 7,165 08 



Total wages and board (shops and vessels) 

Less— Charged to : Dredge vessels repairs (Page Q- 

i! New dredging plant (Page Q- 

.i Kingston harbour. (Page Q- 



497) $ 1,689 46 
197) 24,376 14 
-177) 2,338 07 



Employed in office at Sorel — 

Blais, M. C. : services in office, July 1 to June 30, 1899, 12 m. at $100 ; travel and out 

lay, $29.25 

Alliance Assurance Co. of London, renewal of $1,900, policy to Nov. 16, 1899, on machinery 

aud tools 

Arcand Freres, Champlain : hemlock, 5,936 ft. at $7 ; spruce, 2,619 ft. at $11 

Bailey, Geo., Ottawa: making ice chisels with screwed sockets, 2 at $3.50 ; ice chisels, 24 at 

$2.50 

Beauchemin & Co. , Sorel : 1 steel screw pattern, $30 ; 1 screw pattern, $15 

Beauchemin & Martin, unloading coal, 1,802 tons at 14c 

Bell Telephone Co., Sorel: rent of telephone, 12 m. to June 6, 1899, $20; extension bell, 

$2.50 ; messages, $30.50 

Bertram, John, & Sons, Dundas ($1,063.25)— 

1 double angle shear steam driver, with engine attached, all mounted on a substantial 
turn-table, with means for turning same 

B. C. dies for 2i-in. head : square thread cap, 5 sets at $6 ; pipe cap, 3 sets at $5 ; U.S., 
8 sets at $2 " 

Chuck plate for 16-in. lathe 

Brouard, T. & D., Quebec : knees, 22 at $1.50 ; 8 at $1 

Brown, J., & W. D., Quebec : pine, 162$ ft. at Sc. ; whitewood, 138^ ft. at 5.^c 

Bushnell Co., Montreal: marine engine oil, 347 '90 galls, at 50c. ; marine valve oil, 321 '50 

galls, at 40c. ; olive oil, 86 '22 galls, at 75c. ; D. B. linseed oil, 75 '56 galls, at 52c. ; acme 

P. W. oil, 1,55033 galls, at lie. ; chain grease, 414 lbs. at 3c 



156,644 96 



28,403 67 



Carried forward 131,710 53 



128,241 29 



1,229 25 

3S 00 
70 35 

67 00 

45 00 

252 28 

53 00 



1,000 00 



61 00 

2 25 

41 00 

20 64 


589 47 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Butterworth & Co., Ottawa: enamelled iron basin, complete, $10; N. P. tumbler holders, 3 

at $2 ; brass tubing, l^-in., 26| ft. at 25c. ; 1 double bath cock, $3 ; sundries, $3 

Cameron & Co., Ottawa : good sidings, 27,551 ft. at $35 ; rock elm, 16,973 ft. at $33 



Canada Hardware Co., Montreal : coal shovels, 3 doz. at $8.95, 3 at $8.40, 3 at $8 25 ; galv. 

buckets, 10 at $2.10, 2 at $1.90 ; axes, 1 doz. at $6, 3 at $5; C. S. nails, H x 6, 100 lbs. 

at $8.40, 2x3, 100 lbs. at $7.75, 2£ x 2, 100 lbs. at $6.90, 3x4 100 lbs. at $6.50 ; copper 

wire, No. 8, 20 lbs. at 27 T 7 <jC-, No. 12, 20 lbs. at 29c, No. 15, 20 lbs. at 29c, No. 17, 20 lbs. 

at 32c ; brass spring wire, 72^ lbs. at $23.30 a 100, No. 15, 19| lbs. at $23.95 a 100, No. 

18, 20 lbs. at $24.60 a 100 ; axe handles, 4 doz. at $1.10 ; sundries, $2.14 

Canada Switch & Spring Co., Montreal : steel spiral springs, 4 at $2.25, 6 at $1.50, 4 at $1.30; 

castings, 5* lbs. at 7c, 899 at 6c, 2,600 at 4£c. ; sundries, $5.20 

Cardin, Joseph^ Sorel, windows, Nos. 1, 4, 5 and 6, 58 at $7.50, No. 2, 40 at $4, No. 3, 40 at 

$3.50 

Carrier, Laine & Co., Levis, 1 C. I. cylinder, finished, 3,080 lbs. at 6c 



Cavanagh, Edward, Co., Montreal ($13,580.24)— 

Powe rolls, 1 set, $815 ; Powe punch, 1 set, $825 ; Powe shears, 1 set, $825 ; extra 
weight on punch and shears, 8,600 lbs. at 2^c ; extra on rolls, ^-in. on dia. on one 
top and two bottom rolls, 1,200 lbs. at 5k:. ; difference between cast iron and cast 
steel gears, 479 lbs. at 5£c 

Steel plates and aneles, as per specifications, contract 

500 gall, underwriters' duplex steam pump, 1 at $795 ; standard two-way hydrants with 
frost jacket, 4 at $35 ; gate valves with hub ends, 4-in., 4 at $9 ; foot valve, 8-in., 1 
at $25 

Steel chutes for steel elevator dredge, 2, 10,245 lbs. at $7.50 ; less 1 per cent, $7.08 

Pound iron, "Sun," § to 2-in., 21,775 lbs. at $3.75 : ref'd. iron, 4-in., 541 lbs. at $1.75 . . . 

Iron, 43,177 lbs. at $1.85 ; extra for cutting to special lengths, 24,010 at 10c a 100 lbs. . . . 

Iron pipe: 4-in., 122£ ft. at $28.21; 3i-in., 432g ft. at $24.05; 3-in., 193f ft. at $20.20; 
2i-in., 499^ ft. at $15.44 ; 2-in., 2,"906^ ft. at $10.22 ; l|-in., 824 ft. at $7.11 ; lfin., 
889J ft. at "$5.77; 1-in., 851| ft. at $4.60; f-in., 809 ft. at $3.60; i-in., 384^ ft. at 
$3.15 ; i-in. and f-in., 813^ ft. at $3.12 ■ .... 

Elbows, tees, crosses, flanges, nipples, &c, $249.38 ; sundries, $6.55 

Drain pipe, 9-in., 190 lengths at 66c; 6-in., 100 lengths at 36c; less deducted for differ- 
ence in quality of the pipe, $17 

Steel : shear, 540 lbs. at 16c; "silver," 2,173 lbs. at 12^c; sun, 1,450 lbs. at3fc; machine, 
1,010 lbs. at 3|c 

B.B.B. crucible chain, H-in., 2,440 lbs. at 10c; glass gauges, 2 doz. at $4.50. 

Chase's cylinder oil pomps, 2f x 2f, 1 at $5 ; 3^x 3^, 1 at $7.50 ; 1 low pressure brass steam 
gauge, 8h dia., $20 ; 1 lubricator, single connection, $20 ; oil cups, plain, 12 at $1.90, 
12 at $1.40, ; elbows, 12 at $2.20 ; grease cups, l^-in., 12 at $2.65 ; lj-in., 24 at $2.40. 

Plates : B.B. Canada, 30 boxes at $2.60 ; roofing, 30 x 72, 4,306 lbs. at $2.50 

Galv. iron : 20 to 36 x 72, 1,060 lbs. at $4.90 ; 6 x 2J x 22, 604 lbs. at 4^c. ... 

Pressed spikes : 6 to 7 x |-in., 3,000 lbs. at $4.25 ; 8 x T Vin., 4.000 lbs. at $3.90 ; 5x£-in., 500 
lbs. at $2.60 ; 5 to 8 x T Vin., 6,000 lbs. at $2.45 

Cut nails : 2 to 5-in., 6 kegs at $2.50, 10 at $2, 70 at $1 . 95, 10 at $1 . 90 

Screws : 1J x 14-in. , 24 gros^ at $1 .70 ; U x 12, 24 gross at $1.30 ; 1| x 10-in., 24 gross at $1.10 ; 
12 gross at 32c; brass, 24 pkgs., $24.90 ; machine, 9 pkgs., $17.16 

Nuts : hex., f to J-in., 400 lbs. at 6c, 400 at 5|c; standard square, g-in., 1,000 lbs. at 4|c; 
square, f to §-in., 3,700 lbs. at 4^c 

Round head rivets, 60 lbs. at 13c, 150atl2^c, 90 at 12c; mal. iron elbows, 6doz. at $3.60 

Globe valves : lj-in., 24 at $2 ; 1 in., 24 at $1 .65 ; J-in., 24 at 95c 

Sq. head steam cocks : f-in., 24 at $1.20 ; i-in., 24 at 48c; £-in., 24 at 42c . 

Cut tacks : 10-in., 12 doz. at 54c; 8-in., 12 doz. at 48c; tubes for lubricators, 3 ut $3.20. 

Cotton wick, 100 lbs. at 22c; sand paper, 4 reams, $17 ; emery cloth, 20 qrs. at 90c 

Boiled oil, 474 galls, at 54c ; raw oil, i04§ galls, at 52c 

Spirits of turpentine, 263f galls, at 67c ; red lead, 3,641 lbs. at 6ic 

Bladder putty, 1,200 lbs. at 2f c ; English vermillion, 10 lbs. at $2 . 50 

Newcastle pure lead, 2,000 lbs. at 6|c; brown Japan, 15 galls, at $1 

Black paint in oil, 600 lbs. at 6c; yellow paint in oil, 1,000 lbs. at 6c 

Sun boiler compound, 612 lbs. at 10c 

Best boat varnish, 15 galls, at $4.75 ; 90 p.c oxide of iron, 1,000 lbs. at 5c 

Watchman clock discs, 6 at $1.50 ; freight, $1.09 ; sundries, $54.14 



Caverhill, Learmont & Co., Montreal: refined iron, 200 lbs. at $2.15, 3,800 lbs. at $2.05, 
6,200 lbs. at $2 ; sq. nuts, g-in., 500 lbs. at $3.75; 1^-in., 300 lbs. at $3.25 ; 1^-in., 600 lbs. 
at $3.55 ; hex. nuts, lj-in., 200 lbs. at $4.55 

Caya, Arsene, La Baie du Febvre, square elm, 23 ft. at 30c, 37H ft. at 25c, 67^ ft. at 20c. . . 

Chagnon, F. N., Sorel : soap, 22 boxes at $3.40 ; provisions, $300.47 ; sundries, $10.60 

Chandonnet, J. A., semaphore operator at St. Jean Deschaillons, Aug. 26 to Nov. 30, 3*167 
m. at $40; outlay, $15.95; paid for labour, John Beaulac 40 d. at 75c, Alex. Gendron, 
17 d. at 75c, P. Poliquin, 31 d. at 75c, N. Casaubon, 25 d. at 75c 



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149,080 33 



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St. Lawrence Ship Channel- 
Brought forward 



Continued. 



Charleson, W, G., Ottawa, files : square bast, 18-in., 1 doz. at $9 36 14-in 1 do/ at tfi 90 

SS'ilSMI 1 : f . ' 10 T' * d °\ at 82 75 ; half round « "K. ^' at $5 8 1- in 
4 do/. at 84.40; half round, smooth, 12-in 3 do/ at s5 -?o in;™ qj vii a] 

l.a S M4,n., 4 ,l„ z at *4.4o, 12-in., 4dos. at fa.j ^O-ilfl d k 2 S'«0 Mn^sle/a 

.96; round bast, 14-m. 1 do, at M, 12-in ,,te. at 82.80, iftKfe" 

at $2.80, 10-m., 3 doz. at *2.10 ; freight, S2 10 

special pin steel, 31,634 lbs. at 34c., 792 lbs at 3c 

18,42k lbs. at 3c; crescent extra cast steel, 138 lbs. at 15c ' 

Conger Coal Co., Toronto, soft coal, 15 tons at -S3 GO 

StTwrn' P ^ r f f St ' ^ h ° lnaS ' 'J™* *! 1,ds - :lt *i-25(delivered at Sorel')'. '. 

Cote, Wm., Sorel : ioofiner machine shon anH oarnonto. f .u ;„ -i___ J „ j 

-yard, as per contract, 
squares at 11.60; gal- 
' lin. ft. at 25c. ; 1 ball 



mill saw, 12-in., 3 doz. 
Coghlin, B. J., Montreal 



bush steel, 



6, Wm., Sorel: roofing machine shop and carpenter shop in ship-. 
lo4 squares at $1 . 60 ; roofing brick building and smith ship, 67f m 
vamzedtm cornices, 245 lineal ft. at 30c; gal v. tin moulding 123? 
fen- mast of semaphore, $10; labour, 61 hrs* at 30c, extra time 7 k„ 

Courchesne, Geo Sorel, plumbing and sund'ry" repair? to' dredges'and' tugs' 
Davie, Geo. T Levis, 1 red pine spar, 62 x 16 x 16, $20 ; labour, $1 80 
Debombourg, G., Montreal, 1 patent forging and weldine machine ' ' ' 



61 hrs. at 30c, extra time 7 hrs. at'l5c; sundries 



forging and welding machine. 
; hip augers, £ to If in., h doz. at 816.50. 
•12, 3 doz. at $10.50, 3 doz. at $9 1 doz 



cut nail 



n., 10 kegs at $2.10, 24-in. 



■* $16.50, 1 doz. at $15. 1 doz. a, 

at « .50, less 10 per -cent, 813.87; 

10 kegs a si.!,0, 3-in., 15 kegs at 81.85, 5-in., 8 

Deguise, Andre, lime, 4814 kegs at $1 50 

ngine house,' 214,1 57 ' at $4 a M. V repairing hydraulic 



kegs at 81.75; finishing nails, l| to~3-iri 



punch, 3 times, $8 : sundries, -S2.25 
Dobelb Henrv & Co.. Montreal : double boiled oil,' 1304 galls 
_ at5<Ac.; No. 1, cod liver oil. 128 rails. »* 40^ . „»JLL *n 



turpentine, 43f galls. 



_. at 50c 
P T ". oll > 12b ^Us at 40c; cartage, 50c 

oil, 700 lbs. at 5ja; black paint 300 lbs It §c I m. ii„ , - '«*■ ; - black palnt ln 

Dominion Foundry, Sorel : 1 set Xe 



at 2Ac. 



England grates, 24 aq. ft. at $6^ castings, 81,088 lbs'. 



g%" i-m., 200 ft. at 816.63; C.C. 

S. hawser, g-in., 850 ft. at $8.30, 

7 w. he, |-in., 583 lbs. 

-in., 56 at 68c 

sundries, $5.40.... 



2 at 87; 6|-in., lo' at' 86.50; 6-in'"lat 



6,093 lbs. at 21c, 28,711 lbs. at Uc; towing $5 
Dominion Wire Rope Co Montreal : plough" hawser, > F Lan 
r •' -™ ,°- Lan gs," |-in., 70 ft. at 89.50 ; Gal C 
|-in., oOO ft. at 86 ; Gal. S.M.S., 8-iri 69 lbs at «7 84 ■ <* \i < 

Droletf^ *8ft™** 4331bs - ^ «Pec^ockete ' 

D^moi -pt v r Queb |P : ™PPer Pipe, « ^. at 50c; labour, 38i h. at 30c 
Duhamel, Philippe, Sorel: wool, 160 lbs. at 30c ; cardure 100 lbs at T7o 
Durand Raymond, Sorel, hauling timber, of cribs at 84 ' '* 

Emond, \ . A & Son, Quebec : self-lubricators, 7-in 
*6 ; double circular, 3-in. , 4 at m, 2-in. , 2 at $4 . 

S» J i|otfe^ k M e ^fe IMg aV Vac 1 : 2 

Oaumond, Alp.,St. Jean Deschaillons : plank, 2,200 ft" at Sis'- smitbwork' Vl si " V V " 

board of n.en, 114 t i.1t 3 7 o' c . fuun^, '.f o^tndHe ,n | i oVr P "* * 3 ' " * 82 ' 9 * * L5 ° ; 
Goyette, J. B„ Sore , 10 pieces oak, 709 ft. at 40c ' " 

snides Sllr^ WHng C " Shi0nS and »-«—; 17i'd.at «2 ; fiiliig 4 cushions/So; 



it 60c, 7 at 50c; 
towels, T Sr doz. at 



)-' X ^\- telegraph Co.,' Sore'b telegram! 

r '«yt^:^^^ 



at 8c; half measuring 



at 61c 



)8. at 58c.; Sun special packing, 989 lbs at 49^c ■ 
undries, 60c 2 *' 



4 ply plain Lion packing, J- u 



367 lbs. at 22c 

best toughened steel castings, 17,975 lbs. at 7 03c- 



Hadfield's Steel Foundry Co., Sheffield 
less freight, $11.20... 
irbour Commissioners of Mon^real'/hcmlock, 3-in. 27 384 ft at $8 

undriesS 81 °" 80; X d ° ck ' »^ 1 thermometer, 82. 70; re- 



innssioners of Montreal/hemlock,' 3- 
tieam & Harrison, Montreal 



pairs to aneroid. 84 



Carried forward , 



$ cts. 



149,080 33 



166 50 

1,704 40 
54 00 
32 50 



496 27 

302 19 

21 80 

253 80 



411 65 
72 22 

866 87 

142 01 



572 19 
2,719 94 



315 78 

22 45 
65 00 

23 00 

156 00 
168 00 



103 49 

51 19 

485 00 



248 42 
283 60 

42 50 
255 53 



2,562 12 



988 65 



1,252 25 
219 10 

26 15 



164,164 90 



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A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



St. Lawrence Snip Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Imperial Oil Co., Montreal: olive oil, 129 '89 galls, at 75c.; marine oil, 255 galls, at 60c, 
marine engine, 460 18 galls, at 48e.; summer black, 485g galls, at 12c; Acme P. W. oil, 
588 '61 galls, at lie; graphite grease, 1,042 lbs. at 10c; patent grease, 386 lbs. at 6c; 
chain grease, 1 ,810 lbs. at 3c 

Jacks, Wm. & Co., Glasgow : treble '"est tested crane chain, tested to 15 p.c over admiralty 
strain, 33,523 lbs. at 4c . ; less freight, $31 .55 

Jenkins, Wm., Ottawa : services as wireman in connection with electrical apparatus on St. 
Lawrence dredging fleet, June 19 to 30, 1899, 12 d. at $55 a month, $22 ; travel and out- 
lay, $25.70 _ ' 

Johnston, Jas., Ottawa : supt. electrician, fitting up electrical apparatus, travel and outlay 
$72.10; to be acct. for $33.75 

Joly, N . , Sorel : provisions, $20 70 ; sundries, $1 . 05 

Kingman & Co., Montreal, R. mine steam coal, 2,504 tons at $2.55 

Labelle, Cy., Sorel : navy oakum, 850 lb*, at 7c, 5,500 at 6*c; English oakum, 500 lbs. at 7c 
500 at 6*c. ; canvas, 27 to 28-in, 297i yds., $77.03 ; magnetic paint,l,000 lbs. at $5.25 ; English 
vermillfon, 24£ lbs. at $1 ; methylated spirits, 9| galls., $20.03; turpentine, 16 galls, at 
65c; boiled linseed oil, 4 galls, at (jOc, 42| at 57c; olive oil, 16 galls, at 90c; body var 
nish, 2 galls, at $4 ; pine pitch, 5 brls. at $2.85 ; black paint, 500 lbs. at $2.75 ; varnish 
6 galls, at $3 ; tallow, 2(50 lbs. at 7c; washing soda, 1,008 lbs. at 90c a 100 ; manilla rope! 
229 lbs. at 12|c; tarred marlin, 6 doz. at $1.80; grindstone, 1,280 lbs. at l£c; 
1 bath tub, complete, $22; sheet iron, 26 boxes at $2.35; Canada plate, 6 boxes at 
$2.40; lead pipe, 70 lbs. at 6^c, 465 at 6c; gas tube, 1-in. 307 ft. at 4^c, i-in 
48 ft. at 2|c; shovels, 31, $20.58 ; plate glass, cut, 52 x 51^ x fin., $12 ; double thick 
glass, 2 panes at 65c, 64 at 15c; glass, asst. 249 panes, $14.83; lanterns, 23, $15.60; 
nails asst., 1,188 lbs. $3!). 80 ; screws, 137 gross, $24.34 ; files, flat smooth, 6 to 14-in. 1<T 
doz., $55.40; mill saw, 10-in., 6 do/.., $14.55; half round, 8 to 14-in. 5;] doz., $25.26; 
round bast., 6 to 14-in. 6§ doz., $17.66 ; taper saw, 3 to 5-in., 6 doz., $7.59 ; asst., 2 doz., 
$2.55; carp, wood vices, 1 doz., $4; paint brushes, 16, $8 70; leather strips, 4 doz. at 
$1.20: 1 strap, 20J ft. at 22^c; green shellac, 25 lbs. at 35c; spikes, 200 lbs., $ 
sundries, $395 .07 

Lachapelle, Leon, Sorel, provisions . . . ; . . . 

La Compagnie Savoie-Guay, furnishing and installing acetylene plant on dredge "Laurier 

Lafleur, J. L., Montreal : 'best Canadian iron, 105 lbs. at $2.70,-203 at $2.40, 10,838 at $2.35, 
200 at $2.25, 10,664 at $2.20, 34,475 at $2.10, 65,331 at $1.80 ; white waste, 25,000 lbs. at 
7c , freight, 6(!c 

Lamoureux, C. R., Sorel, castings, 19,144 lbs. at 2|c 

Le Manufacture de Scies "St. Laurent," Sorel: leather strap, 2 to 3-in., 68 ft., $14.59; 
cross-cut saws, 5^ ft., 2 at $2.40, 4| ft., 4 at $2 ; repairing, $11.65 

Langlois, T., Sorel : ferriage, season, 1897-98, $25 ; sundry trips, $15 

Lariviere, Ambroise, St. Ours, 6 spruce spars at $6 each 

La Scierie Ste. Agathe : 1-in., w. spruce, 11,100 ft. at $9 ; less freight, $28.22 



Laurie Engine Co., Montreal ($1,656.20)— 

1 Corliss automatic engine, 24-in. stroke, with 8 ft. fly wheel, pulley 14-in. face as per 
agreement , 

Cylinders, 2 h. p., and 2 1. p. bored and counterbored at ends, valve seats and sides planed 
with all flanges faced. 11,062 lbs. at oc 

Steam valve, 4|-in., 1 at $34 ; emery wheel wired, 24 x 2 x 2, 2 at $22. 80. 

Chapman valve : 6-in., 1 at $20.80 ; 4 in., 4 at $12.25 ; 2-in., 2 at $5 

C. I. Pulley, 60 x 15 x 3i-in., 1 at $45 ; silver solder, 1 oz., $1.50 

Taper shank twist drills," ^ to l&-in., 5 doz., $32.94 

1 adjustable ball and socket, $5.82 ; T. S. drills, 7, $8.44 . 

Leclaire & Lavallee, Sorel : blacksmith coal, 10^ tons at $5.75 ; slabs, 10 cords at $3 ; weigh 

ing, $3 ' 

Lemoine, P. C, Sorel: felt paper, 72 rolls at 35c; brooms, 7 doz. at $2.C0, 6 at $2.40; 

matches, lease, $4; tinned tacks, 48 lbs. at 9c; screws, 96 packgs., $14.64, 14 gross, 

$2.76; finishing nails, 100 lbs. at 5c; bailers, 2 doz. at $3.60; provisions, $35.76; sun 

dries, $45.02 

Levis Graving Dock, St. Joseph de Levis : Dredge No. 12, 150 tons, first day, docking, $300 

May 6-9, 4 days— 150 tons at 5c per ton each day, $30. 



Lewis Bros. & Co., Montreal ($12,801.40)— 

Table iron planer, complete with shaft and pulleys, 84 x 72 x 20 ft 

Universal radial drilling machine, complete, 6 ft < 

Combined straight and punching machine, 1 

1, 16-in. x 8 ft. engine lathe complete, with compound rest, &c , 

Moor's patent anti-friction pulley block, 10 tons capacity, 12 ft. lift 

Manilla rope, 2 to 8-in., 21,209 lbs. at 9|c; tarred heaving line, T V m «> 406 lbs. at lO^c; 

Russia halyard, 62| ft. at I55C 

1 suspension drilling machine, $160 ; Providence pump brake attachment, $76 

Surveyor's umbrellas, 2 at $27-50 ; lining 2 umbrellas, $7 ; No. 2 lever punches, 2 at $32.50 
Portland cement, 125 brls. at $2.35 ; pine pitch, 5 brls. at $2.85, 10 at $2.50 

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St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 

Brought forward 



Lewis Bros. & Co., Montreal— Con. 

Iron: black sheet, 12,088 lbs. at $2.50; wrought, 380 lbs. at 9k. ; galv., 130 lbs. at 5c • 

refined, 5,680 lbs. at $1.80, 15,225 lbs. at $1.75, 8,330 lbs. at $1.05 

Steel: shafting, 2f to 3-in., 2,870 lbs. at 2Jc, extra for 3-in. shafting, 780 lbs. at .'.<• : 

silver, 311 lbs. at 12Jc ." . ... Z 

Nuts : square, Jin., 800 lbs. at $4.50, g-in., 1,000 lbs. at $4.25, g-in., 3,100 lbs", at $4.05 

I to l|-in., 4,700 lbs. at $3.75 ; hex, § to U-in., 1,800 lbs., $87.60 

Chain : hand, 80 ft. at 35c.; short link galv., ft-in., 313 lbs. at 5c, |-in., 1,130 at 4fc 

1, No. 4, S. P. Blower with countershaft, $70 ; 1 refrigerator, $21 

Coach screws, I to 1 x 3 to 9-in., 740, $42.6(5 ; villa sets, 2 doz. at $9 

Sliding D locks, 2 doz. at $18, 6 locks at $2, 2 sets locks at $1.45 ; 1 awning, $44 .... 
Life preservers, 2 doz. at $15 ; hose, 1 x 3-in., 150 ft. at 15c; 1 oil pump, $8.50 

Judson globe valves, l^-in., 24 at $3.24, 2-A-in., 2 at $6.75, 3-in., 2 at $10.80 

Coe!s knife-handle gen. wrenches, 6 to 18-in., 6 doz., $59 ; knobs, ^ doz., $3.75 

Driving wheels, 2 at $5 ; ball gauge cocks, h to f-in., 3 doz. at $4.20 

Ratchet drills, 1 at $5, 2 at $4 ; peavies, h doz., $7.50 ; grindstone, 1,120 lbs. at lie 
Flanges, 24 at 20c; 1 rug, $5 ; brass tube, 43i ft., $7.61 ; die punches, 2 at $1.50 

Phosphor bronze, 400 lbs. at 25c; block tin, 311 lbs. at 27c 

Pig lead, 581 lbs. at 4£c, 2,122 lbs. at 4c; ingot copper, 40J lbs. at 20c. . . . ! . 

Boiled oil, 128« galls, at 52c; 14 wood blocks, 6 to 7-in., $18.40 

Lamp carbide, 200 lbs. at O^c; white waste, 535 lbs. at 7c ......... 

Oakum : American, 1,750 lbs. at 6|c; new hemp, 1,750 lbs. at 7c 

Bladder putty, 700 lbs. at 2go ; turpentine, 50 galls, at 47c 

Packing : asbestos metallic piston, 153 lbs. at 75c ; rainbow sheet, 514 lbs. at 55c. ; elec 
trie rubber back spiral, 76| lbs. at 46c; gum core, 208 lbs. at 30c; square flax, 395 

lbs. at 27c ... 

Asbestos mill board, 450 lbs. at 5c; mirrors, 1 at $6.25, 3 at $1.75 

Chairs, C. B., 6 at $3.25, chairs, 6 at $2, 12 at $1.50 ; 1 board, $8 '.'.'.'.'.'.'. ' '.'..'. 

Green Utopia dinner set, $30 ; chamber services, 9 pc, 5 at $2 

Soup tureens, 2 at $4.50 ; 1 cruet, selected, $7 ; 1 set table linen, $7.50 
Lamps, 1 at $6.50, 1 at $5 ; T. cloths, 2 at $3.20 ; tea spoons, 2 doz. at $3. . 
Tumblers, etched, 6 doz. at $3.25 ; tumblers, 2 doz. at $3.50, 1 at $3.75, 4 at $2 75 
Table knives, H doz. at $5.25 ; dessert knives, 1J doz., $7 ; table forks, 1 doz. at $5.50, 
1 at $0.15 ; dessert forks, 1 doz. at $5, 1 at $4.50 ; table spoons, 1 doz. at $5.50 1 at 

$4.40 ; dessert spoons, 1 doz. at $4.50, 1 at $4.25 

Sundry tableware and kitchen utensils, $116.95; sundry supplies, $46. 12 ; freight $3 70 
Marchand, J. T. & Co., Montreal ($13,393.36)— B 

B. C. fir at $45 : under 34 ft. in length, 156,672 ft.; over 34 ft. in length, 107,790 ft 

Flatted tamarack, 6,857 ft. at 15c; pine, 4,244 ft. at $12 

Spruce clapboards, T. & G., 1 x 6 x 12 to 13 in. : 27,536 ft. at $i.5 ... 

Limoges, Olivier, Montreal, lime, 13,600 lbs. at 30c 

Lizotte, P. L., Sorel, tallow, 1,273 lbs. at 7c '.'....!.'...... 

Martin, Alexis, Sorel : slabs, 10 cords at $3 ; unloading coal, 2,176 tons at 14c 

Martineau, J. E., Quebec : lanterns (copper), 6 at 85c; 1 lantern for mast, $2.25 ; slop pails 

6 at 55c ; scrubbers, 6 at 40c; sundries, $15.41 

Midvale Steel Co., Philadelphia: castings, 5,795 lbs. at 4^c, 3,524 lbs. at 41c.;' freight and 

express, $5.10 

Millette, Magloire, St. Joseph de Sorel : long flag poles, 300 at $10 per hundred -short flag! 
poles, 150 at $6 a 100 ; gaff hook poles, 200 at $12 a 100 ; sprucp poles, 150 at 15c 103 at 1 

12c , 20 at 75c 

Mitchell, Robert Co., Montreal : 1, f copper bend with fittings, $5.25; brass tube U in 134 

ft. at 20c : repairing, $49 .60 ' 

Montreal Pipe Foundry Co.: C. I. pipe, 4 to 8 in., 47,136 "lbs. at '$26 a' ton ';' crosses' tees I 

reducers, elbows, 1,753 lbs. at 2^c; 6 in., £ bend, 280 lbs. at 2Ac 
Moore, T. F. & Co., Montreal ($7,777.84)— 

Cumberland smith's coal, 285 14 gross tons at $4.25 

Sydney coal, 5 143 gross tons at $3.50 ; Newcastle steam, 1,S02 gross tons at $2 85 
Scotch steam, 190 gross tons at $2 . 85 1 ; carting and loading on boat, 190 tons at 30c 
Scotch grate, 250 4 gross tons at $2.85 ; cartage, loading, etc. 250 4 tons at 40c 

Munderloh & Co., Montreal, electrical supplies 

Macpherson, Alex., & Son. Montreal : steel plate, 55,186 lbs. at $1.90 : ' single belting 2 to 

2h in., 200 ft., $2u.50 ; split pulleys, 2, $3.45 ... . 
McAyity, T., & Sons, St. John ($468.86)— 

Elbows, nipples, tees, couplings, bushes, etc 

Water gauge columns, 2 at $17.50 ; packed steam cocks, 3, $7 

Valves : McA. Globe, 2-in., 12 at $4, l^-in., 12 at $2 75, £-in., 12 at $i.l6 ; check ' 2-i'n." 

12 at $3 . 75 

Steam cocks: 2-in„ 12 at $4.35; lj-in., 12 at 82 '.88;' li-in., 13 at $2.07 ; l-'in.',' 12 &i $1 49 
1, JV P. sight feed attachment for No. 4 McShane lubricator. 

McCarthy, D. J ., Sorel ($1,425.00)— 

Rent of shipyard, St. Joseph de Sorel, 12 m. to Jan. 1, 1899 

Rent of wharf at Sorel, 6 m. to Nov. 1, 1898 



1— 3q 



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$ cts. 
189,405 35 

851 79 
114 68 



467 90 


97 :« 


91 00 


00 66 


94 90 


61 00 


112 86 


62 75 


22 60 


34 50 


20 41 


183 97 


117 67 


85 31 


50 45 


236 25 


42 75 


601 63 


34 00 


57 50 


40 00 


23 50 


23 90 


41 25 


53 68 


166 77 


1,900 84 


1,079 48 


413 04 


40 80 


89 11 


334 64 



28 46 
415 64 

130 86 
57 60 

663 60 

1,211 89 
5,153 70 

598 50 

813 75 

77 11 

1,078 48 

151 61 
42 00 

139 20 

131 55 
4 50 

1,200 00 
225 00 



219,237 72 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1S98-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 



McDougall, John, Montreal, 1 marine boiler, complete with fittings, $2,600 ; cartage, $1 

McKenzie, M., & Co., Montreal: manilla rope, 2| to 6-in., 7,983 lbs. at 12^c; caulking 
cotton, 300 lbs. at lie; pine pitch, 15 brls. at $2.25 ; 1 piece lignum vitse, 425 lbs. at 6c; 
best rosin, 1,995 lbs. at $2.25, 80 lbs. for $2 ; tarpaulins, 10 x 12 ft, 3 at $6 ; steel blocks, 
6 to 7 in., 6, $11.50 

North American Transportation Co., Quebec ($27,132.97) — 

1 steel steam tug, " Eureka " (bill-of-sale dated July 21, 1898) 

Hire of tug " Eureka," June 9 to July 22, 1898, 44 d. at $18 

Supplies : coal, 60 tons at $3.50; 1 brl. pork, $17.50; butter, 1± tubs, $13.50; packing, 

30 lbs. at 85c; castor oil, 12 galls, at 50c; paint, 4 kegs, $16 ; cotton waste, 50 lbs., 

$5 ; sundries, $47.47 

Northey Manufacturing Co., Toronto, 1 duplex pump, 6 x 3^ x 7 

Nova Scotia Steel Co., New Glasgow : steel shafts, 4,795 lbs. at 4|c; pol. steel shafting, 3,776 

lbs. at ?2.50 ; S. K. mchy. steel, 842 lbs. at $2, less freight, $2.35 

Paradis, C O., Sorel : costumes, caps and sweaters, 7 at $11 .95 ; blankets, 3 prs. at $5.60, 3 

at $5.40, 4 at $5 ; carpet, 70£ yds. at 7£e, 23| at 60c; oilcloth, 6J yds. at $1.15, 79| yds. 

at 50c, 9£ yds. at 40c, 14 yd"s. at 30c ; repp, 49i yds. at 80c, 10 at 75c; white cotton, 36 

yds. at 30c, 20 at 12c, 255^ at 10c, 20 at 8c, 78 at 5c; red cotton, 28 yds. at 12|c, 205 

at 10c; ticking, 52^ yds. at 25c, 18 at 18c, 163^ at 15c; duck, 40^ yds. at 15c, 45 at 10c; 

table linen, 15 yds. at 80c; 1 table cloth, $4 ; napkins, 15f doz., $23.45 ; bath towels, 12 

at 65c; quilts, 20, $34.20 ; curtains, 2Qh yds. at 30c; 1 English flag, 18 ft. $18 ; 1 French 

flag, 18 ft., $18 ; 1 Dominion flag, 24 ft., $24 ; sundries, $47.01 

Patenaude, N. F., Sorel ($3,380.85)— 

Castings: brass, 217 lbs. at 25c, l,393i at 20c, 60 at 10c; bronze, 823| lbs. at 10c, 33 lbs. 
$9.20 ; copper, 12 lbs. at 25c; iron, 19,083 lbs. at 3c, 89,289 at 2ic, 3,555 at He . . . 

Bronze packing, 48 lbs. at 28c. ; 1 bronze link, black, 26 lbs. at 28o . 

Lead weights, 1,158 lbs. at 5c; sundries, $3.20 , 

Paul, Olivier, Sorei : sledge handles, 13 doz. at $1 50 ; sledge hammer handles, 8 doz., $9.30 ; 

tough elm, 9 x 6-in., 31 pieces at 15c 

Paul, Veuve, St. Joseph de Sorel : ferriage for season 1898, $25 ; sundry, $13.60 

Peloquin, Laurent, Sorel : flag poles, 79 at 16c ; gaff poles, 178 at 10c ; long spruce poles, 108 

at $16 a 100 

Piatt, N. M., Sorel : square pine, 3,634 ft. b. m. at $14 ; 1 lot spars and floaters, $15 

Pontbriand & Frere, Sorel ($2,612.33)— 

2 cylinders and 1 intermediate finished as per agreement 

1 steam reversing for new tug, $200 ; 4 brackets, $56 

1 throttle valve, $36 ; 1 cast iron elbow for same, $5 . 25 ; 1 ball cock, $4.75 

Castings, 13,440 lbs. at 4£e, 19,984 at 3c, 16,484 at 2|c 

Brass dead lights, 9 at $2.50 ; steel wire cloth, 1 pc, 7 ft. x 48 in., $11.20 

Planing, 25 d. at $6 ; helpers, $6.25 ; turning and finishing, 2 — 3-in. shaft., $18.60 

Whitewood, 2-in., 3,337 ft. at $36.55 ; sundries, $46.94 

Proulx, J. A. , Sorel, 5 pieces elm. , 159J ft. at 30c 

Poulin, P. & Co., Montreal, wild duck feathers, 50 lbs. at 50c , 

Proctor, J. O., Brighton : white oak timber, 47,461ft. at $38 : 1 piece rejected oak, half price, 

481 ft. at $19 ; less towing, $55 

Renaud, King & Patterson, Montreal : steamer chairs, 6 at $2.70 ; feather pillows, 3 pairs at 

$4.05; 1 mattress, $4 ; camp stools, 12 at 60c; perf. seat stools, 6 at 65c; c s. rockers, 2 

at $1.45 

Rice, Sharpley & Sons, Montreal : imperial tracing cloth, 38-in., 1 roll, $6.50 ; prepared blue 

print paper, 15 rolls, at $1 . 20 , 

Richard, Alcide, Sorel: 1 mattress, $4; 1 bed, spring, $3; stools, 27 at 50c; 1 black walnut 

table, $3 ; sundries, $3.60 : 

Robertson, Thos. & Co., Montreal : B. B. cone head rivets, ^ x J-in., 400 lbs. at $3.75 ; § to § 

xl|to2i-in., 16,900 lbs. at $3.20; nipples, plugs, unions, bushings, &c, 396, $39.09; 

elbows and tees, 214f lbs., $23.45 ; iron, galv., 280 lbs. at $3.90 ; iron pipe, H-in., 398 T ^ 



ft. at $5.92, 1^-in., 411| at $4.71, 1-in., 823^ ft. 



.91; f-in., 812 ft., $20.78; ftoi-in., 



782§ft., $14.95; 7-in. x 12 jV ft., $7.64; Armstrong's stocks and die, 2 sets, $28.80; roll 

brass, 126^ lbs. at 15|c; metallic valves, 5 to 1-in., 18, $11.13; 2 pipe cutters, $6.90; 

Stillson's pipe wrenches, 2, $7 ; emb. closets, 2, $7.10 ; 1 pipe vise, $3.50 ; sundries, $40.57 

Rouleau, John, Sorel, bricks, 100,000 at $5 

Royal Electric Co., Montreal ($242.18)— 

Repairing 1 D. C. armature : labour, $47 . 48 ; material, $11 . 98 ; packing, $1 . 15 , 

Expenses examining machines, $21.40 ; Koch woven wire brushes, 8 at $2.50 

Lamps : 50 c p., 50 at 75c ; 32 c p., 24 at 35c ; 10 c p., 85 at 23c 

Edison key sockets, 110 at 18c; No. 16 c c cable, 166§ yds. at $5 a 100 

S. P. black Byng switches, 10 amp., 6 at 70c, 5 amp., 6 at 55c; sundries, $39.09 



Sadler & Haworth, Montreal ($690.47)— 

Double" leather belting, "Crown Brand," 10-in., 30 ft. at $1.29, 8-in., 44 ft. at $1.02, 
6-in., 578 ft. at 76c, 5-in., 100 ft. at 63c, 4-in., 175 ft. at 50c 

Single leather belting, " Crown Brand," 2i-in., 30 ft., $4.86 ; lace leather, 17| lbs. at 70c 
Schutte, L. & Co., Philadelphia : 7 injectors, No. 5, 2 at $39 ; No. 6, 5 at $42.25 



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219,237 72 
2.601 00 



1,115 71 

26,000 00 
792 00 



340 97 
108 00 



324 6^ 



621 97 



3,299 03 


20 72 


61 10 


33 45 


38 60 


47 72 


65 87 


350 00 


256 00 


46 00 


1,582 88 


33 70 


174 85 


168 90 


47 85 


25 00 



1,757 66 

46 35 
24 50 

27 10 



869 44 
500 00 

60 61 
41 40 
65 45 
28 13 
46 59 



673 36 

17 11 

289 25 



261,840 66 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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St. Lawrence Snip Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Sclater, \Vm. & Co., Montreal: Rainbow sheet rubber, J-in, 106^ lbs. at 50c. 
lbs. at 5c. ; steel blocks, 8-in., 2 at $1 .65 



asbestos, 548 



Sheppard, Jas. & Son, Sorel ($6,498.60)— 

Pine : 167 ft. at $45, 6,890$ ft. at $40, 5,884? ft. at $35, 2,122* ft. at $30, 15,978 ft ft. at 

125, 154i ft. at $24, 301ft. at $23, 4,047 ft. at $22, 2,9834 ft. at $20, 4,284jV ft. at 

sis, 3,024?, ft. at 817, 2,659 ft. at $16, 25 ft. at $15, 2,234 ft. at $14, 90 ft. at $13. . . 
Spruce : 755£ ft. at $25, 2,680 at $22, 268 at $20, 3,678§ at $18, 3,7574 at $16, 10,231 at 

$15, 148,744 T v at $14, 8,233| at $13, 29,184.', at $12, 26,298 at $11 

Hemlock : 2,700 ft. at $14, 8,655^ ft. at $12 ; lin. T. & G., 35,000 at $11 ; nikt, 3,001 

ft. at $10, 4,070 ft. at $9.50 

Tamarack : 4.118& ft. at $25, 103f 5 at $14 ; flat, 600 lin. ft. at 9c 

Cedar : 820 ft. at $25, 88 lin. ft. at 8c. ; square, 12 pes. at 80c 

Hemlock and spruce, 5,382 ft. at $11 ; laths, 5 M. at $1 50, 5 at $1 .25 

Cedar shingles, 46 M. at $2.50 ; basswood, 134 ft. at $30, 393^ at $25, 44 at $18 



Spruce corner heads : 17 ft. long, 190 pes. at 15c; 13 ft. long, 190 pes. at 8t 



Sawing, 28,021 ft. at $1.25, 54,256 at 80c. ; 2 large pes., $4.50 

Casings, 1 x 5-in. 32 lengths at 25c. ; baseboard, 249 lin. ft. at 2ic 

Masts, 4, 12 ft., 2, 22 ft., $5 ; cartage, $4.80 ; small items, $140 ."58 

Signam, James, diver, 2 d. at $10 ; travel and outlay $4.25 

Simard, F., Quebec: table cloths, 1 at $4, 5 at $3.50; napkins, 2 doz. at $3.60, 2 at $3; 

mirrors, 2 at $1 . 25 
Sincennes-McNaughton Line, Montreal, towing raft : Montreal to Sorel, $50 ; Napoleon 

Bridge to Black's Bridge, $5 
St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary : macadam stone, 4 '275 toise at $4 ; 5 blocks of stone, $12.90 ; 

cartage, $S . 54 ; loading. 30c 

Sunstrum, John, Ottawa : rock elm, 1,352 cub. ft. at 39c. ; less freight, $57.06 



Tourville Lumber Mills Co., Montreal ($1,277.30) : 

A. spruce, 1 to 2-in., 34,769 ft. at $9.25 ; A. pine, 1 to 2-in., 63,065 ft. at $11 

Cull pine, 1 in., 20.267 ft. at $8 ; market pine, 1 in., 2,979 ft. at $27 

Spruce, 4th q. 3 x9 x 12 to 13, 2,097 ft. at $9.25 

Trempe, A. E., Sorel : London lump packing salt, 12 tons at $10 ; heavy polished door latches, 
14 at $1; Def ranee globe stoves, 2 at $5.50; special boring machines, 2, $10; boring 
machine augers, J doz., $5.59 ; special augers, 2, $4.75 ; paint brushes, 9, $9.30 ; washers, 
1,150 lbs., $54.80 ; nails, l|-in., 2 kegs at $2.50, 3 to 4 in, 7 kegs at $2.10 ; cut nails, 2 
kegs at $2.20; finishing nails, 630 lbs., $20.58; clout nails, 39 lbs., $3 02; glass, 298 
panes, $26.74 ; sledge handles, 18 doz. at $1.50 ; hickory sledge handles, 13^ doz. at $1.70 ; 
hammer handles, 26^ doz. at 65c. ; axe handles, 6 doz. at $1.50, 2 at 1 ; tar marlin, 62 
pkgs. at lie. ; sundries, $61 .82 



Veillet, George., Quebec, piloting tugs, '' Eureka," " Ottawa " and " Activity "..... 

Weir, J. & R., Montreal : 1 marine boiler, $2,995 ; Weir's bur punch, 2 at $40 ; 3, 18-in. 

hangers, boxes, and bolts, $33.30: 1, 4 in., W. marine angle valve, $32.50 ; 1, 5 ft. steer 

wheel, $18 

White, W. G, Montreal, 1 navy type boiler 19 x 7-ft 

Williams, A. & R., & Co., Montreal: 1 Reeves pulley, 50 x 4, $10.69; comb. Ingals tube 

cleaners, 2 to 3 in., 18, $39.38 ; patent wood split pulleys, 8, $34.94 

Wurtele, J. W. & Co., Ottawa : asbestos cement, 356 ft. at 25c. ; glue 1^ gall, at $4 ; cotton 

78 yds. at 7c , 

Freight and express: Can. Express Co., $61.05; Dominion Express Co., $3.85; R. & O 

Nav. Co., $520.34 ; South Shore Ry., $1,301.79 ; United Counties Ry., $132.82 



Payments under $20: provisions, $56.28; travel and outlay, $65.09; washing for dredges, 
$54.54; hardware, $60.38; dry goods, $33.75; lumber, $28.75; labour, $37.18; ground 
rent for beacons &c, $21 ; board, $16.85 ; meals, 68, $10.20 ; kitchen utensils and table- 
ware, $26.03; fixings for stairs, $15.70; smith work, $20.20; postage, $25; 3 valves, 
$19.36; lime, $16 91 ; rent of telephone 1 year, $15; special globes, 24, $12.24 ; sand- 
stone, 4 brls, at $2.75 ; sand, 25 loads at 40c. ; charts, 8, $10.60 ; towing scow, $10 ; 
tallow, 100 lbs., $10 ; straw, $9.90 ; brooms. 12 doz. at 75c. ; views of ship channel, $7.50 ; 
pure sheet rubber, 1A\ lbs. at 45c. ; 2 forges, $6 ; sundry small items, $56 .48 



Stationery Office, Ottawa, $1,030.09 ; Queen's Printer's account, $174.15 

Howden, Jas., superintendent, travelling expenses, including board, July- J an., 1899 

Detailed in 1897-8 (Page Q— 29) 

Datailed under " Ottawa Buildings, Lighting " (Page Q — 73) 

Department at Ottawa. 

Salaries of Ottawa officials (Page Q — 11) 

Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q— 262) 

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cts. 



261,840 66 



83 95 



1,315 17 


3,191 93 


595 34 


158 39 


37 14 


72 95 


129 64 


44 65 


788 78 


14 23 


150 38 


24 25 


37 20 


55 00 


38 84 


470 22 


1,015 33 


242 57 


19 40 



450 49 


25 00 


3,158 80 
2,600 00 


85 01 


100 46 


2,019 85 



681 48 

1,204 24 

540 83 

1,725 46 

49 00 



2,083 30 
393 72 



285,443 66 



Q-36 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



St. Lawrence Snip Channel — Continued. 

Brought forward . 

Hydrographic Survey of St. Lawrence. 
Hydrographic survey as detailed below (Page Q — 39) 

Less : Placing buoys, May, 1898 $136 20 

Syracuse Smelting Works, steel scrap, 89 "24 tons at $5.50 490 95 

Marine Dept., tug " John Pratt " bringing in Lake St. Peter 

light ship to Sorel 173 15 

Charged to Ship Channel, 1899-1900 416 66 

Total carried to page Q — 2 

Hydrographic Survey of St. Lawrence. 

Engineer in charge, Eugene D. Lafleur, Aug. 1st to Dec. 31st, 1898, 153 d. at $5.50 ; travel 

and outlay, $900 

Assistant, Arthur Amos., 365 d. at $4; travel and outlay, $157.95 

R. Bickerdike, jr., 365 d. at $4 ; travel and outlay, $235.88 

C. F. X. Chaloner, 365 d. at $4 ; travel and outlay, $151,29 

,i E. F. Gingras, 365 d. at $3 ; travel and outlay, $92.88 

P. E. Parent, 365 d. at $4 ; travel and outlay, $134.22 

A. R. Shehyn, 365 d. at $2 ; travel and outlay, $70.15 

J. A. Chabbt, July. Oct., 121 d. at $2.50 ; travel and outlay, $23.60 

Chas. McGreevy, 365 d. at $2.50 ; travel and outlay, $125.54 

H. Melanyon, 365 d. at $2 ; travel and outlay, $86.67 

E. O. Roy, 365 d. at $2 ; travel and outlay, $90.24 

Arnet, Joseph, labourer, 13| d. at $1 ; Arpin, Joseph, labourer, 10J d. at$l 

Auge, H., labour, 11 d. at$l ; Auge, L., labour, 13 d. at $1 ; Auge, P., labour, 12 d. $1 

Auge, W., labourer, 11 d. at $1 ; Aussant, L. boy, 28^ d. at 50c 

Aussant, J. Bte. : sounder, 20| d. at $1.25 ; chainman, 19 d. at $1.25 

Bacon, A., labourer, 21 d. at $1 ; Beaulac, G., reg. of soundings, 40i d. at $1.50 

Baribeau, E. : chainman, 26 d. at $1.25 ; labourer, 124 d. at $1.50 . . . 

Beauregard, M., labourer, 16 d. at $1 ; Boudreau, E., labourer, 12 d. at $1 

Belanger, L., labourer, 19 d. at $1 ; BeMerose, E., reg of soundings, 31 d. at $1.50 

Berard, N. : chainman, 34 d. at $1.25 ; sounder, 19 d. at $1.25 

Berthiaume, A., sounder, 19h d. at $1.25 ; Bienvenu, N., chainman, 39 d. at $1.25 

Blais, H., labourer, 27 d. at $1 ; Blais, H. jr., boy, 28| d. at 50c 

Blais, W., labourer, 3 d. at $1, boy, 20 d. at 50c ; Blais, Z.j sounder, 31 d. at $1.25 

Boisjole, J., labourer, 10^ d. at $1 ; Bonin, Oct., labourer, 12^ d. at $1 

Boucher, B. labourer, 12 d. at $1 : Boucher, J. B., labourer, 40 d. at $1 

Boucher, Theo., labourer, 56 d. at $1 ; Boudreault, A., labourer, 12 d. at $1 

Bourdon, A., sounder, 6 d. at $1.25, labour, 6 d. at $1 ; Bourdon, J., labourer, 18J d. at $1. . . 

Bourdon, Norbert, sounder, 17^ d. a>". $1.25 ; labourer, 1 d. at $1 

Bourdon, Nap., labourer, 10| d. at $1 ; Bourdon, T., labourer, 18| d. at $1 

Bourque, J. B., labourer, 11^ d. at $1 ; Bouvier, J., labourer, 10 d. at $1 . . 

Bruneau, A., labourer, 54| d. at $1 ; Bruneau, Jos., labourer, 55^ d. at $1 

Bruneau, Wm., labourer, 43^ d. at $1 ; Cantara, E., labourer, 11| d. at $1 

Carignan, Horm., boatman, June, July, 5^ d. at $1.50 

Caisse, E. reg. of soundings, 13 d. at $1.50 ; Cantara, J., labourer, 11J d. at $1 

Cardin, Nap., sounder, 51 d. at $1.25 ; Cardin, P., carter, 7 J d. at $1.25, labour, 5 d. at $1. . . 

Caron, Arthur : labourer, 124 d. at $1.50, 7 at $1 ; sounder, 4 d. at $1.25 

Caron, F. A., chainman, 52 d. at $1.25 ; Casavent, Chas., sounder, 23 d. at $1.25 

Cedras, A., labourer, 50 d. at $1 ; Champagne, Alfred, labourer, 11 d. at $1 

Chagnon, A., chainman, 163 d. at $1.50, 30 at $1.25 ; Champagne, A., labour, 18 d. at $1 

.Champagne, C. labourer, 19 d. at $1 ; Champagne, D., labourer, 10 d. at $1 

Champagne, E., labourer, 19 d. at $1 ; Champagne, J. L., labourer, 10 d. at $1 

Champagne, Z., labourer, 12i d. a't $1 ; Chapdelaine, J., sounder, 19 d. at$1.25 

Chapdelaine, Pierre, jr., labourer, 12 d. at $1 ; Chapdnlaine, D., sr., labourer, 11 d. at $1 

Chenevert, Cuthbert, booker of soundings, 56 d. at $1.50 

Chevrier, Adel., boy, 24^ d. at 50c ; Chevrier, Arthur, labourer, 35^ d. at $1 

Chevrier, E., labourer, 33& d. at $1 ; Chevrier, David, sounder, 33 d. at $1.25 

Chevrier, Daniel : sounder, 10 d. at $1.25 ; labourer, 13 d. at $1 

Chevrier, Xavier, labourer, 36^ d. at $1 ; Chiquette, J. M. L., chainman, 45 d. at $1.25 

Chieoine," Jos. : sounder, 20 d. at $1.25 ; labourer, 3 d. at $1 

Chretien, P., labourer, 11 d. at $1 ; Corbeil, P. jr., labourer, 17 d. at $1 ', 

Corbeil, P., sr., labourer, 12 d. at $1 ; Cote, O., labourer, 11 d. at $1 

Coulcombe, Jos., labourer, 56 d. at $1 ; Courchesne, L., labourer, 31 d. at $1 

Courchesne, W., labourer, 35 d. at $1 ; Cournoyer, Chas. jun., labourer, 35 d. at $1 

Cournoyer, Chas., sr., team, 62^ d. at $2.50 ; Cournoyer, J., labourer, 37 d. at $1 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
285,443 66 

30,801 65 



316,245 31 



1,216 96 



315,028 35 



1,741 50 


1,617 95 


1,695 88 


1,611 29 


1,187 88 


1,594 22 


800 15 


331 10 


1,038 04 


S16 67 


820 24 


24 00 


36 00 


25 25 


49 38 


81 75 


218 50 


28 00 


65 50 


66 25 


73 13 


41 25 


51 75 


23 00 


52 00 


68 00 


32 00 


22 88 


29 00 


21 50 


110 00 


55 00 


8 25 


31 00 


78 13 


198 00 


93 75 


61 00 


300 00 


29 00 


29 00 


36 25 


23 00 


84 00 


47 75 


74 75 


25 50 


92 75 


28 01 


28 00 


23 00 


87 00 


70 00 


193 25 


16,070 45 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-37 



Mydrograpliic Survey ol" St. Lawrence — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Cournoyer, L., labour, 31| d. at $1 ; Cournoyer, N., labour, 15 d. at $1, boy, 27^ d. at 50c. . . 

Cournoyer, P., labourer, 15 d. at $1 ; Daigneault, P., labourer, 13^ d. at $1 

Daigle, A. : chainman, 7i d. at $1.25; sounder, 8 d. at $1.25 . ... 

Dal court, Jos., labourer, 10 d. at $1 ; Davian, A., labourer, 18 d. at $1 

Deslauriers, A., labourer, 14 d. at $1 ; Deslauriers, W., labourer, 10 d. at $1 

Des Rosiers, Alex. : sounder, 5 d. at $1.25 ; labourer, 13 d. at $1 

Des Rosiers, J. L., labourer, 13 d. at $1 ; Desy, E., chainman, 17 d. at $1.25, labour, 7 d. at$l. 

Dorion, Albert, reg. of soundings, 38^ d. at $1.50 ; Doucet, W., labourer, 12^ d. at $1 

Dounais, W., labour, 9 d. at $1, boy, 14 d. at 50c. ; Ducharme, N., labour, 14^ d. at $1 

Dumas, Adel, labourer, 49 d. at $1 ; Dumas, H., labourer, 11 d. at $1 

Dumas, N., labourer, 37 d. at $1 ; Dumas, Paul, labourer, 12 d. at $1 

Dumas, Pierre, labourer, 13 d. at $1 ; Dupuis, O., labourer, 33 d. at $1 , 

Dupuis, W., sounder, 10 d. at $1.25 ; Dutrembles, C, labourer, 10 d. at $1 

Dutrembles, P., labourer, 10 d. at $1 ; Duval, J., labourer, 11 d. at $1 

Faford, Nap., sounder, 8 d. at $1.25 ; Ferland, Alex., jun., labourer, 15 d. at $1 

Ferland, Alex., sen., labourer, 10 d. at $1 ; Filot, H., labourer, 28i d. at $1 

Gagnon, John, team, 50 d. at $2.50 ; Gervais, G., labourer, 20 d. at $1 

Gervais, 0., labourer, 35 d. at $1 ; Ginguere, A., labourer, 18^ d. at $1 r ... . 

Girard, J. J., labourer, 10 d. at $1 ; Girard, J. M., labourer, 10 d. at $1 , 

Girard, P., labourer, 10 d. at $1 ; Gobeil, A., labourer, 13 d. at $1 

Godin, A., labourer, 66 d. at $1.50 ; Gouin, G., labourer, 20^ d. at $1. 

Goyette, H., labourer, 17h d. at $1 ; Gravel, A., labourer, H"d. at $1 

Harpin, J., labourer, 15 d. at $1 ; Hebert, F., labourer, 20J d. at $1 , , 

Heroux, E., labourer, 11 d. at $1 ; Heroux, S., labourer. 11 d. at $1 

Hervieux, A., labourer, 12^ d. at $1 ; Heriault, V., booker, 9J d. at $1 .50 

Hervieux, J., sounder, 15i d. at $1 .25 ; Hervieux, N., labourer, 10 d. at $1 

Hetu, Hercule : sounder, ~50i d. at $1.25 ; labourer, 52 d. at $1 50 

Joly, Ed., labourer, 19 d. at $1 ; Joly, H., labourer, 12 d. at $1 

Joly, Jos. , labourer, 19 d. at $1 

Joly, Oct., labourer, 14 d. at $1 ; Joubert, A., labourer, 31 d. at $1 

Jussaume, A., chainman, 30^ d. at $1.25 ; Jussaume, Ed., chainman, 31. d. at $1.25. ... , 

Jussaume, D., labourer, 14 cl. at $1 ; Jussaume, Elz., chainman, 32 d. at $1.25 

Jussaume, S. : labourer, 49 d. at $1.50 ; chainman, 10 d. at $1.25; Kane, A. : sounder, 10 d. 
at $1 . 25 ; labourer, 1 a. at $1 

Labricque, H. : reg. of soundings, 19^ d. at $1.50 ; sounder, 1 d. at $1.25 

Labricque, Jos. : .reg. of soundings, 13i d. at $1.50; sounder, 1 d. at $1.25; labourer, 1 
d. at$l 

Labricque, W., sounder, 12| d. at $1.25 ; Lachapelle, A., labourer, 16 d. at $1 

Lafleche, Felix, boatman, June- July, 5| d. at $1 . 75 

Lafleur, Honore, chainman, 11 d. at $1.25 ; Lafleur, Horm., chainman, 29 d. at $1.25 

Laforest, Jos., jun. : labour, 3 d. at $1.25; sounder, 10 d. $1.25 ; Laforest, Jos., sen., chain- 
man, 52 d. at $1.25 

Laforest, L., chainman, 49 d. at $1 .25 ; Lagasse, H., labourer, 14 d. at $1 

Lamoureux, P. E., reg. of soundings, 26 d. at $1.50 ; Langlois, A., labour, 10 d. at $1 

Lanciault, N., labourer, llh d. at $1 ; Laprade, G., labourer, 17^ d. at $1 

Langlois, Simon : carter, 47 d. at $2.50 ; labourer, 129 d. at $1.50 

Laroche, Jos., labourer, 18 d. at $1 ; Latour, Ed., labourer, 22 d. at $1 

Latour, P., labourer, 39 d. ab $1 ; Lavallee, H., labourer, 19 d. at $1 

Lavallee, Jos., labourer, 18 d. at $1 ; Lavallee, M., labourer, 13 d. at $1 

Lavallee, P., labourer, 17 d. at $1 ; Lavigne, A., labourer, 22 d. at $1 

Lavigne, Elz., labourer, 11 d. at $1 ; Leclaire, F., labourer, 13 d. at $1 

Letendre, P., labourer, 25| d. at $1 ; Manderville. F., labour, 20 d. at $1 

Marcotte, John, boatman, July-June, 2d. at $1 . 75 . 

Martin, V., chainman, 9 d. at $1.25 ; Masse, Wm., labourer, 43 d. at $1 

Mayrand, F., reg. of soundings, 9£ d. at $1.50 ; Millette, N., labour, 19 d. at $1 

Mercure, J. N. : reg. of soundings, 54 d. at $1.50; chainman, 90 d. at $1.50; labour, 78 d. 
at $1 . 50 

Millette, S., labourer, 12 d. at $1 ; Niquette, G., labourer, 12| d. at $1 

Page, Jos., sounder, 55 d. at $1 .25 ; Paul, A., labourer, 10.7 d. at $1 

Paul, H., labourer, 15 d. at $1 ; Paul, Jos., labourer, lOi ± at $1. 

Paul, M., labourer, 15J d. at $1 ; Paul, Nap., labourer, 10^ d. at $1 

Paul, Nap. (fils Pierre)", labourer, 10i d. at $1 ; Pepin, Chas., labourer, 30 d. at $1 

Peloquin, D. : chainman, 10 d. at $1.25 ; sounder, 27 d. at $1 .25 , 

Peloquin, E., labourer, 11 d. at $1 ; Peloquin, Jos., labourer, 35^ d. at $1 

Peloquin, Jos., boy, 20 d. at 50c. ; Peloquin, M., labourer, 35 d. at $1 

Peloquin, Nap., labourer, 32 d. at $1 ; Peloquin, P., labourer, 37i d. at $1 

Peloquin, P., sen., sounder, 20 d. at $1.25 ; Perron, G., labourer," 13 d. at $1 

Perron, Jos., labourer, 14 d. at $1 ; Perron, T., labourer, 10 d. at $1 

Prevost, P., chainman, 40 d. at $1.25 ; Provencal, E., labourer, 10.^ d. at $1 

Provencal, P., labourer, 10| d. at $1 ; Ralston, T., booker of soundings, 41 d. at $1.50 

Rajotte, O., labourer, 1H d. at $1 ; Rondeau, A., labourer, 19i d. at $1 

Robillard, A., labourer, lOh d. at $1 ; Robillard, J., labourer, 13 d. at $1 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 

10,070 45 

60 25 
28 50 
19 38 
28 00 

24 00 

19 25 
41 25 
70 25 

30 50 
60 00 

49 00 
46 00 

22 50 

21 00 

25 00 

38 50 
145 00 

53 50 

20 00 

23 00 
119 50 

28 50 
35 50 

22 00 

26 75 

29 38 
148 63 

31 00 
19 00 
45 00 
T6 88 

54 00 

99 50 

30 50 

22 50 

31 63 
9 63 

50 00 

81 26 
75 26 
49 00 
29 00 
311 00 
40 00 
58 00 
31 00 

39 00 

24 00 

45 75 
3 50 

54 25 
33 25 

333 00 

24 75 
79 25 

25 50 

26 00 

40 50 

46 25 
46 50 
45 00 
69 50 
38 00 
24 00 
60 50 
72 00 
31 00 

23 50 



19,634 75 



Q-38 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Hydrograpliic Survey of St. Lawrence — Continued. 



Brought forward 



2:.. 



Rondeau, T., labourer, 11| d. at $1 ; Roy, B., sounder, 19 d. at $1 

Roy, Daniel : sounder, 12^ d. at $1.25 ; labourer, 10 d. at $1 

Salvail, O., labourer, 10^ d. at $1 ; St. Laurent, A., labourer, 13 d. at $1 

St. Laurent, Chas., labourer, 10 d. at $1 ; St. Laurent, L., labourer, 14 d. at $1 

St. Laurent, W., labourer, 14 d. at $1 ; St. Martin, Adel., labourer, 19 d. at $1 

St. Martin, Arthur, labourer, 25^ d. at $1 ; St. Martin, Jos., labourer, 23 d. at $1 

St. Martin, Noe, labourer, llf d."at $1 ; St. Martin, P., boy, 20 d. at 50c 

St. Martin, Pierre, labourer, 25 d. at $1 ; St. Pierre, F., labourer, 15| d. at $1 

Thibaudeau, A., jr., sounder, 17 d. at $1.25 ; Tremblay, M., labourer, 11^ d. at $1 

Tremblay, Jos. : reg. of soundings, 5 d. at $1.50 ; labourer, 6 d. at $1 

Valois, Jos., labourer, 44 d. at $1 ; Valois, J., labourer, 10 d. at $1 , 

Vandal, Oct. : sounder, 13 d. at $1. 25 ; labourer, 2 d. at $1 

Payments under $10 : carters, 2 d. at $1.75 ; reg. of soundings, 8 d. at $1.50 ; sounders, 19 d. 
at $1.25 ; 116 labourers, in all, 543^ d. at $1 ; 18 boys, 111* d. at 50c 

Chagnon, F. N., Sorel : 1 stove, $4 ; baskets, 12 at 40c. ; brushes, combs and sponges, $4.75 ; 
butter, 65 lbs., $13.10; oysters, 4 brls., $21.25; groceries and provisions, $260.22; 
sundries, $9.92 

Dandonneau, Louis, He du Pas, compensation for cutting trees on farm property in connection 
with survey lines 

de Grandpre, Paul, He Dupas, compensation for cutting trees on farm property in connection 
with survey lines •. 

de Grandpre, Wilfrid, He Dupas, compensation for cutting trees on farm property in connec- 
tion with survey lines 

Demaray, P. P., Berthierville : rent of horse and rig, Aug. 20 to Feb. 10, 1899, double, 43 d. 
at $2.50; single, 57 d. at $1.25; driving, June 27-July 26, 21 d. at $1.25; moving the 
cabin, $1.25 

Dominion Foundry, Sorel : castings, 66,867 lbs. at 2^c. ; rent of tug, 2 d. at $5 

Ducharme, Cyrille, Lanoraie, rent of office and storeroom, July 1-Oct. 31, 1898, 122 d. at 60c. . 

Filiatrault, A., Berthierville, repairing chains, chisels, etc 

Finlay, D., & Son, Sorel : white cotton, 77yds. at8c; red cotton, 110yds. at8c; sundries, $4.35. 

Guilmette, H., & Co., Berthierville, use of office, Oct. 1-Feb. 16, 4^ m. at $5 

Hearn & Harrison, Montreal : transits, 2 at $190 ; chain, 200 ft., $34.75 ; 1 24-in. steel triangle, 
$29.85 ; 1 clock, $8 ; repairs to instruments, $37.75 ; sundries, $12.23 ; express, $1.25 ... 

Lachapelle, Leon, Sorel, provisions 

Langlois, A., Sorel, rubber boots, 3 prs. at $5, 1 at $4.50 

Langlois, S., Vercheres, hire of horse and rig, July 1-Nov. 12, 1898, 135 d. at $1 

Masse, Jos., Berthierville: June 27-Feb. 16, 1899, 10 trips (2 horses) at $2.50; 182 trips (1 
horse) at $1.25 ; sundry trips, $17.50 j 

Matton, P. A., Sorel, mitts for sounder, 2 doz. at $5. , 

Mitchell, Robert, Co., Montreal : sounding chains, 103 ft. long, 22 at $11 ; brass handles for 
sounding chain, 12 at $1 ; spring brass wire, 30 lbs. at 22c. ; gas portables, 3 at $5, 1 at 
$2 ; sundries, $7.54 

Robitaille, Marie Louise, cleaning offices at Sorel, Dec.-Apl., 5 m. at $3 

St. Jean, Ulric, Contrecoeur, sundries, $13.10 ; Tellier, J. O., rent of steam launch, 5 d. at $2.50 

Tranchemontagne, Ls., Berthier, 1 pr. rubber boots, $4 ; sundries, $13.64 

Gauge keeping — 

Berthierville, Jos. Larose, Dec. 7- June 30, 206 d. at 25c 

Boucherville : Nap. Sicotte, July, 31 d. at 25c. ; Arthur Thomas, Aug.-Sept., 61 d. at 25c; 

Toussaint Lachambre, Oct. -June, 262 d. at 25c 

Contrecoeur, M. St. Jean, to June 30, 365 d. at 25c 

Lanoraie, Cyrille Ducharme, to June 30, 365 d. at 25c . . 

Lavaltrie, Frs. Dejordy, to June 30, 365 d. at 25c 

Longue Pointe, Pascal Renaud, to June 30, 365 d. at 25c 

Pointe aux Trembles, Theodule Archambault, to June 30, 365 d. at 25c 

Port St. Francis, P. Brassard, July 1-Nov. 30, May 1-June 30, 214 d. at 25c 

Stone Island, O. Salvail : July 1-Nov. 30, May 1-June 30, 214 d. at 25c; Mar. 4-15, 10 d. 

at $1.25 I 

Varennes, Arthur Jodouin, to June 30, 365 d. at 25c , .... 

Vercheres, H. Larose, to June 30, 365 d. at 25c 

Board of engineers and assistants : Amos, A., July 1-June 15, 298 d. at $1 ; Bickerdike, R., 
jr., July 1-June 25, 341 d. at $1 ; Chabot, J. A., July 1-Nov. 3, 111^ d. at $1 ; Chaloner, 
C. F. X., Dec. 13-A.pl. 24, llfij d. at $1 ; Gingras, E. F., Dec. 13-Apl. 24, 114| d. at $1 ; 
Melancon, H., July 1-June 15, 339 d. at $1 ; McGreevy, C, July 1 to June 30, 340i d. at 
$1 ; Parent, P. E., Dec 4- June 30, 195| d. at $1 ; Roy, E. O., July 1-June 27, 336| d. at 
$1 ; Shehyn, A. R., July 1-June 30, 357| d. at $1 ; total, $2,550.50. Paid to the following 
persons: L. Beaubien, Trois Rivieres, $49.50; Jos. Champagne, Lanoraie, $7.50; R. 
Chevrier, $18.25 ; J. A. Debien, Vercheres, $154.75 ; P. Dufault, Contrecoeur, $137 ; L. E. 
Dufresne, Three Rivers, $82.25 ; H. Guilmette & Co., Berthierville, $615.50 ; A. Lacouture, 
Sorel, $696.50; Nap. Latraverse, Sorel, $58.75; A. Lavallee, Sorel, $168; R. Melancon, 
Boucherville, $32.50; Chas. Paul, Chenaldu Moine, $30.25; J. B. Sansregrets, Lanoraie, 
$95.25 ; J. O. Tellier, Berthierville, $40.50 ; Mdme. Tetreault, Varenne, $61; O. Toupin, 
Boucherville, $41.75; Marie Yelle, Sorel, $268; less detailed under small items, $6.75. . . 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 

19,634 75 

35 25 
25 63 

23 50 

24 00 
33 00 
48 50 
21 75 
40 50 
32 75 
13 50 
54 00 
18 25 



626 00 



318 04 


30 00 


15 00 


10 00 


206 25 
1,681 67 
73 20 
24 95 
19 31 
22 50 


503 83 

114 90 

19 50 

135 00 


270 00 
10 00 


285 14 
15 00 
25 60 
17 64 


51 50 


88 50 
91 25 
91 25 
91 25 
91 25 
91 25 
53 50 


66 00 
91 25 
91 25 



2,550 50 
27,877 66 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-39 



Hydrographic Survey of St. Lawrence — Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Meals on steamer "St. James": C. Chaloner, July-Dec, 483 at 25c. ; P. E. Parent, July- 
Dec., 463 at 25c. ; E. F. Gingras, July-Dec, 484 at 25c ; extra meals, 56 at 40c (Paid to 
Capt. R. Chevrier, §379.90.) 

Washing done on steamer "St. James": C. Chaloner, $6 ; P. E. Parent, §6 ; E. F. Gingras, 
$6 ( Paid to Mdme. Trudeau, $18. ) 

Washing done for steamer " St. James " : A. R. Dion & Co 

Payments under $10 : mitts, 37 pre., §10.80 ; lumber, .$18.90 ; repairs, $16.25 ; 2 pre. rubber 
boots $7.35 ; boat hire, $5.25; provisions, $8.20 ; washing, $3.50 ; small items, $6.25. . 

Salaries of Ottawa officials (Page Q— U) 

Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q— 262) 

Total carried to " St. Lawrence Ship Channel " (Page Q— 36) 



.(Page Q— 216) 



River Kaininistiquia. 

Detailed with " Dredging " : Dredge No. 9 and tug " Delisle " 

Halifax Drill Hall. 

Askwith, John E., on account of $195,000 contract, $193,650 ; less paid in previous years 
$167,300 

Austen Bros. : 2^-in. hose, 700 ft. at 30c ; couplings, 14 sets at $4.50 ; brass nozzles, 7 at $6 ; 
Taber's spanners, 7 at 55c 

Fuller, H. H. & Co ; bolts, 29 at $23 50 a doz., 29 at $15.25, 109 at $4.80 ; butts, 3 prs. at 
$4.25, 3 prs. at $2.80, 70 prs. at $1.05, 69i prs. at 47c, 109 prs. at 40c ; locks, 1 set, 
$16.75, 1 set, $3.25, 23 sets at $2.85, 2 sets at $2.50, 1 set, $2.45, 2 sets at $2.35, 14 sets 
at $2.15, 1 set, $1.75, 46 sets at $1.60 ; sash fasts, 17J doz. at $3.50; sash lifts, 26. 5 . 2 doz. 
at $1 . 25 ; master keys, $1 . 34 

Griffin, John L. : contract for electric wiring, $3,982.31 ; extra fitting up band rooms, 10 fix- 
tures at $4.50, 4 fixtures at $5 . 50, 52 lamps at 28c, 52 sockets at 18c, sundry, $9 ; extend- 
ing mains from basement upstairs, $18 ; 1 oak cabinet, $18 ; sundry items, $32.36 

Harmon, Robert, services in charge of furnaces, 7 m. to June 30 at $50 

Harris, S. M., plumbing, $38 ; Healey, D., inspector, 12 m. to June 30 at $90 

Lamarche, Jos., on account of $6,600 contract for heating apparatus 

Longard Bros. , plumbing, $8 ; McGrath, M. , ashes, 42 loads at 40c . 

McDonald, D. : fire extinguishers, 6 at $17.50; loading and touckage, $3.20.... 

Roche, D. , painting ridge poles, flashings, section of roof and 10 ventilators : labour, 16 d. at 
$2. 25 ; paint, 120 lbs. at 12c ; oil, 2 galls, at 65c 

Roche, Wm., coal : broken, 5 tons at $4.80 ; egg, 12 tons at $4.19 ; labour, $2.80 

Warner, Edward : egg coal, 10 tons at $5.30 ; labour, $2. 

1 step ladder, $2.50 ; repairing locks, $2.15 ; repairing water pipes. $3.60 

Queen's Printer's account, $17 .76 ; advertising, $140.68 

Total carried to page Q — 2 



$ cts, 
27,877 66 

379 90 



18 00 
20 88 


76 50 

1,702 00 

726 71 



30,801 65 



10,208 05 



Halifax Quarantine Station. 

Pay-lists, Dec. 31 to May 11, 1899— 

Foreman, F. T. Kenty, 30 d. at $2.75, 69 d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, days at $1 . 75 : John Burns, 67^ ; John Byrne, 12| ; Hy. Ewart, 65 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : John Byrne, 95 ; John Finlan, 82jj ; Jas. Greenan, 75| ; Thos. 
Henneburry, 28 ; Martin E. Murphy, 21^ ; John McAdory, 68i ; Lester Umlah, 85f . 

Carpenters, days at $1.35 : Chas. Blank, 11 ; Thos. Burk, 39 ; Andy Cleary, 83 ; Jeremiah 
Cleary, 86; Geo. DeYoung, 61; Simeon Dunsworth, 73; Alfred Gill, 95i; Thos. 
Henneberry, 25 ; Wm. Iceton, 81 ; Alex. Naugle, 2 ; Wm. Naugle, 14 ; Alton Rus- 
sell, 11 ; Wm. Wells, 15 ; Jas. White, 7 ; John White, 61 

Carpenters, days at $1.25: Chas. Blank, 43^; Jerry Blank, 12^; Walter Blank, 16 h : 
Thos. Burk, 6 ; Wm. Burns, 18 ; John DeYoung, 45 : John Edward, 43 ; John Goram, 
46 ; Louis Himelman, 47 ; Wm. Himelman. 44 ; Chas. Hutt, 18 ; Jas. McDiarniid, 
17^ ; David Naugle, 17 ; John Naugle, 47 ; Ernest Rosier, 1 ; Frank Silver, 45i ; 
Jeremiah Soward, 43 

Blacksmiths, days at $1 . 50 : Jas. Hutt, 74 ; John Hutt, 1 

Plumber, Chas. Barnes, 8l£ d. at $1.75; well-digger, B. B. Thompson, 28 6 d. at $2.50. 

Painter, Hy. Ewart, 12 d. at $1.75 ; bricklayer, John Burns, 13 d. at $1 .75 

Cooks : John Cleary, 19^ d. at $1.50 ; Martin E. Murphy, 73 d. at $2 

Assistant cook, Raymond DeYoung, 59 d. at $1, 27 d. at" 75c 

Teamster, Jos. Himelman : double, 33f d. at $3.50 ; single, 27£ d. at $2.50 

Carter, Chas. Stonly, 16 d. at $3 



26,350 00 
318 85 



605 75 



4,150 59 


350 00 


1,118 00 


6,080 00 


24 80 


10S 20 


51 70 


77 08 


55 00 


8 25 


158 44 


?9,456 66 



255 00 
254 19 

686 25 



96 74 



Carried forward 



638 10 


112 50 


213 68 


43 75 


175 25 


7^' 25 


186 24 


48 00 



3,588 95 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Halifax Quarantine Station — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Pay-lists, Dec. 31 to May 11, 1899— Con. 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Henry Burns, 93J ; Andy Cleary, 13f ; Jeremiah Cleary, 13f ; 
Wm. Iceton, 20 ; Ernest Rosier, 50 ; Jas. White, 17| ; John White, 29| ; Chas. 
York, 45^ 

Austen Bros., Halifax, 1-in. w. i. pipe, 712 ft. at 4|c ; Beazley, W.& H., lighterage, $70.70. . 

Bauld, Gibson & Co., Halifax : butter, Mh lbs. at 18c. ; codfish, 1 quintal, $5 ; flour, 1 brl., 
$4.50, 1, -$4.25 ; pork, 51 lbs. at 9c. ; potatoes, 10 bush, at 55c. ; sugar, 104 lbs. at4£c, 100 
lbs. at 4|c ; sundry provisions, $22 .63 , 

Bentlev & Flemming, Halifax : awning poles, 128 ft., $6.02; labour, 2* d. at $2.70 

Burns, John & Co., Montreal, ranges and shelves : 1, 12 ft., $336 ; 1, 9 ft., $260 

Campbell, D. H, Halifax : beef, 2 half-brls. at $8.75, 1,302 lbs. at 9c, 611 lbs. at8|c ; bread, 
1,022 loaves at 6c. ; butter, 208i lbs. at 18c. ; codfish, 3 quintals at $5.25, 1, $4". 75 ; evap. 
apples, 2C0 lbs. at llic. ; eggs, 105 doz. at 25c, 30 at 20c, 30 at 18c ; lard, 100 lbs. at 
10c ; molasses, 15 galls, at 45c ; mutton, 64 lbs. at 8|c ; pork, 3 half-brls. at $8.75; 
potatoes, 36 bush, at 55c, 2 bush, at 65c ; sugar, 236 lbs. at 5c, 410 lbs. at 4fc ; tea, 33 
lbs. at 30c : sundiy provisions, $54 .42 '. 



Canadian Rand Drill Co., Sherbrooke, 1 1\ in. x 4J in. x 5 in. piston pump 

Cullen, G. M. & Co., Halifax, painter work : labour, 5 d. at $2.50 ; supplies, $6.30 

Davison, John & Son, Halifax: 1^-in. and li-in. flooring, 206 ft. at $16, 11,024 ft. at $15 ; 
birch flooring, 300 ft. at $35; ^-in. No. 1 lining, 10,800 ft. at $17.50; lj-in. roofing, 2,013 
ft. at $13; battens, 13,594 ft. at $3; round hemlock timber, 20 pes. at $1"75 ; hemlock 
lumber, 9,093 ft. at $14, 1,858 at $10, 31,155 at $9 ; spruce lumber, 518 ft. at $17.50, 4,310 
at $15, 13,523 at $13, 15,914 at $12, 8,005 at $11 ; cedar shingles, 72 M. at $2.60, 25 M. at 
$2.50, 36 M. at $2.40, 39 M. at $2.25 ; windows, complete, 2 at $4.75, 26 at $3.75 ; glazed 
sashes, 10 pr. at $2.50; doors and frames, outside, 3 at $6, 2 at $7.25; 1 pr., $10; in- 
side, 6 at $4.75, 1, $3 50, 7 at $3 25, 1, $2.25 ; sundry items, $60.89 . . 

Dominion Express Co., express charges . 

Ellis, J. H., superintendent : 102 d, at $4; board, $94; travel and sundry outlay, $89.84. . . . 

Euller, H. H. & Co., Halifax : boiled oil, 20 galls, at 60c ; 1 grindstone, $5.25 ; gal v. iron 
sheets, 595 lbs. at 5ic, 2,494 lbs, at 44c, 4 03 squares 96 x 27^ x 20 gge. at $12; 1 port- 
able forge, $23 ; turpentine, 10 galls, at 65c ; sundry items, $25.83 

Halifax Graving Dock Co., dock dues on steamer " Argus " " 

Helfler, Lewis, Halifax, lighterage, $233.30 ; Intercolonial Railway Co., freight, $17.98 

Hillis, Jas. & Son, Halifax : 15 ft. canvas hose with galv. iron ends, $9 ; gal v. iron pipe, 400 
ft. at 30c ; 1 No. 12 Radiant stove, $7 .50 ; sundry items, $21 .05 

Himelman, Jos., Lawlor's Island : truckage, $14.25 ; boarding horse, 18 d. at 45c 

Hoskins & Son, Birmingham, Eng. : steerage berths. 500 at $5.62 T V ; insurance, $11.33. . . 

Howell. W. W. & Co., Halifax : repairs on rudder and propellor of SS. " Argus " 

Keefe, M. E., Halifax : drain pipe, 22 ft. at lie, 144 ft. at 15c ; sundry, $2.80 



Longard Bros., Halifax : 1 anvil $9 ; 1-2-in. ball cock and 12-in. ball, $13.25 ; l|-in. brass 
Chipman valves, 6 at $3.33 ; brass peet valves 1^-in. to 3-in., 7 at $3.33, 1, $4.54, 1, $6.35, 
1, $9; 3-in. flanged Kennedy valves, 2 at $12 ; Jenkins' globe valves, ^-in. to 2-in., 17, 
$29.55; 1^-in. brass pipe, 1,292 lbs. ar, 19c; cast brass, 577J lbs. at 40c; cotton duck, 60 
yds. at 13c; 1-in. copper pipe, 257 lbs. at 22c; galv. iron pipe, 3-in., 302 ft. at 29c, 2-in., 
309 ft. at 19c, i-in. to l^-in., 488^ ft , $54.43 ; hair felt, 645 sq. ft. at 9c; n.p. shower 
cocks, 24 at $4.25; solder, 36 lbs." at 35c; steel clad baths, 3 at $22 ; ^ steel plate, 635 
lbs. at S^c; water closets, complete, 3 at $14 ; wrot. iron bends, 3-in., 6 at $3.50, 2-in., 6 
at $1.85; labour, boilermaker, 9 d. at $3, brass finishers, 45| d. at $4, 15| d. at $2, 
plumber, 11 d. at $3, helper, 13 d. at $2 ; truckage, $5.75 ; sundry items, $261.74 

Low, Geo. B., Halifax, laying concrete floor in bath-house, contract, $86; extra cement, 
4brls. at $3. 

Maritime Electric Co., Halifax : 1 " Bell" telephone, complete 

McDonald, D., Halifax : fire extinguishers, 4 at $17.50 ; sundry, $3.75 

McGrath, J. M., & Co., Halifax, hire of sleigh, 16 d. at 50c 

Maclnnes, John, & Son, Halifax : hemlock lumber, 2,000 ft. at $9.50, 13,568 at $9 ; spruce 
lumber, 4,776 ft. at $18, 14,474 at $15, 108 at $14, 12,303 at $13, 18,230 at $12, 3,427 at 
. $11, 3,770 at $10; i-in. round, 665 ft. at $1.50; ^-in. round, 2,050 ft. at 75c; cedar 
shingles, 6 M. at $2.S0, 9 M. at $2.40 ; capping, 253 ft. at 3c; furring, 2,300 ft. at $3 ; 
doors, 14 at $2.10, 3 at $1 ; 1 door and frame, $5.50 ; frames and sashes, 9 at $2.50 ; glazed! 
sashes, 20 at 75c; hard brick, 10,000 at $10.50 ; lime, 10 brls. at $1 ; sundry items, $10.17 

McPherson, D , Halifax : 4-in. scupper pipe, 88 lbs. at 85c; labour, 14 d. at $2.70 ; sundry, 1 
$3.64 I 

Ritchie, J., & Co., Dartmouth : 7-in. pipe, 50 lengths at 25c ; sundry, $2.90 | 

Robertson, Wm., & Son, Halifax : boiled oil, 69 galls, at 55c; bolts, 120 lbs. at 10c; brass, 
butts, 13 pr. at 85c; brass screws, 9 gross, $6.60 ; 1 diamond, $5 ; glass, 2 boxes at $4.85, 
1, $4, lOl.panes, $12.08 ; l|-in. 3-ply rubber hose, 490 ft. at 32c; "Rose" sprinklers andj 
nozzles, 3 at $3.30 ; couplings, 11 at $1.40; 1 doz. tin lamps and burners, $S ; kitchen! 
utensils, $24.58 ; locks, knobs and hinges, $28.69; paper, dry, 1 6 rolls at 40c , tarred, 4,074l 
lbs. at $1.60 ; wire nails, 43 kegs, $95.25, 330 lbs., $10.78 ; sash weights, 1,077 lbs. at 2£c; 
sci-ews, 51 gross, $9.57 ; turpentine, 5 galls, at 75c, 10 at 70c; white lead, 100 lbs. at 6r,c, 
1,300 lbs. at 6|c. ; sundry items, $127 .41 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 
3,588 95 



354 69 
102 74 



67 01 

12 77 

596 00 



531 76 

169 00 

18 80 



2,141 12 

1 25 

591 84 


265 90 

27 50 

251 28 


157 55 

22 35 

2,821 83 

89 84 

26 82 



1,782 25 

98 00 

22 00 

73 75 

8 00 



1,178 61 

48 92 
15 40 



781 85 



15,847 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-41 



Halifax Quarantine Station — Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Sanitary Construction Co., New York : 1 No. 2 formaldehyde gas regenerator, $27.50 ; 10 
galls, formaldehyde 40 p.c. solu., 97 lbs. at 25c. ; overcharge, .$1 

Silver, W. & 0., Halifax ; blankets, 24 pr. at $2 ; mattresses, 6 at $1 75, 3 at $1.35, 12 at 
$1.30; sundry items, $6.79 

Str. " Scotsman, " freight, $91 . 05 ; Thompson, B. B. , travel, $12 . 82 

Cowan, John, Ottawa : services as engineer, Jan. -Mar., 90 d. at $3.50 ; travelling expenses 
and board, $178.84 



Total carried to page Q— 2 . 



Kentville, N.S., Post Office. 



Holden, Rev. P. , price of site for post office 

Neily, Hennigar, surveying site : services and expenses 

Legal services re site : W. B. Ross 

Queen's Printer's account, $51.21 ; advertising, $116.95. 

Total, carried to page Q— 2 



Liverpool, N.S., Post Office. 

Dexter, J. H., clerk of works, April 25- June 30, at $75 a month 

McNutt, A., price of additional ground for post office site 

Rhodes, Curry & Co., on account of $10,777 contract for erecting new public building. 

Ross, W. B., Halifax, legal services 

Queen's Printer's account, $29.36 ; Advertising, $325.48 

Total, carried to Q— 2 



Windsor, N.S., Drill Hall. 

Lawience, Wm.: contract for building drill hall, $4,575 ; less : $765 drawback, $1,060 paid in 

previous year. . , 

Taylor, J. H., clerk of works, Aug. -Sept., 61 d. at $2.50 ; Advertising, $91.58. 

Total, carried to page Q— 2 . . 



Windsor, N.S., Public Building. 

Pay-lists, July 4-Feb. 28, 1899— 

Clerk of works, J. H. Taylor, July, Oct. -Mar., 209 d. at $2.50. . 

Bricklayers, days at $3 : Arthur Betts, 35 ; W. K. McDonald, 6 .... , 

Bricklayers, days at $2.50 : Ernest Jadis, 11| ; Millidge Jadis, 75£ 

Stone-setters : Thomson Fraser, 2 d. at $2.75; Peter Jadis, 46f d. at $3 

Carters, days at $2 : Angus Gunn, 24| ; Daniel Mclnnis, 4^ 

Carpenters, days at $1.75 : Edgar Card, 32| ; Harry Dimmock, 48i ; Eugene Lawrence, 

18i ; Fred. Lowthier, 58f ; Ed. McLellan, 20^ 

Carpenters, days at $1.50: W. Burgoyne, 112; John Finlan, 139 ; Fied. Lowthier, 91^. 
Carpenters and stair- builders, days at $2.50 : F. T. Kenty, 122|; Wm. Lawrence, 23. . . . 
Fireman, Robt. Sharpman, 68 d. at $1.25 ; mortar-mixer, Hy. Wheeler, 23^ d. at $1.40. 
Labourers, days at $1.25 : Chas. Abbott, 11^ ; Ceo. Ferguson, 140^ ; Wm. Harvey, 81^ ; 
Geo. Jones, 24i ; Geo. Leonard, 41 ; Samuel Sampson, 41 ; Arthur Spittle, 24A ; 
Arthur Wolf, 38£ 

Barnes, B J., painter work, $5.25 ; Beckwith, A., free stone, 4 tons at $3.50 

Batty e, Geo., Wallace, free stone, 5 93 tons at $4, 5 "57 at $3, 15 07 at $1.75 

Dominion Atlantic Ry. Co. , freight charges 

Curry, Wm., & Son, 2^ oak balusters, 144 ft. at 12:jC. ; capping, 300 ft. at 3ic; casings, 1,500 
ft. of 6-in. at 3c, 470 ft. of 5-in. at 2c; Cyprus, 210 ft. at 5r,c, 642 at 5c; cyprus doors, 3 
at $4.25, 2 at $5, 3 prs. at $8 ; front doors, 2 prs. at $27 ; sundry doors, 16, $42.20, 2 prs. 
at $6, 1 pr. $5.50 : door frames, 2 front at $12, 3 panel at $4.50, 1 $5, 1 segment $3.75, 5 
at $4, 1 $4.50 ; maple flooring, 4,000 ft. at $55 ; 1 oak newel post, $12.75 ; oak rail, 56 
lin. ft. at 38ic; pitch pine, 2,104 ft. at 5c, 8C0 at 4|c; panel and door, 135 ft. at 20c; 
outside sashes, 43 at $1.25 ; spruce flooring, 5,240 ft. at $15 ; 950 ft. 5-section base (No. 1 
Cyprus) at lie; windows. 24 at $7.50, 11 at $1.50; wreaths and casings, 11 pieces, $59; 
sundry items, $203.02 

Dimock & Armstrong : brass-faced axle pulleys, 9 doz. at $1.65 ; bronze butts, 12 pr. at $1.50, 
12 pr. at $1.10, 22 pr. at 60c ; heavy bronze flush bolts, 4 at $2.45, 4 at $2 ; best English 
cement, 5 brls. at $3.50 ; Portland cement, 2 brls. at $3, 5 at $2.65 ; coloured glass, 25 
panes at 86c ; heavy locks with bronze knobs and long plate escutcheons, 2 at $8.50, 2 at 
$7.75,5 at $7.50; metal ceilings, complete, 20 sqs. at $6 : mouldings, 927j at 3c ; wire 
nails, 3 kegs at $2.15, 6 at $2.10, 1, $2.05 ; white lead, 150 lbs. at 6*c. ; window weights, 
502 lbs. at $1.75; sundry items, $106.74 " 

Ellis, J. H., superintendent : 181 d. at $4 ; board, $171.55 ; travel and outlay, $94.86 



Carried forward , 



$ cts. 
15,847 78 

52 75 

84 94 
104 47 

493 84 



16,583 



2,500 00 

25 00 

53 56 

168 16 

2,746 72 



162 50 

825 00 

3,710 00 

34 51 

354 84 



5,086 85 



2,750 00 
244 08 



2,994 08 



522 50 
123 00 
216 87 
145 75 
58 00 

312 79 
513 75 
363 75 
117 90 



503 36 
19 25 
66 81 
83 65 



1,475 63 



499 50 
990 41 



6,012 92 



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AUDITOR GENERA US REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Windsor, N.S., Public Buildings — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Goudge, M. H. & Son : cedar posts, 34 at 30c. ; furring, 1,590 ft. at $10.50; spruce sheathing 

9,650 ft. at $13 ; timber, $1.60 ; less, 1,800 bricks at $8, $14.40 

Greenwood, R. P., Halifax, paymaster, travelling expenses 

Gunn, Angus L., Windsor : balance due on $1,091.30 contract for cutting stone, $801.30 ; use 

of derrick and tackle, $25 ; teaming, $2 

Hutson, Wm. D. & Sons, covering roof of P. O. building with slate , 

Ives, H. R. & Co., Montreal : Buffalo hot water heaters, 2 at $131.60 ; extra, headers, $25 ; 

valves, $60 ; freight, $26.84 

Jadis, Peter : contract for lathing, plastering and lime-washing walls and ceilings, $598 : 

plaster cornice, 237 lin. ft. at 25c. ; cementing furnace room, $75 

Lamarche, Jos., paid on $720 contract for putting in heating apparatus . . 

Murphy, Fred : contract for plumbing work, $980 ; supplies, $8. 

Reid, Jas„ stone, 1372 tons at $4.50 ; Smith, W. A., blacksmithing, $17.77 

Taylor, Medford, sand, 36 loads at $1.25 ; Wilcox Bros., supplies, $6.87 

Walton, Jacob, Canard : brick, 23,004 at $8 per M.; less freight, $21.15 , 

70 lbs. castings at 4c. ; 36 galls, grounds and cask, $5,57 ; sundry items, $6.80 ' , 

Queen's Printer's account, $18.48 ; advertising, $12.80.. 

Cowan, John, travelling expenses = 

Total, carried to page Q — 2. , , 



Public Buildings, Maritime Provinces Generally. 

Renewals and heavy repairs. . , (Page Q — 107) 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station. 

Boulanger, Capt. Elz. : sq. cedar, 736 ft. at 12c. ; cedar shingles, 60,250 at $2.25 ; 1 trip to 
Grosse Isle, $25.00 

Boulanger, Eugene : blacksmith, 10 d. at $2.50 ; smithwork, $18.07 

Gamache, A., board of 25 men in November, 1898, 52 weeks at $3, 60 d. at 43c 

Guay, Amable, painting steamer " Challenger,'' Apl., 1899 , 

Laberge, Alp., sundry hardware for repairs 

Laurencelle, W. : superintendent, 36 d. at $2.25 ; travel, $84.10 

Metivier, Francois, two trips of schooner carrying lumber, etc., from St. Thomas to Grosse Isle 

Thibeault, Ad. & Bro. : cedar, 435 ft. at 10c. ; 728 ft. spruce, 3x9 in. x25 ft., $14.56 ; 4,502 ft, 
spruce, 3x9in.xl2 ft., $67.53 ; 2,700 ft. spruce. 3 x9 in. T. & G., $47.25 ; 3,925 ft. spruce, 
3 x 9 in. x 12 ft. pi. 4 S. $59.95 ; planks T. & G., 7,934 ft., $138.84 ; H in. deals T. & G., 
5,547 ft., $97.06 ; 2 in. deals T. & G., 1,244 ft. at $21.77 ; 3,630 ft. planks 3 x 9 in. x IS & 
19 ft., $36.30 ; doors and frames, $53 ; 16 double sashes, $24.50 ; sundry lumber, $51.25. . . 

Tremblay, Alf., 2 trips on schooner "Alix" at $9 each, carrying lumber, etc., from 
Montmagny 

Vezina, Chs., repairing thermometer 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Lamande, Alf., 17^ ; Boule, Jno., 16j ; Fournier, Jos., 16f ; Nicole, 
Thos., 16| ; Beamont, Theo., 15| ; Dancause, Z., 15g ; Valee, Jos., 12f ; Blais, Jos., 6 ; 
Boucher, Sifroy, 6 ; Dion, Elz., 16J . 

Carpenters, days at $1.25: Richard, Alex., 7J ; Belanger, Adel., 16^ ; Letourneau, A., 16| ; 
Joncas, Thos., 13i ; Lebel, Jos., 9| ; Buteau, Jos. 6 ; Cdte, Jos.", 8 ; Metivier, Fred, 1\ ; 
Gaumond, Thos., 7 : 

Labourers, days at $1: Caron, S., 4; Mainville, Aid., 16i ; Robin, Alex., 16^; Metivier, 
Alp., 7|; Lapierre, Marcel, \Z\ ; Fortin, V., 15^; Ouellette, Sifroy, 10^; at $1.25: 
Metivier, Alp., 9 ; Metivier, Octave, 1\ 

Painter, Langlois, Pierre, 4 d. at $2 ; hauling timber at 25c. per load, Masson, Edw., 71 loads, 
Turcotte, Xavier, 22 loads , 

Painting, $3.85 ; board, $9 

Total, carried to page Q — 2. . 



Montreal Examining Warehouse : New Floor. 

Grothe Freres, bills of June 27, 1898 ($1,180.15)— 

Floor, sections 6 to 10 : 789 sq. yds. at $2.75, $2,169.75 ; less paid on account, (page Q — 

of 1897-8) $1,925 

Arch spaces, 38 sq. yds. at $2.75 

Floor, sections 6 to 10 : extra stone-filling under concrete, 789 sq. yds. at 25c. . 

Glazed partition and new door in brick wall 

Repairing stone foundation-walls : mason, 7 d. at $2.50; helper, 7 d. at $1.50; mortar, 2 

loads at $3 ; cement, 3 brls. at $2.50. 

Carried forward . 



$ cts. 
6,012 92 



139 54 
44 90 

828 30 
910 00 

375 04 

732 25 

650 00 

988 00 

79 49 

51 87 

162 85 

15 17 

31 28 

15 60 



11,037 21 



8,015 26 



248 89 
43 07 
181 80 
150 00 
103 65 
165 10 
18 00 



655 51 

18 00 

29 58 



210 03 
115 35 

104 88 

33 75 

12 85 



2,090 46 



244 75 

104 50 
197 25 
155 00 

41 50 

743 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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Montreal Examining Warehouse : New Floor— Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Grothe Freres, bills of June 27, 1898— Con. 

Repairing brick arches : bricklayer, 8 d. at $4 ; helper, 8 d. at $1.50 ; cement, 3 brls. at 

$2.50 ; sand, 7 loads at $1 ; lime, 1,400 lbs. at fa; 5 jackscrews, 2 d. at 25c. each; 

1,200 brick, $9.60 

Propping brick walls : foreman, Id., $3 ; 3 men, 1 d., $7.50 

Renewing wooden beams in the first passage, east side : men, 32 d. at $2.50 ; 46 bolts, 

si 7 ; 8 x 10 pine, 1,340 ft. at $25 ; sundry, $16.30 

Renewing wooden beams in 2nd last passage, 1st story : men, 20 d. at $2.50; 8 x 10 pine, 

840 ft. at $25 ; cartage, 50c 

Replacing plate in same : men, 10 d. at $2.50 ; 2 gross screws, $2.50 

Sundry small items 

New steel plates around elevators in 2nd last passage, east side : men, 8 d. at $2.50 ; 

angle iron, 518 lbs. at 6c ; steel plate, 271 lbs. at 6c; sundry, $6.40 

Placing a division in 1st story , 

Filling up door 

Grcthe Freres, work in Augr. 1898 ($2,552.49)— 

Floor, sections 1, 2, 3, 344 T %V sq. yds. at $2.75 

Floor, sections 4, 5, 10, 463^ sq. yds. at $2.75 

Levelling same with stone : 808 sq. yds. at 50c, $404 



less held, $74. 



Less — transferred to "Renewals and Heavy Repairs, Quebec Buildings " (Page Q— 86) 
Total carried to page Q — 2 



Montreal Post Office : to re-cover roof with Copper. 

Desjardins, Camille : clerk of works, April and May, 1899 

Lamarche, Jos., on account of $9,400 contract for copper roof 

Queen's Printer's account, $10.45 : advertising, $209.47 

Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q— 262) 

Total carried to page Q — 2 



Montreal Public Buildings. 



Custom House 



99). 



Pay-list for Oct. 1898, washing and putting up double windows : Dandelin, Jos., 12| d. at 

$1.25 ; Labelle, A., 11| d. at $1.25 ; Page, Wilfrid, 8* d. at $1.25 ; Dandelin, Anna, 8 d. 

at $1 ; Dandelin, Delia, 8 d. at $1 

Archambault Bros.: oil cloth, 44 yds. at $1.25 ; laying 44 yds. at 10c 

Boivin, Wilson & Co.: panes of glass, D.D. 23| x 41|, 8 at $1.21 ; sundry, $22.60 

Brunet, Francis, sundry repairs to water and gas pipes, &c 

Brush, Geo.: boilermaker, 28 h. at 30c; new Best boiler tubes, 2 at $1.80 ; bricklayer, $4.50 ; 

25 new Best fire bricks, 75c; fire clay and sand, $2.50 ; cartage, 75c 

Dandelin, C, cleaning sidewalks, outside and roof of Customs-house, 9 m. to Sept. 1898, 3 

m. to March, 1899 

Labelle, Arthui , putting new halliard and pulley on flag staff 

Leclerc & Son, repairs: tiler, 32^ h. at 30c; gasfitter, 7 h. at 30c; helpers, 21 h. at 10c; 

materials, $5.80 ... , 

Mantha, Lefebvre & Laperriere, sundry lumber . 

Vervort, A., repairs to tiling in courtyard 

Walker, James & Co.: flexible wire rope, 195 ft. at 5ic; hair brooms, 2 at $3.50; sundry 

hardware, $20.13 



Examining Warehouse (8359.97 J. 

Brunet, Francis : sundry repairs, labour, $30.20 ; materials, $50; No. 3, strg. gal. iron water 
filter and cooler, 3 at $7 

Lewis Bros. & Co. : Elliot's pat. grate bars, 28 at $4 ; 1 brl. waste, 350 lbs. at 10c ; Sutton's 
compound, 50 galls, at 85c ; sundries, $7.25 

Miller Bros. & Toms : labour taking down, straightening, &c and putting up shaft, $13.85 ; 
ash-box, 3 ft. 6-in. x 22-in. x 13-in. with angle iron bottom complete, $14 ; sundry smith- 
work, $25.74 

Lumber, $1 .60 ; sundry hardware, $6.83 

Carried forward 



8 cts. 
743 00 



76 20 
10 50 


146 80 


71 50 

27 50 

8 75 


73 74 

12 18 
9 98 


948 32 

1,274 17 

330 00 


3,732 64 
633 65 


3,098 99 



180 00 

7,470 00 

219 92 

24 60 


7,894 52 



56 64 
59 40 
32 28 
17 56 


20 50 


100 00 
10 00 


19 75 
30 50 
38 50 



37 86 



101 20 
196 75 



53 59 
8 43 



r82 96 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Montreal Public Buildings— Continued. 



Brought forward • 

Inland Revenue (-$1,629.60). 

Washing and putting up double windows, Oct. 1898, Page Wilfrid, 8| d at $1.25 . . 

Archambault Bros.: carpet, 45 yds. at $1.50; linoleum, lb yds. at $1.50; large rug, $10; 2 

ruers at $2.50 ; window shades, 3 at $2 • ■ • ■ • • • •. • 

Brunet, Francis : repairing gal. iron roof, 4| d. at $3, 4| d. at $1 ; gas heating apparatus and 

water pipes, alterations as per contract, $128.50; fitting, painting, bronzing 14 ft O.I. 

screen at $1.50 per foot as per contract ; painting and bronzing hot water coils and iron 

pipes, 24 at $2.30 as per contract ; sundry repairs, time of man and helper, 114 h. at 40c; 

materials, $71.33 . 



Gauthier, E. & Co. ($1,023.16)- _ . . . 

Carpenter work, painting, whitening, plastering, &c, in Weights and Measures Depart 
ment, as per contract • • ■■ ■■ 

Putting shelves in attic, as per contract . . . • 

Painters 86 h at 25c; plasterers, 5 d. at $3; workmen, 5 d. at $1.50; carpenters (work 
occasioned by plumbing), 157 h. at 25c, (other repairs) 139 h. at 25c; sundry car 
penter work, $92.40 ; sundry whitewashing, painting, &c, $15 ; changing 3 sinks, at 
$8 each • moving furniture, $16.75 ; fan-lights, 4 at $5 ; ends of counter, black wal- 
nut, elm and ash, 6 ft. long by 4 ft. wide, 2 at $30 ; doors and double partitions for 
cupboard, $20 ; sundry materials, $45.01 



Loftus, John, painting roof, 2 coats, 65 squares at $1.25 ... 

Mantha, Lefebvre & Laperriere : red pine, 425 ft. at 3£c; sundries, $4.40 . ••;•■•■ 
Walker, Jas. & Co.: plate glass, 2 panes at $4.; keys to order, 12 at 50c; sundries, $1,.67. 
Sundry panes of glass, $7.38 ; repairing gas brackets, $4.10 



Post Office ($5,079.84). 

Pav-lists for washing and cleaning, 12 m. to May 3, 1899 : Brault, Louis, 365 d. at $1 50 ; 
Bourassa, A., 365 d. at $1.25 ; Alys. Bourassa, 8| d. at $2 ; Ste Marie, N., 36o d. at 
$1 25 ; Labelle, A., 14 d. at $1.25 ; Page, Wilfrid, 186£ d. at $1.25 ; Loiselle, fcap., 15 
d at $1 25 ; Couture, Pierre, 2 d. at $1.25 ; Trudeau, A, 6 d. at $1.25 ; Latour, Is., 6 
d. at $1 .25 ; J. Dandelin, 13 d, at $1 .25 ; G. B. Gratton, 8 d. at $2 

Archambault Bros., 1 window shade ... ..... ••■•-, 

Bell Telephone Co. : exchange service, 18 m. to Sept. 1, 1899, $75 ; long distance messages, 



$35.17 



Boisvert, Jos., work at lire hydrant, 12 d. at $1.50 . . . . . • • • 

Boivin, Wilson & Co.: panes of glass, 32 oz., 57f ft. at 40c; sundry glass, $31.42 
Brunet Francis : fitting new Richelieu closet, cistern, enamelled basin and connections per 
contract, $48 ; 1 new hot water coil, made and connected with valve, air cock as per 

contract, $30 ; sundries, $13.69 

Canadian General Electric Co., sundry electric fittings 

Cavanagh, Edward Co., special post office locks, 3-keys each, 148 at $1.55 

Crowe, Jno. & Sons : brackets for windows, $7 . 20 ; smithwork, $26 . 40 ' 

Gaumont, Jos., carpenter, Sept. 7-Oct. 4, 24 d. at $1 . 50 

Grothe, L. A. : spring for clock dial, 4 at $1 .95 ; putting up clocks, $4 ... . 

GrotheBros.: alterations to cupboard in post-parcel office, $25; alterations to partition of 
same, $22.50; addition of 2 doors to entrance on Rue Fortification, $30.69 

ation's to counter for sale of stamps, $25 • ••-•■• 

Lamarche, Jos. : care of roof, removing snow and ice during season of 1897-98 

Leclerc, P. & Sons., sundry plumbing • • • ■ • 

Lewis Bros. & Co. : extra linen fire hose, 550 ft. 20c ; 2|-m. patent hose couplings, 22ft 



alter- 



.50; 2^ -in. copper branch pipes, 10 at $3.35; 2$-in. quick open valves, 10 at 



, at 

69; 

"5 at $3.25 ; 3-in.'(5. iTpipe, 230 ft. at 20^c; 4-in. C. I. pipe, 157 ft. at 

30c; sundry hardware, $69.60 

Mann, Sam'l, making holes in concrete floor - • • • •••••• 

Mantha, Lefebvre & Laperriere : 2-m. T. & G., 70 ft, at 7c, 250 at 6c; l|-m. B 2f 300 ft. 

at 5c; i-in. basswood, 300 ft. at 3|c; planks, 502 ft. at 3c; wh. cott, 816 ft. at be; 

sundry lumber, $65.13; by assignee Jos. Ettenburg, 1-in. ash batts, T. & G., 6C 

4c ; 1 cupboard made to order, $45 ; sundries, $38.17 • • - •■ • 

Marchand, J. T.: |-in. to lj-in cotonier clair, 605 ft. at 6c; sundry lumber, $24.32 
Miller Bros. & Toms : Repairing and altering fire hydrant, $8 ; sundry, $19.60 .... 

Munderloh & Co., electric fittings ,........._....... ( 

Pauze & Co.: painting walls, 180 yds. at 25c; tinting remainder of walls and ceiling, 3 rooms 

at $7 each ; decorating same, $45 ; painting woodwork, 194 yds. at 25c, 80 at 40c 

polishing'marbles and bronzing radiators, $15 ; panes of glass, 8 at $1.50 ; sundries, $9.60 
Royal Electric Co.: No. 18 D.C.C. wire, 116 lbs., $52.46 ; repairing electric motors, &c,$91.79 

Thomas, P., Dominion flag, 24 ft • • • • -•;••••• ■ • y ' • •; -^L' 

Vervort, A. : repairing floor of vestibule, $32 ; inlaid floor of C. tiles, 25 sq. yds. at $5 ; 

mason work, $6.36 ; alterations to principal entrance, $21 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
782 96 

10 63 
112 50 

339 63 



412 00 
200 00 



411 16 

81 25 
19 28 
31 67 
11 48 



1,796 13 
10 00 


110 17 
18 00 
54 45 


91 69 
19 89 
229 40 
33 60 
36 00 
11 80 



103 19 

75 00 
10 20 



465 50 
12 00 



281 82 
60 62 
27 60 
11 30 



228 10 
144 25 

28 75 

184 36 



6,456 38 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Montreal Public Buildings— Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Post Office— Concluded. 



Walker, Jas. & Co. : rubber hose, 100 ft. at 12c. ; electric fittings, $32.20; sundry hard ware, .$135 78 
Weaver, Geo.: ft-m. elevator rope 1,062 ft. at 12c; |-in. Best tiller rope, 420 ft. at tie 

§-in. shipper rope, 210 ft. at 8jc *ffff<-"> 

Repairing hydrants, $5 ; sundry hardware, $3 ................... 

General ($7^5.95). 
DeSj tTate 1 l S '$ < 10 1 9 1 5 le, ° lerk ° f ^^ : 6 m> to Nov> 30 ' 1898 ' 2 m - to Ma ™h 31, 1899, $720 ; 

Travel of : bti*m ^fflu^b. v. ::;;;;:::;::;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;. .(Piio-Qnafe) 

Less charged to Renewals and Heavy Repairs, Quebec. (Page Q— 86) 521 00 
Public Buildings Generally (P age Q— 57) 142 00 



charwomen, 195 dys. at $1. 



Total carried to page Q— 2 

Quebec Citadel Buildings. 

Bazin, P. I., work at Citadel ($1,099.99)— 

Carpenters 248| dys. at $1.75 ; labourers, 135£ dys. at $1.25 
Boulet & Williams : cleaning chimney flues, 26 at 50c. 

S. J. Shaw & Co. : door springs, oil lamps, &c 

J. A. Moison : soap, brooms, pearline, candles, &c 

F. Nadeau : pine deals, 3 x 11 x 12, 112 at 60c, 25 at 45c •' 3 x 9 

lumber, $48.53 

Louis Larose : repairing plastering,' stone step and ' stove,' 'plasterers, 1\ dys. at $250 • 

bricklayers 3 dys. at $3 ; labourers, \\ dys. at $1.25 ; materials, $17.72 
Sundry materials ' 

Fala i"o e ^ U ' Jc f-' wovk d°™ at Citadel : labourer's^ 46 dys. at $1.25 \ 'upholsterers ■ 

$2.00 ; cabinet-makers, 58 dys. at $2 ; seamstresses, 28 dys. at $1 ; womar^ Tu'dys at 75c 
time of Jos. Falardeau, 34^ dys at $2.50; decorating (extra man) $16 rentlf flag, &c'' 
$ 1'??J forest work h ™gmgs, $10 ; imitation of hair, 192 lbs. at 12c 
of 150 at 10c; sundries, $49.56. . . . 



x 12, 



50 at 30c; sundry 



chairs, 13 at $1, rent 



Trudel, L. Z., sundry plumbing at Citadel : plumber's; 126£ dy's'. at $2.25;' helpers,' 401 dys 



$1 ; new patent water closets, 6 at $25 ; solder, 60 lbs. at 80c.; materials, $158.61 



at 



Total, carried to page Q— 2. 



sundry repairs, $11.75. 



Quebec Custom House. 

Bazin, P. I repairs : time, 1U 2 dys. at $2 ; lumber, $38.28 ; sundries, $4.25 

Cauchon, M., repairs : carpenters, 9J dys. at $2 ; planks, $1 . . . 

g^^VT^I&^' 50; laying ' -™^^feit, 5iiyd S : at 25c::::::'::::;:: 

Painting 2 coats, 1,012 yds. at 15c; Imitation, 220 yds. at 50c; a Lruler, 30 vds at 25c 

^^^f^^^J^'^ b0rd6r ' $45 - 6 ° ; laying ' 260 -llsat g 20c; 

Cle TlaslT2 d 4.80 rni . Shing ' 17 ° ydS " ^ 15a; bronzin S ^diators;'$39:50';"sundry*panes of 

Curtains,' 72 x 132 in.', 39 at $4.'50 ; 72 x 108 in.', 20 at $4.'l2i 
Mudon, Jos. : laying 2 floors, wh. spruce, 11 57 toise at $4 
Lacasse, P. C putting in 2 electric bells in watchman's apartments 

'^bndytfve^at & fi&^m "** *** ? **"** *»*>"■ «***"* '*'' «*" ' 8 

Parent, Chs. A., gas fittings, &c ' ' 

Parent, Paul plumbing repairs : 13 dys. at $2 ;' materials, $7^3: i 

Plant* BdanT* al ^ ratl , onStC ; h f atingappa !: a tu \^ r con tract. $1,490; extras to'furnace,$29: 13 

fiante, Belaud & Co.: 1 acetylene apparatus, $200 ; placing same, $10 • fittines $52 85- 

plumbers, 21 dys. at $2; carpenters, 6 dys. at $1.50 ' nUmgs ' * 5 ^ 5 ' 

Richard, Nap., repairs in cellar. . . 

Savard, J. O. : 12 shrubs, $8 ; 2 rose trees," $l' : 1 maple ' $1 

VaUiere, Geo. : 1 sofa, $15 ; high chairs, 6 at $3 ; chairs, 4 at $2.50 

^£1,! Jmt*l Car . e . taker ' AUg * 10 t0 ° Ct 10 ' 1898 ' 52 dyS - at ® 2 ; Fe bruary;i899;$48'; 

Vezina, Chs., sundry plumbing repairs . 

Travel of Ottawa officials (detailed page Q— 262) ......'.'..['.'.[ 



Total, carried to page Q— 2 . 



Q-45 



$ cts. 
6,456 38 

179 98 

184 04 
8 00 



730 95 
15 00 


7,574 35 


663 00 


6,911 35 


799 47 

13 00 

9 45 

17 26- 


141 98 


51 10 
67 73 



484 78 
651 74 



2,236 51 



65 53 
20 00 
90 13 

269 30 
169 20 

194 30 

89 80 

258 00 

58 03 

14 30 

1,008 00 
97 48 
33 23 

1,519 13 

313 85 

5 05 

10 00 

43 00 

206 00 
14 50 
24 50 



4,503 33 



Q-46 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 189S-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Quebec Custom House — Sidewalks. 

DeCourcy, P., sidewalks, railing and sundry repairs: carpenters, 79i dys. at $2; labourers 
15 dys. at $1.50 ; 4th qual. pine deals, 12 ft. x 11 x 3 in., 156 at 55c. ; 12 ft. -x 9 x 3 in., 170 
at 45c. ; sundry lumber, 833.58 ; sundry materials and cartage, $89.80 



Quebec Immigration Buildings. 

Louise Embankment ($828.02). 



Audy, Maxime : time, 9 d. at $2 ; sheet iron, pipe, &c, $8 . 73 

Bedard, Thomas : painting cure, engine building, fence, 228 yds. at 15c. ; sundries, $3.85. . . 

Belanger, Edtnond & Co. : for officers' room, blankets, 2 prs. at $2.75, 2 prs. at $2.50 ; cotton 
sheeting, 35 yds. at 35c, 30 yds. at 22|c. ; counterpanes, 4 at $1.35; towels, $4.69 ; sun- 
dries, $8.11. 



Buchanan, R. H. : Duplex steam pump, 5| x 3| x 5, Blake special, $90 ; metropolitan 
injector, $7 . 20 

Cote, Edouard, repairing doors, windows, sidewalk and wood -box, &c. : time, 29 d, at $2 ; 
spruce sidewalk upon pine rails, 15 toise at $10 ; deals, $13.50 ; sundries, $14.58. .• 

Drolet, F. X. : time, 89 J h. at 30c, 60 h. at 40c, 34 h. at 35c ; pipe, $12.64 ; sundries, $45.97 

Gauthier, J. & Bro. : time, 3^ d. at $2; w. sashes, 4 prs. at $1.80; glass, 204 ft. at 10c ; 

1 painting, 74 yds. at 20c ; sundries, $6.54 

Lamonde, P. A. : w. sashes, 6 panes and shutter, 9 at $2 . 25, 1 at $3 . 50, 2 at $1 ; 6x8 cup- 
board, $14 

Morin, J. B., repairing kitchen stove, tank, engine pipe, &c. : time, 6 d. at $3.50; Gurney 
casting for range, $12 . 82 ; materials, $21 .32 

Paquet, Edward : time, 10 d. at $2 ; spruce planks, $8.88 ; materials, $5.45 

Richard, Nap. : time, 6 d. at $2 ; pine deals, 249 ft. at $60 ; materials, $6.95 

Vezina, Chs., plumbing repairs : time, 11^ d. at $2 ; materials, $14.25 

Putting up 12 shelves , . 



Queen's Wharf Building (¥3,978.69). 

Barbeau, Edmond : 3 gal. iron roofs and accessories, for shed G.N.W. telegraph, $70.40, for 

kitchen of watchman, $62 . 88, for house of same, $104 . 40 ; repairing roof, $5 . . 

Cote, C. & Co. ($755.83)— 

Remodeling, &c, roof of telegraph service , 

Scaffolding, making cut-stone cornice, repairing masonry of immigration building : join- 
ers, 27 d. at $2 ; masons, 99| d. at $2.50, 148^ d. at $1.50 ; cartage, $19 70; sundry 

materials, $32 . 38 ; sundry repairs within building, $8 . 30 

Repairing trap-doors of cellar of marine building : masons, 23 d. at $2.50, 23 d. at $1.50; 

stone, cement, &c, $39.90 

Drolet, F. X., 8-ft. x 3-ft. crane for telegraph store .... 

Eaucher, Selim, covering above cornice on marine building with gal. sheet iron : time, 27 d. 
at $2.50 ; 62 lbs. tin at 30c ; 200 lbs. gal. sheet iron at 4^c ; sundries, $4.90; work done 

to shed, $25 

Gaudry, L. Harry : 1 c. i. wh. enamel basin, $9 ; In. p. double bath cock, $2.25 ; n. p. rub- 
ber plug, 50c 

Gauthier, J. & Bro., work done at telegraph office : painting, 2 coats, 165 yds. at 15c, 3 coats, 

15 yds. at 20c ; sundries, $2.40 , 

Larose, L., jr., work done at caretaker's building ($884.63) — 

Brick fireplace in kitchen, 35 ft. of chimney at $2 ; filling in floor, 47 yds. at 15c 

Mason work : masonry, 14 toise at $14 ; brick, 16,500 at $11 ; scabbled stone, 988 ft. at 
15c ; fill in floor, 173 yds. at 10c ; plastering, 400 yds. at 30c ; buttresses of cut 

stone, 8 at $3 ; couvertures, 8 at $4 ; lancis, 95 ft. at 50c 

Plastering 1st floor, 89 yds. at 30c 

Carrying down chimney flue into cellar, &c , 

Parent, Paul, plumbing in caretaker's building: time, 18J d. at $3.75; ^-in. lead pipe, 15H 

ft. at 15c ; reservoir, 3^-ft. x 2^-ft. x 22-in. = 196 lbs. at 10c ; sundry materials, $90.61 
Picard, Oliver : painting cornice of marine building, 3 coats, 96 yds. at 20c ; doing over office 
• of L. A. Blanchet, washing walls, &c, 118 yds. at 6c ; wall-paper, border, and putting 
on same, $20.45; painting (2 coats) 162 yds. at 15c ; (3 coats) 43 yds. at 25c ; bronzing 

radiators, $6 

de Varennes, Ferd. ($1,519.06)— 

Digging new and lengthening old channel of drains: time, labourers, 40| d. at $1.50; 

joiners, 6 d. at $2 ; sundries, $14 .30 

Building porch about 6 ft. x 8-ft., $36; pine and cedar fence, carpenters, 16 d. at $2; 

materials, $39.48 

Building large shed for telegraph service, 18% d. at $2 ; deals, 3-in. x 9-in. x 12-ft., spruce, 
60 at 28c, lj-in spruce, 108 at 15c, lj-in. x 11-in. pine, T. & G., 79 at 23c ; cedar 

lambourdes, 6-in. x 9-in. 22-ft., 198 lin. ft. at 8c ; sundries, $21.15 

Building an addition (kitchen) to Queen's wharf building: labourers, 14 d. at $1.50; 
joiners, 60| d. at $2; deals, pine and spruce, $68.16; sundry lumber, $57.41; sun- 
dries, $30.60 



Carried forward . 



$ cts. 



467 19 



26 73 
38 05 



47 70 

97 20 

236 08 
121 34 

55 94 

39 75 

55 14 
34 33 
33 91 
37 25 
4 60 



242 70 
38 05 

585 88 



131 90 

28 77 


125 00 


11 75 


30 15 


77 05 


766 50 
26 70 
14 38 



201 36 



87 81 



87 05 


107 48 


125 15 


298 67 



3,814 37 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-47 



Quebec Immigration Buildings — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Queen 's Wharf Build ng — Concluded, 
de Varennes, Ferd. — Con. 

Work done on caretaker's building : sashes, single and double, 7 at $7 ; single and double 
frames, shutters, &c, 9 at $9 ; 2 staircases, 15 steps, $40, 14 steps to attic, .$21 ; li-in. 
pine roofing, 12 toise at $4; doors, 6 at $7 ; flooring, $54.01; sundry carpenter work, 

$177.69 ' 

Making large cornice on Queen's wharf building, 246 ft. at 70c 

Repairing trap-doors of cellar : carpenter, 16 d. at ,12 ; materials, $15.34 ; sundry repairs, 

$7.28 

Sundry work at telegraph store : carpenters, 70^ d. at $1.50; labourers, 9 d. at $1.25; 

deals, $24 . 60 ; sundry materials and cartage, $19 .61 

Vezina, Nap., repairing water-pipes and reservoir: plumbers, 25 d. at $2; materials, $31.88. 
Building closet, $8 . 75 ; sundries, $1 

General Expenses ($102.00). 

Vermette, Theophile, caretaker, April and May, 1899 

Total, carried to page Q— 2. 

Quebec Post Office. 

Audy, Maxime, roofing repairs : time, 56 d. at $2.00, 22i h. at 20c, materials, $37.78 

Beland, Phileas, superintendent, 2 m. to July 31, 1898, 9 m. to June 30, 1899 

Drolet, F. X.: grill work, $49.98 ; 6 frame grills, 3ft. 9 in. x2 ft. 3 in., 1 do, 3 ft. 1 in. x 3 ft. 

1 in.. $45 .... 

Dugal, Achille : building observation gallery, 54 ft. long x 2 ft. 2 in. wide x 8 ft. high, 14 

iron bolts at $3 ; 21 doors at $5 ; sundries, $38.62 

Faucher, Selim, repairing porch : time, 1\ d. at $2.50 ; materials, $25 

Gauthier, J., & Bros., work done on interior of P. O. ($1,645.82) — 

Painting, 2 coats, 1,612J yds. at 15c; 3 coats, 346^ yds. at 20c; 4 coats, 121 yds. at 25c; 

a bruler on doors, 38 yds. at 20c; imitation, 552 yds. at 50c 

Ceilings and walls, washing and 1 coat zinc, 2,116 yds. at 15c 

Staining, varnishing and painting (2 coats) staircase, stairway, &c, 197 yds. at 15c; 
bronzing radiators, $80 ; sundry cleaning, oiling, renewing of varnish, whitewash, &c, 

$78.19 ; materials, $32.26 ; labour, $11 

Wall paper, 67 rolls at 60c, 69 at 40c, 108 at 25c, 252 at 10c; laying 507 rolls at 20c; 
border, 91-g yds. at 25c, 32 at 20c, 144^ at 10c ; tearing off old paper, &c, 568 yds. 
at 5c 



Class, panes, 9 at 80c, 28 at 75c, 35 at 65c, 13 at 60c; sundry, $25.73 ; 105 ft. at 10c. 

lei 



3 doors covered with red cloth, $19.38 ; sign, $16.75 ; gold leaves for same, 26 at 75c; 
3 mirrors, $11.65 ; 4 curtains, $17.90 

Gauthier, J. & Bros., work done on exterior of P. O. — 

Painting, 2 coats, 1,059 yds. at 15c; 3 coats, 148 yds. at 20c; a bruler, 92 yds. at 20c; 
imitation, 92 yds. at 50c ; imit. of bronze, 80 yds. at 20c 

Jinchereau, J. B., mason work: masons, 139 d. at $2.50; workmen, 12 d. at $2.50; day 
labourers, 72| d. at $1.50 ; cutting stone, $3 ; cement, 25 brls. at $2.80 ; mortar, 48 minots 
at 40c; iron bricks, 355 at 6c; stone, sand, lampblack, &c, $38.33 ; cartage, $7.80 

Parent, Chas. A., sundry hardware 

Paquet, Ed., carpenter repairs : time, 6 d. at $2, 72 h. at 20c; materials, $9.53. 

Picard, Eloi, work done to interior: joiner, 125 d. at $2 ; lumber, $30.23 ; 3- in. x. 11-in. x 12 
ft. deals, 135 at 55c; 3-in. x 8-in. pine rails, 171 ft. at 4c; pine log, 175 ft. at 5c; win- 
dow sashes, 12 x 6 ft., 5 prs. at $10, 5 prs. at $7 ; 12 x 6 ft. frames, 5 prs. at $5 ; shutters, 
5 prs. at $1 . 50 ; sundry materials, $45 

Terreau & Racine, work on pattern, <fec 

Vermette, Theophile, caretaker, Oct. 1 to Dec. 31 , 1899, 70 d. at $2 

Vezina, Chas. : grill above radiator per contract, $45 ; repg. electric light, $43 . 11 ; plumbing, 
$14.60 

Bunting, 22 yds at 15c; repg. electric bells, $6.20; ladders, $3.84 ; sundries, $13.65 

Total carried to page Q— 2 

Quebec Province : Buildings Generally. 

Renewals and heavy repairs 



Alexandria, Out.. Reformatory. 



.(PageQ-107) 



Bourque, Jos., contractor, on account of award of arbitrators 

Dupuis, Wm., rent of grounds for storage of stone from summer 1896 to April 17, 1899. 
Leclerc, C. E., professional services, Dec. 29, 1897 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
3,814 37 



512 68 
172 20 

54 62 

161 21 

81 88 

9 75 



102 00 



4,908 71 


154 28 
1,008 42 


94 98 


185 62 
43 75 


625 03 
317 40 



231 00 



293 53 

93 68 

85 18 



268 85 



646 27 
28 60 
35 93 



534 57 

25 60 
140 00 

102 71 

26 99 



4,942 39 



11,960 24 



13,570 00 

5 00 

42 00 



13,617 00 



Q-48 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Alexandria, Out., Reformatory — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Mahony, John, storage of stone at Hull, from May, 1896, to June, 1899 

Roy, Victor, architect, Montreal: services, &c, 23 d. at $20; 3 trips, $49.50; rent of office 
for meetings of arbitrators, $15 ; letters, telegrams and correspondence, $23.75; less one- 
half ($274.12) payable by contractor 

Advertising ... 

Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q— 262) 



Total carried to page Q— 2 . 



Arnprior Post Office. 

Fortin & Fortin ($2,848.10)— 

Contract complete, $14,833.55 ; less paid in previous years, $13,410 

Foundation of timber and concrete 

Extra concrete foundation to piers on John Street 

Extra partitions, doors, &c 

Changing course of drain , 

Leclerc, P., et fils, contract complete for hot water heating apparatus 

Lee, John D., coal, 4'287 tons at $5.75 

Maranda, H. : clerk of works to June 30, 1899, 358 d. at $3 ; Arnprior to Ottawa and return, 

5 trips at $2.10 ; Dora. Express Co., 75c 

Moir, John S.: coal, 2302 tons at $5.75, "825 at $6 ; hardware, $3.17 

Star Iron Co., Montreal : 2 No. 5 New Star heaters with ash sifter, $240.80 ; valves and con- 
nections (special), $70 ; freight to Arnprior, $13.63 

Wolfe, Jonathan, on account $2,240 contract for fittings and retaining wall 

Cowan, John, trip to Arnprior, Dec. 2 

Stationery Office, $2 . 50 ; Queen's Printer's account, $18 . 31 

Advertising 

Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q— 262) 



Total carried to page Q— 2 . 



Belleville Post Office: New Box Fronts. 



Grills, Lewis, contract complete for new boxes, drawers, etc 
Templeton, R, & Co., 1 It. frosted glass, bent special 



Total, carried to page Q — 2. 



Brockville Post Office : New Boilers. 

Brown & Semple : pipe, 240 ft. of 3-in., $55.20, 171 of 2-in. $22.23, 95 of l|-in. $11.40; 4 3-in 
valves, $21.60 ; sundry pipe connections, &c, $73.79 ; men's time, 55 hrs. at 25c, 174 at 
40c. ; helper, 10 hrs. at 10c 

Giffin, R. : cement, mortar and sand, $2.70; work, self, 3 d. at $2.50; labourer, 3 d. at 
$1.25 ; breaking holes and stopping same, 30 hrs. at 25c. ; moving rubbish, $6 

Ives, H. R, & Co., Montreal: 2 Buffalo hot water heaters, $420; twin connections, $S 
valves, $60 ; freight to Brockville, $17.33 

Venney, P. J., delivering furnaces from G . T . R. to post office 



Total, carried to page Q— 2 . 



Ingersoll Post Office, &c. 

Carroll & McKnight, on account of $13,437 contract for P.O. building 

Watterworth, Win, clerk of works, Oct. 15 to June 30, 1899, 8i m. at $75 
Queen's Printer's account, $30.99 ; advertising, $234.19 



Total, carried to page Q — 2. 



Kingston Brill Hall. 



Bolger, T. 0., professional services re site, July, 1898 . . 

Ellis, Arthur, architect, professional services, Oct. 4-28, 1898, 168 hrs. at 60c 

Ellis, Arthur, architect and clerk of works, Jan. 25 to June 30, 1899, 156 d. at $2.50 

Sullivan & Langdon, on account of $61,930 contract to erect Drill Hall 

Queen's Printer's account, $1.62; Stationery Office, $59 .04 

Advertising 

Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q— 262) 

Total, carried to page Q— 2. , 



$ cts. 
13,617 00 
5 00 



274 13 

81 17 
14 00 



13,991 30 



1,423 55 
1,313 40 
34 75 
26 00 
50 40 
849 00 
24 65 

1,085 25 
140 51 

324 43 
600 00 

2 70 
20 81 

112 07 

3 20 



6,010 72 



550 00 
7 00 



557 00 



268 57 

27 45 

522 33 
6 00 


824 35 


8,790 00 
637 50 
265 18 



9,692 68 



23 00 
100 80 
390 00 
,910 00 

60 66 
223 72 

30 25 



9,738 43 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-49 



Ottawa Major's Hill Park: New Fence. 



Pay-lists, Apl. 18-23, July 5-Aug. 13 (§1,000.87) for names see Page Q- 
Foreman, 6 d. at $3.50 ; labourers, 115A d. at $1 .25 



61 



Stonecutters and masons, 273 d. at $3 ; watchman, 51 d. at $1.50 

Charleson, W. Cx. : cement, 16 brls. of " Hull " at $2, 1 of Portland, $2.15 ; sundries, $5.10. 

Ives, H. R., & Co., Montreal, on account of iron railing 

Mahoney, Jerry, smithwork 

Mahoney, John : shoddy stone, 9^ toises at $7.50 ; 18 pes. of stone, 57jf ft. at 20c 

Robillard, Alex. : coping 481 1. ft. at 40c. ; lime, 75 bush, at 18c 



Total, carried to page Q— 2. 



Ottawa Public Buildings, Grounds: New Sidewalks and Roadways. 

Sicily Asphaltum Paving Co., balance on contract, see page C^ — 45, 1897-98 

Contractor Security Account, amount retained from Sicily Asphaltum Co. as security for 
repairs 

Total, carried to page Q — 2 



Ottawa Public Buildings : New Greenhouse. 

Pay-lists, Aug. 1-Nov. 19, 1898 ($2,468.40). for names See (Page Q— 61)— 

" Carpenters and roofers : 59 d. at $2.25, 142§ d. at $2, 97§ d. at $1.75 

Carter, 18 d. at $2 ; watchman, 84 d. at $1.50 

Labourers, 95£ d. at $1.50, 12 d. at $1.35, 227^ d. at $1.25 

Painters, 114 , 7 (T d. at $2 : apprentices, 59 d. at $1.50, 7 d. at $1 

Stonecutters and masons, 145$ d. at $3 ; plasterers, 3f d. at $2.25 

Mechanical Branch, P. W. Dept ' .. 

Bailey, Ceo., 16 iron braces to support roof, $94.96 ; repairs to door knob and lock, 75c. . . . 
Butte'rworth & Co.: galv. iron, 174 pes. 8 ft. long, 1,296 lbs. at 2c, 3,212 lbs. of 28 gauere, at 

4',c, 1,090 lbs. of 26 gauge, at 4£c.; solder, 100 lbs. at 20c; 30 bush, of charcoal, $7.50; 

bags, $1.50 ; sundries, $22.07 

Canadian Granite Co., fine limestone, 9 yds. at $1.50 

Charleson. W. G.: 22 oz. glass, 1,080 panes of 13J x 22, 110 of 13f x 20&, 75 of lOf x 20i, at 

15c ; 100 of log x 20, at 21c, 190 of l4g x 20, at 20c, 176 of various sizes, $26.46 ; solder, 

50 lbs. ot 20c; hardware, etc, $73 

Edwards, W. C. & Co., Ltd., sundry lumber, $23.95 ; vou her 47172 outstanding, $145 
Ives, H. R. & Co., Montreal : 1 Buffalo hot water heater No. 18, $259 ; freight, $11.69 . . 

Law Bros. & Co., 48 leg stands, ",781 lbs. at 3c 

Mahoney, John, stone base, 270 ft. at 20c 

McCullough, (t. W.: No. 1 pressed brick, 47 M. at $15 ; white cross cement, 29 brls. at $2.50 ; 

Odell Bros., bricks, 2 M. at $7.50 ; Vaive, Pierre, sand, 6 yds at 75c, 3 loads at $1.25 

Robertson, Thos. & Co., Montreal: 4-in. iron pipe, 698S ft. at 22i*c, 1,214$ at 2L}Ac; 4-in 

m. i. elbows, 599i lbs. at Sc; 2 6-in. c i. elbows, $1.95; 4-in. close return bends, 8 at $1.55 
Victoria Foundry Co^ : castings, 3,608 lbs. at 4c, 2,986 at 3c; bolts, etc, $21.28 ; ioundry 

work, 106^ hrs. at 40c, 37 at 20c, cartage, $4 

Freight : Can. Pac Ry. $29.21, Dom. Ex. Co., 70c 

Smithwork : C. A. Dorion, $13.23 ; Jerry Mahoney, $11.82 

Advertising, $84.90 ; Queen's Priuter's account, $li.50 



Total carried to page Q — 2. 



Ottawa Public Buildings: S. Howell. 

J. C. Brennan, Robt. Hick and C. W. Treadwell, trustees of late Samuel Howell, in full, and 
final settlement of all claims for damages to his Sparks street property by rain water 
f r< >m roof of Lange vin Block 

Ottawa Public Buildings: Langevin Block. 

Pay-lists, Nov. 14, 1898-June 30, 1899 ($10,580.90), for names See (Page Q-61)— 

Foreman of carpenters : 84 d. at $2.50, 131 at $2.2") 

masons, 242 d. at $2.50 

Bricklayers and masons : 394t d. at $2.50, 334^ d. at $2 

Carpenters: 1,055| d. at $2, 5~d. at $1.75 

Carter, 84? d. at $2 ; painter, 2 d. at $2 

Labourers : 576£ d. at $1.50, 1,872 d. at $1.25 

Plasterers : 83 d. at $2.50, 859* d. at $2.25 

Roofers : 83 d. at $2, 155 d. at $1.75 

General jobbers, 24 d. at $1.75 

Carried forward 

1— 4q 



cts. 



165 37 

895 50 

39 25 

2,400 00 

92 91 

82 77 

205 90 



3,881 70 

8,073 83 
800 00 



,873 83 



589 00 
162 00 
443 14 
324 90 
445 12 
504 24 
95 71 



268 11 
13 50 



448 21 
16^ 94 
270 09 
113 43 

54 00 
143 00 

23 25 

4*) 33 

312 78 
29 91 
2"> 05 
96 40 



5,011 71 



600 00 



501 75 


302 50 


1,655 25 


2,119 25 


172 80 


3,205 30 


2,141 77 


437 28 


42 00 


10,5S0 90 



XJ-50 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Ottawa Public Buildings : Langcvin Block — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Clerk of Works' Branch of P. W. Dept., Page Q- 01, 4 mos. charged to this vote 

Bailey, Geo., Ottawa : iron, 358 lbs. at 4c; machine bolts, 255 at 2c; 7 lbs. washers, 84c; 
hauling girders, §6 ; man, 22 hrs. at 40c, 132 at 30c, 185 at 25c, 132 at 20c 

Bate, H. N. & Son, white cross cement, 30 brls. at $2.20 ; cartage, $1.50 

Bennett, James, improved plasterer's trestles, 16 at $2 

Brunet, J. & Sons, Montreal, 4-in. Terra Cotta slabs, 10,133 ft. at 10c , 

Butterworth & Co., hardware supplies . • 

Cavanagh, Ed. Co., Montreal : Hayes' best metallic lathing, 1,000 yds. at 33|c ; iron doors, 
3 sets at $160 ; 3-in. galv. pipe, 562 ft. at 37^c; 3-in. gal v. c i. tees, 30"at $1.40 ; 3-in. 
galv. c i. elbows, 24 at 94c; 27>-in. "Thistle " brand hose and couplings, 1,900 ft. at 35c; 
extra for nickeling couplings, 38 prs. at $2 ; play pipes, 36 at $6 ; extra for nickeling play 
pipes, 36 prs. at $1.50 

Charleson, W. G., Ottawa : lathing, 4,500 square yds. of metallic at 30c, 2,099if ydo. of 
special wire, at 30c, 490 of corrugated at 30c; stove pipe wire No. 18, 1,1014; lbs. at 7c 
corrugated iron, 1,800 ft. at 8^c; i-in. rd. iron, 11,900 lbs. at $2.40 ; staples, 20 gross at 
35c, 49f at 25c; 4 steel T's, 6 x 3 x 10^, 450 lbs. at 3|c; 4 steel beams, 6 x 3 x 10i, 520 
lbs. at3Ac; 116 steel beams, 12,425 lbs. at 2|c; nails, 2 kegs of roofing, $11, 1 of 3-in. 
wire, $2.*85 ; Portland cement, 5 brls. at $2.00 

Cochrane, James, Montreal, Portland cement, 150 lbs. at $2.32 . 

Desrivieres, J. A., Ottawa : 2 doors and 2 frames in cherry, $130 ; sundry lumber, $18.56 

Dupuis, D., Hull : 2x12 plank, 1,018 ft. at $11 ; 1 x 11 boards, 2,016 ft. at $11 ; 2x3 scant- 
ling, 50 pes. at l°c 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co., Ottawa ($10,517.20)— 

Special steel document drawers and cases for Record Branch, Interior Dept, 1,480 at $2.75 

Steel document drawers, in 2 sections A & B, for Interior Dept., 1,4S0 at $2.75 

Steel shelves, 112 at $1 ; 136 running ft. of uprights at $1.95 

On account fittings supplied to Agriculture Dept 

Forest, O., Ottawa, asbestos wall plaster, 52 tons at $6.50, 2 bags at 35c 

Graves Bros., Ottawa, hardware and tools ... 

Morrison, John and James Mcintosh, Alexandria, loading cars with brick, 8 at $7 

McCullough, G. W., Ottawa: cement, "Burham,"74 brls. at $2.60, 24 at $2.45 ; "John- 
ston's," 22 brls. at $2.75 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Toronto, 14 sections of metallic vault fittings, containing 784 box 
drawers with nickel handles at $2.95 

Ottawa Fire Proof Supply Co. : asbestos sectional blocks, 475 ft. at 30c ; asbestos sectional 
pipes, tees, elbows and valves, $49.32 

Parr, J. A., Ottawa : 2,000 ft. of 1 x 12 x 14 to 16, $24 ; cartage, $1 

Richter, Geo. H., & Co., Boston : 1-24 tray Brooks cabinet, $66 ; 1-528 Butf index, $9 

Robillard, Alex., Gloucester, 400 bush, of lime at 18c 

Stephen Bros., Ottawa : rolled plate glass, 225g ft. at 20c; whiting, 711 lbs. at lc 

Vaive Pierre, Ottawa, sand, 110 yds, at 75c 

Wurtele, J. W., & Co., Ottawa, rough asbestos wall plaster, 4^ tons at $6.50 

Cartage of 150 brls. of cement, $7.50 ; 50 bush, of lime, $8 ; 5 doz. window cleaners and 
polishers, $6.30 

Freight : C. A. R., $1.54 ; C. P. R., $41.34 



$ cts. 



Total carried to page Q — 2 



Ottawa Public Buildings : Photographic Establishment for Patent 
Office, Department of Agriculture. 

Wages of Workmen detailed at page Q— 61 ($2,147.87)— 

Bricklayers, 41?? d. at $3 ; carpenters, 478 d. at $2 

Labourers, 350 d. at $1.25 ; masons, 110 d. at $2.50 

Painters, 70 d. at $2 ; roofers and tinsmiths, 31 d. at $1.75 

Paylist, Mechanical Branch of P. W. Dept 

Bailey, Geo.: iron, 425 lbs of 2xf at 3c; 550 of angle and tee at $6 ; brass, 47 J lbs. at 30c; 

sundries, $25.29 ; smithwork, 62i h. at 40c, 632 at 30c, 192 at 20c 

Charleson, W G.: steel tees, angles and beams, 6,490 lbs. at 3^c; rubber belts, 1 special, $18, 

1 endless, $7.50; 1 power rotary pump, $28.50; plate glass, 163 ft. at 60c; sundries, 

$23.36 ; Portland cement, 48 brls. at $2.35 

Cote & Coursolles : 1-3 K W, 250 V Ed Motor, No. 1,828, armature No. 2,213; 1, No. 53,104 

Carpenter enamel Rheostat, $138 ; 1 Rheostat No. 53,104, $21 ; connecting same, $5. . . . 
Eclipse Office Furniture Co. : special metal cases, containing 21 pigeon holes each, 54 at $37.50 ; 

special ladders, 2 at $37.50 

Ives, H. R., & Co., Montreal ; 1 circular stair and landing, 41 steps at $5.50 ; circular railing, 

15 ft. at $1.20 ; 1 small iron pipe ladder, $25 ; freight, $5.80 

Stephen Bros. : 5-in. plate glass, 79 x 32, 7 panes at $11 ; 3 panes of orange and 3 panes of red 

glass, 60c ; doz. white wash brushes, $6 , 

Iron tank, $5.50 ; castings, $9.40 : 2 sacks plasterers hair, $2.20 

Materials taken from stock : Mechanical Branch, $263.57 ; Clerk of Works, $892.41 



Total carried to page Q— 2. 



10,580 90 


1,214 45 


147 31 

(57 50 

32 00 

1,013 30 

40 22 



£,101 34 



3,060 05 


348 00 


148 56 


38 38 


4.070 00 


4,070 00 


377 20 


2,000 00 


338 70 


32 35 


50 00 



311 70 

2,312 80 

191 82 

25 00 
75 00 
72 00 
52 18 
82 50 

26 98 

21 80 

42 88 



32,950 92 



1,080 50 
712 50 
194 25 
160 62 

338 29 



515 11 


164 00 


2,100 00 


274 30 


83 60 

17 10 

1,155 98 


6,796 25 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-51 



Ottawa Public Buildings : 4 New Boilers in West Block. 

Foreman, May 28 31, 3 d. at $3.50, details Page Q 15 

Paylists, May 22-June 30 ($2,622.69) for names see Page Q 61. 

Foreman of masons, 11 d. at $2.50 : masons, 59 d. at $2.50 

Bricklayers, 9H d. at $2.50 ; labourers, 111^ d. at $1.50, 123^ at $1.25 

Mechanical Staff P. W. Dept 

Bellingham, Win., Montreal, 4 sets New England roller grates, 734 sq. ft. at $5 

Campbell, W. J., Ottawa ($1,996)- 

Contract to construct and complete 4 new boilers 

One steel tank 3 ft. x 5 ft. x 6 ft .* 

Cavanagh Co., Montreal, 3,000 special fire brick at $29 

Charleson, W. G., Ottawa : 299 lbs. Lowmooi iron, $17.83 ; sundries, $5.27. 

Lawson, Thos., Ottawa : castings, 7,278 lbs. at 4c; 4 brass pieces for expansion joints, 69 lbs. 

at 30c 

Lewis, Bros. & Co., Montreal : iron, 25 bars of T, 2,481 lbs. at $2.90, 200 at $2.50 ; 34 bars of 

refined, 1,659 lbs. at $1.75 ; 4 bars of Lowmoor, 49 lbs. at 6|c., 35 sheets of blk, 2,928 lbs. 

at $2.65 ; 135 lbs. of Hex nuts, $10.03 

McAvity, T., & Sons, St. John : 2J-in. fig. 719 N. P. lock-up pop safety valves, 4 at $17.50 ; 

2-in. fig 753 ex. hvy. marine steam cox, 4 at $10 ; 1 84-in. brass cased steam gauge, $18 ; 

fig 890 rough N. P. water gauge columns, 4 at $3 ; brass union couplings, 8 of 14-in. at 

$1.40, 6 of 1-in. at 70c; 10 McShane checks, $34.87 ; 46 valves, $161.16 ". 

McCullough, G. W., Ottawa, English Portland cement, 20 brls. at $2.95 

Northey Mfg. Co., Toronto, 1 duplex pump No. 3,668 

Ottawa Fire Proof Supply Co.: fire clay, 5") bags at $1.40 ; £-in. genuine Jenkins sheet pack 

ing, 56 lbs. at $1 ($12.06 of this amount paid to Dom. Fordg. Co. ) 

Robertson, Thomas, & Co., Montreal : 1 6-in. globe valve flgd. with voke, $22 ; 5 6-in. cast 

iron elbows and 5 6-in. tees, $16.33 ; 2 lens 4-in. iron pipe, 42§ ft. for $16.91 

Standard Steam Specialty Co., New York, 1 utility pump governor 

Vaive, Pierre, Ottawa, sand, 55 yds. at 75c 

Victoria Foundry Co., Ottawa, castings, 9,570 lbs. at 4c 

Lime, 25 bush, at 18c; bag of coarse salt, 70c; freight, $37.09 (C. A. R., $17.24 ; Dom. Ex 

press, $1 ; Ottawa Forwarding Co., $18.85) ' 

Advertising, $117.03 ; Queen's Printer's account, $6.72 



Total carried to page Q — 2 



Ottawa Public Buildings : New Elevator in East Block. 

-15. 



Pay-lists : Feb. 17- June 30, 1899 ($1,176.21), for names see Page Q- 

Foreman, Mch. 1-May 28, 87 d. at $3.50 

Blacksmith, 1,099 h. at 22f c. ; helper, 1,021 h. at 16|c 

Carpenters, 63 h. at 25c, 498^ at 22^c, 108 at 194c 

Carter, 54 h. at 25c 

Labourers, 1,0874 h. at 16|c, 23 at 14c 

Painters, 117 h. at 22i|c, 333 at 194c 

Tinsmiths, 494 h. at 22|c., 494 at 194c 

Lewis Bros. & Co.", Montreal ($3,023.56)— 

Contract to erect new passenger elevator, $3,995, less $995 paid in 1899-1900 

Three steel roller plates, 155 lbs at $2.65, 678 lbs. of iron, $19.40 



Less, June, 1899, pay-list charged by P. W. Dept. to 1899-1900. 
Total, carried to page Q— 2 



Port Colborne Post Office. 



Mcintosh & Griffiths, balance due on contract. See page Q— -46, 1897-8 

Curry, S. G., architect, Toronto : services, 3 d. at $20 ; expenses, $10 

Total, carried to page Q — 2 



Bat Portage Post Office. 

V 

Garson, Win., on account of $18,875 contract for publie building 

Hudson, F. A., clerk of works, Aug. 12 to June 30, 1899, 10$f m. at $75 

Advertising 

Total, carried to page Q — 2 

1— 4jQ 



$ cts. 
10 50 



175 00 


550 38 


1,897 


31 


367 


50 


1,884 00 


112 00 


87 


00 


23 


10 



311 82 



196 66 



351 43 

59 00 

102 00 


133 00 


55 24 

98 00 

41 25 

382 80 


42 29 
123 75 


7,004 03 



304 50 

414 49 

147 60 

13 50 

184 52 

90 94 

20 66 

3,000 00 
23 56 


4,199 77 
94 73 


4,105 04 



1,195 00 
70 00 



1,265 00 



12,170 00 

793 55 

6 00 



12,969 55 



Q-52 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-93. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Toronto Dominion Public Buildings. 

Custom House (-$810.45). 

Bertram, Wilson & Co.: repairs to hoist, $33.23 ; collars for iron fence. 22 at 15c 

Gardner, Alfred & Co., repairs to paving in lane off Vonge St., contract ... 

O'Connor, M., painting wood and iron work on outside of custom-house, contract 

O'Hearn, Jas. J., cleaning windows, contract. . . 

Purdy, Mansell & Co., plumbing repairs 

Rogers, Chas. & Sons Co. : putting up pine shelving in basement, $30; alterations to counter. 

$20 ; 1 a-di standing desk, walnut top, $15. . 

Wheeler & Bain : repairing roof and cleaning out gutters, 47^ h. at 50c. ; sundry repairs. 



$7.70. 



Taking down double windows, 40 h. at 30c. ; wrought iron supporting bars to rail fence, $7.25 ; 
repairs to locks and new keys, $7.15 ; repairs to doors, $6.50 ; repairs to clock, $1.50 ; 
inspection of scales and cartage, $2 ; hardware, $5.02 ; supervising work done, 90c 

Examining Warehouse, ($2,101.94). 

Bertram, Wilson & Co.: changing hoisting cable, $13.80 ; repairs to boilers, $12.35 

Curry, S. G., architect, 1\ per cent commission supervising work done from July 1, 1897, to 

June 30, 1898 .... 

J)e Lanburgh, Henry : painting all wood and ironwork, fences, &c, in and about examining 

warehouse, contract, $.'90.25 ; cleaning ceilings and walls in bonded express dept., 717 

yds. at 4c ; cleaning plastered walls, wood and iron work of spiral stairs, painting same, 

3 coats, 260 sq. yds. at ISc. ; glazing, $3.28 

Garrick, Thomas : contract to construct granolithic walks, and extend granite driveway to 

street line, take up old cedar block in front of budding, repair blodk paving in rear. 

grade and sod in front of building, $373.60 ; constructing scoria block and granite cross 

ing, contract, $138. ._ . . 

Meadows, Geo. B., making and fitting up wire guards for steam coils, contract 

Munro, Wm. & Son: carpet. ter and joiner work, including covering door and window grat 

ings, contract, $295 ; sundry carpenter repairs, $23.^5 

O'Hearn, James J.: cleaning windows as contract, $20 ; reglazing, $6.15 

-Purdy, Mansell & Co. : repairs to plumbing, contract, $68 ; fitting up Richelieu closet over 

engine room, contiact, $24.50 

Wheeler & Bain: repairing roof and gutter pipes, 47 1). at 50c; materials, $10.05 ; repairing 

pump, 60c 

Plumbing repairs, $13.97 ; repairing doors, $3.60 ; hardware, $5.47 . 

Inland Revenue ($2,077.34). 

Bertram, Wilson & Co. : 2 Safford radiators, 4 valves and 17 pes. fittings, $55 ; 120 lbs. smoke- 
stack iron, 5 grate bars, 5 lbs. rivets, 12 bolts,_ $10. 

Cullen, Wm. : brickwork, cut stone work, plastering, &c, to alteration to Attorney General's 
office— contract, $38 » ; additional plastering and repairing plaster, $17 45 

Curry, S. G., architect, lh p.c. commission supervising work done from July 1, 1897, to June 
30, 1898, $98 30 ; measuiing asphalt and certifying accounts, $5 

Mashinter, W., & Co., electric wiring inland revenue building — contract 

n .. plumbing and gasfitting 

Munro, Wm., & Son, contract for carpenter and joiner's work 

O'Connor, M. ($616.70)— 

On account of contract for painting 

Paper and hanging, &c, $14.20 ; bronzing radiator, $1 ; painting door, $1.50 

Rogers. Chas., Sons & Co., alterations to A. R.-G. Office — contract. 

Wheeler & Bain, 2 galv. iron skylights and ventilators and putting up— contract 

Repairing bells, .$7 . 30 ; plumbing, $4 



Post Ofice ($1,982.67). 
Bennett & Wright ($363.90)— 

On account of contract for re-wiring Toronto Post Office 

Putting in three electric brackets and reflectors, $12 ; material and time wiring gables, 
putting up brackets and reflectors, $45.02; key socket and fixing, $1.50; repairing 

burst pipe, $5.38 .' 

Curry, S. G. r architect, 1\ comm'ssion supervising work done, July 1, 1897, to June 30, 1898. 

Hemming, E., making 4 tour- wheeled trucks— contract 

Incandescent Light Co. of Toronto, repairing and changing lights 

McGregor & Mclntyre, rep dring ornamental iron railing — contract 

O'Connor, M. : cleaning, rubbing and painting in best vermillion street letter boxes, 477 at 

65c; lettering three signs, " Railway Mail Service Supt. Offices," $12.75 

O'Hearn, Jas. J. : painting two rooms ; also cleaning and relaying carpets (contract), $23 ; 

lettering signs, $6.*0 _ ._ 

Purdy, Mansell & Co., plumbing repairs and hardware supplies 

Shipway Iron and Bell Works: repairing front doors, $30.50 ; repairing heavy iron grate, 

$13; furnace poker, $1.50 



Carried forward 



322 80 



29 80 
117 31 



45 00 



6,216 17 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-53 



Toronto Dominion Public Buildings— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Post 0#ce— Concluded. 



Smith, John B., & Sons : carpenter : 



jar penter repairs, 1 121^ hrs. at 30c. ; painter, 31 hrs. at 30c; labourer, 
5 hrs. at 20c. ; 1,349 ft. lumber, $42.75 ; hardware, &c, $77.90 ; 1 oak postal note cabinet 



$15 ; 1 iron bag holder, $5 ; 6 waste paper baskets 
itt, Depfc * of P ' °- ( contract K $154; cartage, $5.10.. . 
Wheeler & Bain : enlarging 18 paper " 



$6 ; making alterations in Customs 



and putting on new brass flaps at br inch P. O. 
$44.15; repairing trough and conductor pipes, $15.02; sundry repairs, $13 60 
Repairing bells, $9.20; repairs on flag, $5 ; hardware, $3.76 ; cleaning snow from ' ' 



"om roof, $5. 



Generally ($95. 95 '). 

Johnston, James, travel, Ottawa to Toronto and return, 
Detailed with Ottawa Buildings lighting, Page Q— 73.. . 



Dec. 1-4, 1898 



Total, carried to page Q— 2. 



Woodstock, Out, Post Office. 

Price of site: Miss Mary E. Adams, $3,800; Alex. Watson, $3,100. 
Jb. J. Ure, P.L.S., services re Woodstock P. O. site.. 
Legal services re Woodstock P. O. site, Alfred S. 



Ball. 



Total, carried to page Q — 2. 



$ cts. 
6,216 17 



660 50 



Ontario Buildings Generally. 



Renewals and heavy repairs , 



Portage la Prairie Post Office, &c. 



.'(Q.-107) 



Ashdown, A. L., 28 ft. ornamental fence and 4-foot gate in fron 
Ashdown, J. H. : 2 It. electric fixtures, 1 at $7.50, 2 at $5 ; 1 It 



front of P. O., contract 

pendants, 4 at $3.35, 5 ai 



$41. 



putting door between 



cabinet file, contract, $55 ; table,' $8 ; 
contract, $65 ; shelving for vault, contract, 



.90 ; electric brackets, 12 at $1.35 : sundries, $6. . 
Duncan, John : sundry carpenter repairs in P. O., contract 

Inland Revenue offices, $18 

Higginbotham, J. F., office clock for P. 6 ............ 

Housser, G. B., & Co. : window screens, 33 at $1.10 

1 w. c. at P.O., box lined with galv 

$12 ; sundries, $4 . 45 

Mil HonT' &7n l ga w ir T w ^ te ^k, $27.50;' stand for do,' $8;' force'pump'and'connec 
tions, $11 50, stand for do, $2.50, hose and connections for do, $7.50; changing eave 
trough and connecting with tank, $9 ; mason cutting hole in stone foundation, ?$6 

McKillop D. : 40 blinds, put up cord and all complete, $70 ; oak roller top desk, $28 5o'-' 1 
desk, $25 ; office chairs, 1 at $6 2 at $5.50 ; 10 chairs, $9.75 ; 3 washstands, $10 ; letter 
press and stand, $7 ; sundries, $14.75 ; cupboard for forms, $20 
$8 06 7 Mfg * Ca ' Toronto: lba £ ra ck, style D., containing 28 bags,' $70 

Rubenstein Bros Montreal : 420 P.O.' box fronts', '$600. 60 ; 5 case's, $4.50 ; 'freight! $15 96 ' 
Smith, D., travelling expenses : July 25-26, $8.30 ; Apl. 29, 1899, $9.05 .......... 



72 77 
22 96 


25 95 

70 00 


7,068 35 


6,900 00 

25 25 

140 00 


7,065 25 


10,000 81 


35 00 


67 60 


59 35 
12 00 



freight. 



■Straube, V., repairing locks, $10.75 ; Thomas, P., Dominion flag, $16 



Urquhart, Alex 

head,$l 50.. 
Viau & Lachance 



2 rails in front of P.O. delivery wickets, 



contract, $22; repairing 



pump 



' b *o n £ e due °? . contract for P - °- building'. ' "Lepage Q-54, '1897-98. '.'.'" 
Tm box for stamps, $2.75 ; repairing pump, $1.75 ; making enamel and gold sign « Customs 
$2 . 50 ; lock, 50c 



House," $4; toilet set. 



Total carried to page Q — 2 

Winnipeg Custom House : Repairs and Improvements. 



180 7i 



'2 00 



202 00 



'Cameron & Sutherland, repairing cement floor, contract 

Lalonde & Melord, contract for all woodwork in alterations and fittings' in'c H 

■wful' w ?>' re P a i, rin » P laster and Plastering new partitions, contract .' 

4ktY-i T \ V * °°-» kalsomining, painting, hard oiling, &c, contract. . 
Wells, J. L., & Co., contract, plumbing , ........ 



Total carried to page Q— 2. 
Manitoba Buildings : Generally. 

Renewals and heavy repairs (Page Q— 107) 



78 06 

621 06 

17 35 

26 75 

23 50 
507 40 

11 50 


1,914 32 


50 00 
625 00 

98 00 
290 00 
325 00 



1,388 00 



5,007 77 



Q-54 



AUDITOR GENERAL' 'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



N.AV.T. : Court House, Lock-up and Police Accommodation. 

Lcthbndge ('$4-5.65). 

Oliver, Wm. : kalsoroining court room, 300 yds. at 5c. ; 14 pkgs. of kalsomine, $7 ; 4 bush, 
lime, $2.40 ; sundries, .$7.00 ; 2 spring Yale locks and 8 keys, $7.15 ; closing 2 registers, 
$3.50 

Moosom in ( $ 14- 75). 

Jopp, J. C. : man helping to put up double windows, $1 ; boy ringing bell for sale, 25c 

Mennie, J. S. : painting and varnishing 3 vestibules, $0 ; signs on court-house doors, $2 

Moosomin Spectator, 100 bills auction sale 

Smith, W. H., repairing plastering 

Prince Albert (%900. 58). 

Pay-lists for sewer drain and cess-pool, Oct.-Dec, 1898 ($419.17) — 

Foreman, Wm. Knox, 416 hrs. at 45c 

Carpenters : D. A. McGregor, 102 hrs. at 30c. ; Geo. Ballantine, 76 hrs. at 20c 

Labourers : D. Williamson, 277 hrs. at 20c. ; John Latzkowskie, 329 hrs. at 17|c. ; Alex. 
McTaggart, 40 hrs. at ll\c 

Man and team, Adam McBeath, 160 hrs. at 40c. ; painter, F. Key worth, 11 hrs. at 20c. . 
Kernaghan, J. B. : cement, 2 brls. at $9 ; 148 lbs. band iron, $11 . 20 ; making and fitting 

hooks, $6.50 ; 2 kegs cut nails, $9 ; 2^ M. cedar shingles, $7.50 ; hardware, &c, $11.15. 
Sanderson, James : 1 tamarack tank, 9 ft. dia., 12 ft. deep, $40 ; 2,331 ft. of lumber, $45.61. . 

Stull, J. F. A., Sec. Treas. of Nosbitt Academy, price of land for site of cess-pool 

Woodnian, A. H. : 6-in. sewer pipe, 324 ft. at 18c. ; 1 length of 6 in. iron pipe, $18.75 ; £-in. 

gate valve, $23.25; sundries, $14.62; freight from Hamilton, $105.16; from Winnipeg, 



:.40. 



Cleaning well, $7 ; drawing sawdust, $4 ; sewer pipes, $4 ; 2 cords of building stone, $8 ; 2! 

bush, of lime, $5.50 _ 

Legal services : Chisholm & Hannon re Cess-pool site, $11.95 ; James McKay re Court-In >use 

site, $7.50 , 



Regina ($22.45). 

Little, T. J., taking off window screens and putting on winter sash. 
Smith & Ferguson Co., : plumbing, 60c. ; ventilator pipe, $2.50. 
Whitmore, John A. , postage stamps 



Total carried to page Q — 3 . 



Medicine Hat Court House, &c. 

Advertising, $160.08 ; Queen's Printer's Account, $22.95 



Regina Land Titles Office. 

Advertising, $153.68 ; Queen's Printer's Account, $56.02 . . . 



Regina Land Titles Office : Steel Roller Shelves. 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Toronto, 6 sections metal document fyles and shelves, as per contract 

Yorkton Immigrant Ruilding. 

Pay-lists, Jan. 4 to Feb. 15, 1899 ($495)— 

Foreman carpenter, J. W. Christie, 32 d . at $3 

Carpenters, hours at 25c. : N. J. Conn, 198 ; J. I. Hawkins, 158 ; W. A. Hawkins, 22 ; 
' B. Johnson, 23; W. H. Miller, 138; J. Norstein, 32; N. Norstein, 136; M.J. 

Polubikzki, 170 

Carpenters, hours at 20c. : A. 1). Eckardt, 132; Carl Erickson, 54; J. Jannusson, 130 ; 

C. W. Marlatt, 128 ; G. Sanderson, 53 ; J. Sanderson, 110. 

Carpenter, W. Sanderson, 86 h. at 22^c; labour, J. Kolodzisizak, 26 d. at $1.50 

Ashdown & Co., hardware.. 

Cauchon, Joseph, paymaster, Winnipeg, travel and outlay : Feb. 3-5, $25.85 ; Mar. 10-13, $26.35 

Furby & Son : painting outside of Immigration shed, 3 coats, contract 

Kilborn, W. L.: building 86-ft. chimney, contract, $129 ; 2 brick thimbles, &c, $5 . ... 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 



45 65 



1 25 
8 00 
1 50 
4 00 



187 20 
45 80 

119 97 
66 20 

63 35 
85 61 
60 00 



224 50 
28 50 
19 45 



17 35 
3 10 
2 00 

983 43 



183 03 



209 70 



792 00 



96 00 



219 25 



121 40 


58 35 


55 31 


52 20 


128 00 


134 00 



864 51 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-55 



Yorkton Immigrant Building — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Meredith, Thomas : shiplap, 9,638 ft. of 0-in. at $21.50, 3,252 of 1-in. at $21.50, 1,068 at $24 ; 
1 x 6-in. sidings, 1,991 ft. of No. 3 at $31, 3.460 of No. 2 at $38 ; 1 to 2-in. W. P. selected, 
749 ft. at $60, 240 at $12 ; h x 4-in. fir flooring, 6,359 ft. at $40 ; 2-in. pine, 1(5,558 ft. at 
$21 : 1-in. pine flooring, 2,735 ft. at $24 ; V ceiling, 2,440 ft. at $26 ; 5-iti. cedar casing, 680 
1. tt. at 4c; common boards, 3,000 ft. at $21 ; cedar shingles, 22J M. at $2.75 : tar paper, 
20 rolls at 90c; wind >ws, 26 at $2 15 ; doors, 6 at $2.95, 2 at $4, 1 at $4.25 ; sundries, 
$73.4!) 

Smith, D., clerk of works, Winnipeg, travelling expenses 

Cord of wood, $3 ; 252 ft. lumber, $5.80 ; 13 track ties, $3.67 

Total carried to page Q— 3 



North-west Territories, Buildings Generally. 

Renewals and Heavy Repairs Page Q — 107 

New Westminster Temporary Building. 

Erecting Temporarv Building, Sept. -Oct., 1898 ($416.66): 

Foreman, B. W. Shiles, 20 d. at $5 

Bricklayer, James C. Smith, 4^ d. at $5 

Carpenters, days at $3.50: Alex. Adams, 14' 8; G. Barton, 12| ; Frank Cigonia, 6^; 
Wm. Grace, 7i ; R. S. Inglis, 9* ; R. McMurphy, 5£ ; A. M. Sharp, 5| ; H. Simpson, 
5i : Stephen G. Tidy, 2 ". 

Labourers : John Forrest, 5£ d. at $2.50; P. Mcintosh, 7 d. at $2 50; John Power, 5;| 

d. at $3 . 50 

Anderson & Co. : building paper, 21 rolls at 90c ; air tight heaters, 2 at $10, 1 at 88.40, 2 at 

$7.40 ; hardware, &c, $51 .76 

B. C. Mills Timber and Trading Co. : lumber, 1,326 ft. at $22.50, 17,530 at $10; lx ' T. & 

G. No. 2, 3,200 ft. at $20 ; 1 x 10 shiplap, 6,450 ft. at $12 ; doors, 7 at $2.75, 4 at *2.50 ; 

outside door frames, 12 at $2.10, 1 at $2 ; windows, 21 at $3 ; window frames, 15 at $1.65, 

5 at $2 ; 2 sets letter-boxes, 32 compartments, $15 ; sundry lumber, &c, $20.66 

Fales, W. E. : roll-top desks, 1 at $40, 4 at $30, 1 at $25 ; tilting chairs, 4 at $6.50, 3 at $3 ; 2 

arm chairs, $4 ; 6 tables with drawers, $35.50 : 3 kitchen tables, $15 ; 2 copy press tables, 

$5 ; 6 cocoa door mats, $6 ; 5 mirrors, $6.25 ; 2 office stools, $2 ; 1 cushion, $2 

Kirk, H. T. : galv. iron roof, 27| squares at $8 ; extra work on cap, $8.43; 1 flush closet, 

complete, and fitting. $35.50 ; 1 wash basin, do, $8.75 ; making drain, $10.80 ; 2 heaters, 

pipes, elbows, &c, $21.50; sundry hardware supplies, $29 65 

McMillan, John, packing and shipping P.O. lock boxes and drawers, 8 d. at $3.50 

Marshall, James : varnishing furniture, $16 ; painting floors, $13 ; painting and making signs, 

1 at $12, 2 at $1.25 

Murchie, D. : 2 desks, $12 ; set of pigeon holes, $9 ; 2 sets of 10 drawers, $18 ; 4 cupboards, 

$29.50 ; 2 drafting boards, $18 ; 1 copying press, stand, $8 ; 1 stand of drawers for maps, 

$15; sash and frame, 6x6, $10.50; green baize door, $6.50; sundries, $11.50; drayage, 

$5 ; fitting office, 7 d. at $5 . 

New Westminster City : installing lights, 13 drops at $1, 9 at $1.50 ; lamps, 1 at 75c, 15 at 

50c, 6 frosted at 60c 

Reid, John : to,king down walls of public offices, cutting open 4 vaults and removing contents, 

digging out sate, &c, out of ruins, 8 men 25 h. each, $50 ; foreman machine, 25 h. at 50c ; 

scaffolding, ladders, tackle, &c, $12 50 ; turning over and cutting open Customs-house 

safe, $5 



Shelton & Co., 1 office arm chair 

Shiles, B. W. : sundry carpenter work, 35 h. at 35c ; hardware, lumber, &c, $9.82 

Vanstone, W. E. : wash-basins, contract, $43 ; city water connection, $5 .... 

Weiler Bros. : No. 1 oak desk, $22 ; 2^ x U ft. oak desk, $10 ; No. 5,367 chair, $9 ; No. 5,332 
chairs, 3 at $3.50; No. 261 book-case, $25; wash-stand, $9; 11| x 12 Brussels square, 
$25 ; 9x 12 Japanese rugs, 2 at $17.50, 1 at $14 ; matting, 9 yds. of cocoa at 75c, 10 of 
Napier at 50c ; plain cork carpet, 21 sq. yds. at $1.35 ; 1 pr. chenille curtains, $7.50 ; 
sundries, $23.25 • 

Papering 1 room, $5 ; kalsomining 2 rooms, $6 ; painting, oiling and varnishing 9 doors, $5.50 ; 
repairing clock, $2 ; printing cards, $2 ; cartage, $9.25 ; freight, $10 

Total, carried to page Q — 3 

Vancouver Brill Hall. 

Advertising, $111 .30 ; Queen's Printer's Account, $46 . 30 



$ cts. 
864 51 



1,611 50 

81 10 
12 47 


2,569 58 



2,175 90 



100 00 

22 50 


243 41 


50 75 


113 86 


536 39 


295 75 


336 63 
28 00 



43 50 

178 00 
38 35 



80 00 
11 00 
22 07 

48 00 



230 35 

39 75 
2,418 31 

157 60 



Q-56 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Vancouver Post Office : Improvements, dec. 

Bruce, Alex., making alterations, etc., Aug. 1-Feb. 23, 1899 : stonemasons, 12^ d. at $4 ; tin- 
smith and helper, Ah d. at $4.50; carpenters, 217 § d. at $3.50; painter, 10 d. at $3 ; 
labourers, 12 d. at $2.25; lettering signs, etc., 25 h. at 40c; hire of 9 jack-screws, H 
weeks, $20.25 ; cedar, 1,040 sq. ft. at $45 ; fir, 1,884 ft. of clear dry at $22.50, 1740 at $20^ 
58 c. ft. of cut stone, $55 ; 35 sheets, It. iron, 575 lbs. at 6c; 3 iron columns, 6 top and 
bottom plates, 2,631 lbs. at 3|c; sundry materials, $183.70; stools for carriers, 12 at 
$1.50 ; sorting tables, 1 at $43.50, 1 at $19, 12 at $7.60, 2 at $6 ; 1 strong table (4i x 30 
ft.) for bags, $41 ; 1 writing table, $9.45 

Hinton, Geo. C: magneto telephones, 3 at $12 ; wiring, $4 ; wiring and installing lights, 16 
at $4.50; desk portables, 2 at $6 ; 2 McCreary shades, $3.90; repairing telephone 
wires, $2 

Martin & Bx-ooks, repairing and patching plaster work throughout building, Feb. 6-28, 1899 
plasterer, 338 h. at oOc. ; helper, 169 h. at 28c; lather, 15 h. at 35c; plaster of Paris, D 
brks. at $5 ; sundries, $21 .40 

Mortimore, J. G., plumbing repairs 

materials, $67.50 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co. -of Toronto, 1-28 bag rack 



plumber, 83^ h. at 50c, 



plaster of Paris, 
helper, 781 h. at 20c . ; sundry 



Less— Charged, Renewals, etc., British Columbia (Page Q — 105) 

Total, carried to page Q — 3 



Victoria, New Post Office. 



$ cts. 



B. C . Furniture Co. , counter for parcel post 

B. C. Paving and Roofing Co.: taking down brick wall, putting in concrete, etc., for freight 
and pas>enger elevators, bricklayers, 15 d. at $5 ; labourers, 48 d. at $2.50; cemenc, 17i 
brls. at $4.25 ; sand and gravel, 17 loads at $1.50; wood centre for arch, $5; cutting 
and drilling holes in walls, for Savings Bank vault, 7 d. at $2.50; hauling rubbish from 
courtyard, $14.50 ; sundry repairs, $15.50 

Brown, J. G., building up front of vault in new P.O.: bricklayer, 4 d. at $5; labourer, 4 d. at 
$2.50 ; cement, lime and sand, $14 •. 

Jones, J. M. : painting and varnishing, etc., woodwork and heating pipes destroyed by 
workmen putting in steel vault and elevators, 143 h. at 33gc ; materials, $28.45 

McMillan, John, sundry repairs and alterations, etc., Sept. 15-Apl. 11, 1899 : carpenter, 55 
d. at $3.50, 48^ at $3 ; labourers moving safe, 14 d. at $2.50 ; fittings in vault, P.O. inspec- 
tor's oSice (contract) $50 ; sundries, $18 ; cartage, $8 

Nichoiles & Renouf : marine valve oil, 1^ cases at $11.20; lubricating compound, 30 lbs. at 
30c ; hardware, etc., $56 .84 

Pacific Express, moving from old to new P. O.: 70 h. at $1, 10 at 75c; 7 loads at 50c; 3 
safes at $3 

Patton, Chas., Ottawa : 8 glass lined Star chemical fire extinguishers at $15 

Sellieh, Robert, repairing plaster, 3^ d., $21 ; material, $6 ; express, 50c 

Sheret, Andrew : plumbing repairs, $52.45 ; fitting up hose connections in basement, 72 h. at 
50c ; materials, $40 .67 

Taylor, J. & J. ($17,902.30)— 

Contract complete for steel burglar-proof vault „ 

Removing safes, etc., from old building to new 

Taylor Mill Company, sundry lumber . 

Waites, James, repairs to locks and P.O. boxes 

Weiler, Bros., No. 561 Yale drawer locks, 28 at $1 .35 

Repairs to vault, $6 ; 5 nights watching savings bank vault while moving, $12.50 ; advertis- 
ing re removal of P.O. savings bank, $2.40 ; printing removal notices, $3 

Queen's Printer's account 

Transfer of post office and inspector's office to new public building, July 9- Aug. 9, 1898 : 
labourers, 670 h. at 20c; charwomen, 20 h. at 20c, 30 at 15c 



Total carried to page Q — 3 



Williams' Head Quarantine Station. 

Can. Pac. Navigation Co., freight, etc., on 84 ship bunks 

-Cotsford, J., 3-in . tube, 9 ft. at 24c, 10 h. work, $5 

Esquimalt Graving Dock, docking Str. "Earl," 54 tons as proportion of " Quadra " dues, 

$25.84 ; 4 lay days, $20 

Henderson, Wm., clerk of works, Victoria, services for May, 1899, charged to this vote 

Hinton, Geo.'C. & Co.: No. 4 stranded cable, 500 ft. at 12c; sundries, $2.25 

Hoskins & Son, Birmingham, Eng. : 50 best qual. galv. steerage berths, with lath bottoms. 

6 ft. x 2 ft. inside, $267.66 ; insurance, $1 .77 '. 

Macmillan, John, putting up 50 iron berths in Suspect station, 3d. at $3.50 

Nicholles & Renouf : 80 lbs. steel nails, $4 ; 6 gross br. screws, $8.90 

Carried forward 



1,636 58 
129 90 
267 97 



124 95 
70 00 


2,229 40 
542 51 


1,686 89 



40 00 

347 40 
44 00 
76 10 

449 00 

82 64 

90 00 

120 00 

27 50 

129 12 

17,645 00 

257 30 

79 87 

49 10 

37 80 

23 90 

30 

142 50 



19,641 53 



53 46 

7 16 

45 84 

175 00 

62 25 

269 43 
10 50 
12 °0 



636 54 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-57 



Williams' Head Quarantine Station — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Sheret, Andrew : G. V. pipe, GO ft. of f-in. at 12c., 220 ft. of Lin. at 15c, 16£ ft. of 2-in. at 
30c. ; ', and t ! -in. lead pipe, 158 lbs. at 10c; solder, 30 lbs. at 25c; 3 embossed syphonia 
water closets, $30 ; box coil for range, $7 ; sundries, $43.05 ; plumber, 300 h. at 50c. . . . 

Taylor Mill Company : G x cedar, 4,320 ft. at $9 ; 1,200 pickets, $15. GO ; sundries, $22.98. . 

Victoria Machinery Depot, foundry work 



Construction of 3 Cottax/cs for Quarantine Officers, April 10- June 30, 1899. 

Foreman, John Macmillan, 29^ d at $5 

Carpenters, days at $3 : John Belanger, 44 ; Alex. Bruce, G7i ; Richard Douglas, 65^ ; 

Arthur Parberry, 51 | ; Isaac Somers, 5j ; Thos. Tubman, 30 ; Wm. Walker, 3 

Albion Iron Works Co. , lb-in. D grates, 3 at $G.15 

Jardine, John, contract for painting 3 cottages at $90 each 

Nicholles & Renouf : bronze inside mort. locks, 27 at $1.50; F. D. locks, 3 at $2.75 ; sash 

weights, 432 lbs. at 2|c ; 10 lbs. sash cord, $5 ; sundries, $10. 2G 

Sellich, Robert, contract for chimneys and plastering 3 cottages : chimneys and fire places, 

83 1. ft. at $1.G5, without fire places, 95 ft. at $1.50; lath and plastering, 1,318 s. yds. 

at 21c 

Taylor Mill Co. : rough lumber, 22.257 ft. at $7.50 ; shiplap, 8,100 ft. at $9.50 ; 1 x 6 rustic, 

G,500 ft. at $14.50 ; 1 x 4 T. and C, 5,100 ft. at $14.50, 1,050 at $15 ; 4 x 4 gutter, 480 1. 

ft. at 7c ; 2 x 8 D. D. and bevelled, 405 1. ft. at 3c ; mantels, 3 at $10 ; shingles, 48 M. at 

$1.65; doors and frames, 3 front at $6.75, 3 rear at $5.50 ; 1 outside, $4.75, 24 inside 

at $3.25 ; windows, 7 Mullion at $8, 28 single, $91.75 ; sundries, $182.50 



Total carried to page Q — 3 . 



British Columbia, Buildings Oenerallj . 

Renewals and heavy repairs ( Page Q — 107) 

Public Buildings Generally : Elevators, &c. 

Electric and other power for running elevators, stamp-machines, &c. . . 



..(Page Q— 107) 



.20. 



Public Buildings Generally : Renewals and Heavy Repairs. 

Beland, Phileas, clerk of works, Quebec, sundry outlay, Jan. 3- Dec 1, 1898 

Belanger, M. A., Ottawa : silver bath, $3.50 ; 1 lb. silver nitrate, $9.50 

Cowan, John, travelling expenses 

Dietzgen, Eugene, 2 rolls Vandyke paper, $2.94 : Fligg, W. EL, repairing typewriters, 

Dodwell, C. E., insp. of bdgs., N.S., Halifax, travel, July 1 to Dec. 31, 1898 

Greenwood, R. P., clerk and draughtsman, Halifax, travel in March, 1899 

Morrison & Mcintosh, contractors, Alexandria : loading cars with brick, 27 at $7 ; loading 

lumber, $24 

New Warren Scale Co., Montreal : No. 4 500 lb. platform scales, with wheels, 13 at $11 ; 

No. x 2,000 lb. platform scales with wheels and extra wooden platform, 2 at $22.40; 

inspection fees, $11.75 ; special dormant scale placed at Montreal post office, capacity 

4,000 lbs. with extension levers, inspection fees included, $150 

Pritchard- Andrews Co., Ottawa, repairing daters, &c 

Richmond County Electric Co., Richmond : installing 30 lights in post offi.ee bdg. as per 

agreement, $104.50 ; installing 4 extra lights at same rate, $13.92 

Smith, D., clerk of works, Winnipeg, travel, May 9-14, 1809 

Smith, W. J., engineer, Toronto pub. bdgs : travel, Sept., 1898 and June, 1899 

Topley Studio, Ottawa: Premo camera, tripod and cases complete, $77.50; silver nitrate, 2 

lbs. at $9.50 ; collodion, 25 lbs, at 90c. ; sundry photographic materials, $24.05 

Weidenbach, H., restoring pictures 

Wilson, James & Co., Ottawa, framing in oak and gold, photos of public buildings, 6 at $3. . 
Subscriptions : N. Y. Engineering Record, $5; Scientific American, $3 ; Building Ed., $2. . 

Washing and cleaning Montreal P. 0., detailed with Montreal public bdgs (Page Q— 45) 

Telegrams : C. P. Ry. Tel. Co., $350.08 ; G. N. W. Tel. Co., $143.75 

Freight and express: C. A. Ry. Co., $2.99; C. P. Ry. Co., $11.29; Can. Exp. Co., $11.90: 

Dom. Exp. Co., $12.10 

Queen's Printer's account, $174.51 ; Stationery Dept., $916.03 

Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q- 2G2) 

Salaries of Ottawa officials (Page Q— 12) 

Detailed with Ottawa Buildings, heating (Page Q— 72) 

.1 11 lighting (Page Q— 73) 

Total, carried to page Q — 3 



$ cts . 
636 54 



298 50 
77 46 
51 41 



147 50 

801 75 
18 45 

270 00 

73 73 
556 23 



1,032 53 
3,964 10 



5,201 08 



3,895 76 



50 72 
13 00 
175 98 
11 14 
48 25 
7 11 

213 00 



349 55 

3 40 

118 42 
51 10 

3 50 

143 05 

150 00 

18 00 

10 00 
142 00 
500 43 

38 28 

1,091 14 

974 44 

64 50 
108 50 

70 00 



4,355 51 



Q-58 



AUDITOR GEXERAUS REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Ottawa Buildings : General Repairs Pay-lists. 

Amyot, E., carpenter, July, 14 d. at $2 ; Arbique, Jos., roofer, 12*; d. at $1.75. 
Arial, Thos., carpenter, Mar.- June, 67 '3 d. at $1 .75 



Auborne, Ed., mason, July-June, 303^ d. at $2.50 

Bard, Albert, carpenter, Mar. -June, 86| d. at $2 

Barette, Leon, carpenter, Sept.-Oct., 43 *g d. at $2. 

Batter ton, Thos., labourer, July-Oct., Jan. -June, 151* d. at $1.25 

Baulne, J., painter, July- June, 2 d. at $1 . 75, 262| at $2 , . 

Baxter, Allan, mason, 8*. d. at $3 ; Baxter, John, stonecutter, 52^ d. at $3 

Beaumont, R. de, labourer. July-Oct., Dec. -Jan.. Apl.-June, 201 d. at $1.25 

Bedard, P., carpenter, July-June, 309 d. at $2 

Beihler, J., bricklayer, July-Oct., Dec. -June, 237 d. at $2.50 

Belanger, A., labourer, July- June, 206 d. at $1.50, 107 at $1.75 

Belanger, O., painter's app., July- June, 312| d. at $1.50 

Belanger, Z., labourer, 4 d. at $1.50 ; Benoit, E., labourer, 52^ d. at $1.25 

Bennet, James, foreman, July 1-Aug. 6, 32 at d. $2. 50 . . . 

Blais, E., roof-r, 9£ d. at $1.50 ; Boisvert, A., labour, 2 d. at $1.50 

Boileau, Jules, labour, Nov. -June, 163 d. at $1.50 

Boivin, D., labour, July- June, 257 d. at $1 . 50, 26i at $1 . 25 

Bourgignon, Isidore, plasterer, Feb. -June, 11% d. at $2.25 

Boutet, A., labour, July-Nov., Feb.-Mar., 152 d. at $1.50 

Bowen, J. R., labour, Dec. -Feb., 58^ d. at $1.50 

Bowman, James, plasterer, 12| d. at $2.25 ; Boyer, N". , roofer, 10j^ d. at $2 

Boyne, James, labour, July-June, 3025 d. at $1.25 

Brad, Alfred, carpenter, July-Mar., June, 243'95 d. at $2 

Browne, Wm., labour, July-Dec, 79 r V d. at $1 . 25 , 

Buck, J. B., carpenter, July-June, 306 d. at $2 

Burk, Geo., labour, Feb. -June, 70*. d. at $1 50 

Burrows, W. H., stonecutter, 39 d. at $3 ; Bussiere, Theo., painter, 2 d. at $2 

Cadieux, M. D., painter app., Sept.-Mar., 145| d. at $1 

Caille, M., plasterer, May- June. 36 d. at $2.26 

Canty, Pat., foreman, Apl., 1898, 6 d. at $3.50; Canty, Thos., stonecutter, 63 d. at $3 
Cardiff, X., labour, 31* d. at $1.25 ; Carnot, H., labour, Feb. -June, 106 d. at $1.25 . . . 

Caron, A., carpenter, July- June, Yllh d. at $2, 131 at $2. 25 

Champagne, S.. carpenter. July- June, 287r 2 d. at $2 

Cherry, S., carpenter, July-June, 303^ d. at $2 

Chevrier, IT., labour. July- Jan., Apl.-June, 253 d. at $1.25 

Cooper, Jos., stonecutter, July- Aug., 45 " (5 d. at $3 

Corbeil, A., painter, July June, 28P6 d. *t $2 

Cote, L., carpenter, July- June, 320* d. at $2.50 

Cote, Robt., labour, Feb. -June, 106i d. at $1.25. 



Crevier, Albert, painter app., July- June, 300 '4 d. at $1 .50 

Dagenais, Eugene, labor, Dec. -June, 180i d. at $1 . 25 

Dagenais, M., labour, July-Oct., Feb. -June, 155*, d. at $1.25 

Davarmy, J., labour, July- June, 12 d. at $1.25, 292 6 at $1.50.. 

Daze, Isaie, labour, 12*, d. at $1 .25 ; Dery, N., painter, Apl.-June, 73 d. at $2. 

Decoeur, Honore, labour, July-Sept., Dec. -June, 235^ d. at $1 .25 , 

Desjardins, Nap., labour, 2 d. at $1.50 ; Dick, Jos., plasterer, 12 d. at $2.25 

Desjardins, S., carpenter, July- June, 309 d. at $2 

Desrosiers, A., labor, July- June, 307 1 d. at $1 .25 

Dion, A., general jobber, July-June, 313 d. at $1 .75 

Dodd, J., stonecutter, Apl., July-Aug., 50*. d. at $3 

Driscoll, Chas., labour, July-Aug., 46^ d. at $1.25 

Dube, O., labour, JulyJune, 311 d. at $1.50 

Dubuc, Ls. , olasterer, May- June, 37i d. at $2 . 25 

Ducharme, Arthur, labour, 10 d. at $1.25 ; Dugal, T., labour, 85i d. at $1.25 

Duffield, Ed., labour, Feb. -June, 101*, d. at $1.25 

Duhamel, Jos., stonecutter, July-Aug., 35 d. at $3 

Dunn, A., labour, 35$ d. at $1.25 ; Dunning, Nelson, roofer, 10*. d. at $1.75 

Dussault, O., labour, July-Oct., Dec. -Jan., Apl.-June, 185 d. at"$1.25 

Ebbs, Thos., labour, July-Mar., 232 d. at $1 . 50 

Fahey, James, labour, July- June, 251 d. at $1 . 25 

Farrell, P., labour, July-Dec, 111*; d. at $1.25. 

Faubert, P., labour, 12 d. at $1.25"; Foley, B., plasterer, 63§ d. at $2.25 

Fleury, Eugene, carpenter, July- June, 279*. d. at $2 

Foley, Denis, labour, 104 d. at $1 .25 ; Fraser, Alex., plasterer, 44^ i. at $2.25 

Fortier, N., carpenter, July- June, 295J d. at $2. . 

Fortin, A., carpenter, July- June, 295*, d. at $2 

French, T. W., labour, 141$ d. at $1.25, 14 at $1.50 

Gagnon, Thos.: mason, Julv-June, 321*, d. at $2.50; extra work between May 29-June 29, 

12* d. at $2 . 50 " " , 

Gariepy, E., roofer, 15*> d. at $1 .75, 62 at $2, 12 at $2.25 

Gariepy, J. H., labour, 45J d. at $1 .25 ; Gauthier, A., roofer, 70§ d. at $1.75 

Gauthier, Damase, plasterer, Feb.- June, 80 d. at $2 . 25 

Gauthier, E. C, roofer, 2 d. at $1 .75, 17* d. at $2 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 

49 88 
117 74 
758 75 
173 00 

86 11 
189 76 
529 28 
181 09 
251 25 
618 00 
592 50 
496 25 
469 34 

71 63 

80 00 
17 25 

244 50 
418 63 
161 76 
228 00 

87 75 
48 11 

378 27 
487 90 
98 88 
612 00 
105 67 
121 00 
145 89 

81 01 
210 01 
171 88 
649 75 
575 00 
607 00 
316 25 
136 84 
563 18 
802 00 
133 13 
450 59 
225 63 
194 38 
453 90 
161 70 
294 06 

30 00 
618 00 
384 00 
547 75 
150 75 

57 81 
466 50 

84 39 
119 45 
126 88 
105 00 

62 87 
231 28 
348 00 
313 79 
139 38 
158 76 
558 50 
113 26 
591 00 
591 00 
197 88 

835 00 
178 13 
180 37 
180 01 
38 61 

21,254 87 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-^59 



Ottawa Buildings: General Repairs Pay-lists— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Gendron, S., labour, July-June, 295$ d. at $1.25 

Giasson, F. , carpenter, J uly-J une, 301 d. at $2 

Gibson, W., carpenter, 8 d. at $2 ; Gingras, Jos., labour, 10 d. at $1.25 

Glaude, Alex., labour, July-Oct., Dec. -June, 256| d. at $1.25 

Gono, A., mason, July-Oct., Dec. -Feb., May- June, 198 d. at $2 . 50, 60 at $2 

Graham, James, carpenter, 14 d. at $2 ; Grenon, Jos., carpenter, Apl.-June, 71 d. at $2. 

Guay, A., painter, July-Sept., Jan. -June, 177^ d. at $2 

Guindon, A., labour, July-June, 308 d. at $1.25 

Handy, J., painter, July-June, 278 '89 d. at $2 

Hardcastle, E., labour, July-June, 313 d. at $1.25 

Hebert, C., caro* nter, July- June, 313 d. at $2 

Huot, P.,. labour, July- J une, 211^ d. at $1 .50, 12 at $1.25 

Hurteau, L., labour, July-June, 313 d. at $1 . 50 

Isabelle, 0., carpenter, July-June, 307 9 d. at $2. ... . . 

Jacques, Arthur, roofer, 13 d. at $1 .75 ; Janveau, E., labour, 22 d. at $1.25. 

Joncas, T., labour, July-Oct., 78| d. at $1 .25, Dec-Mar., 98 d. at $1.50 

Killeen, Denis, labour, Dec. -Jan., Apl.-June, 75^ d. at $1.25 

Killeen, Geo., labour, July-Aug., Oct., 43 d. at $1.25 

King, Frank, bricklayer, 3 61 d. at $3 ; Lacelle, O., labour, 12 • 9 d. at $1.50 

Lachance, Wm., mason, July-Aug., 33 d. at $3 

Lacroix, N., labour, July-Oct., T6h d. at $1.25 

Laflamme, M., carpenter, Apl., 12^ d. at $2 

Lafontaine, L., plasterer, Feb. -J mie, 80 d. at $2.25 

Lafontaine, Paul, labour, Feb. -June, 96 ' 9 d. at $1 50 

Landry, N., carpenter, July- June, 304^ d. at $2.25 

Lang, R. S., labour, Nov. -June, 207 d. at $1 .25 

Lapense, D., labour, July-June, 319 d. at $1 .25 

Laramie, G. , labour, July- June, 298 d. at $1 . 50 

Larose, Chas., mason, July- June, 301^ d. at $2.50 

Larose, David, roofer, 20j> d. at $1.75 ; Lavallee, Jules, labour, 37| d. at $1.50 

Latremouille, O., carter, July-Oct., 81 d. at $2.25 

Latulippe, J., labour, July-Mar., 219 d. at $1 .25 ... . 

Laurencelle, W., carpenter, July-Oct., Dec. -June, 269^ d. at $2 . 

Lavictoire, Thos., stonecutter, Apl., July-Aug., 40 d. at $3 

Lebel, D., labour, July-Aug., 33.^ d. at $1.25 

Leblanc, Oliver, carter, Sept. -Mar., May- June, 134*4 d. at $2 

Leblanc, W., mason, Apl., July-Aug., 41 d. at $3 . 

Legault, A., plasterer, July-June, 304i d. at $2. 50 

Legault, P., labour, July-Oct., 70 d. at $1 25 

Leger, F., painter, July-June, 303J d. at $2 

Leggett, H., carpenter, July- June, 309 d. at $2 

L-iuaitre, G., labour, July-Jan., Apl.-June, 210'7d. at $1.25 

L-iuay, J., labour, July-June, 300| d. at $1.25 

Lepage, C, painter, July-June, 307* d. at $2 

Ltneque, E., labour, July-June, 288 d. at $1 .25 

Lewis, James, plasterer, Feb. -J une, 66£ d. at $2.25 

Liberge, Frs., labour, 12 d. at $1 .35, 4 at $1.50 

Leyer, E., roofer, Aug -June, 272 d. at $1.75 

Lyons, P., carpenter, July- June, 309 d. at $2 

Maccra, A., jun., labour, Oct. -June, 215 d. at $1.25 

Maccra, C. , labour, July-Sept. ,73 d. at $1 . 25 

Macdonald, A. R., bricklayer, Dec. -June, 78 d. at $2.5°, 70^ d. at $2 

Marcelais, Ed., labour, July -June, 285 d. at $1 .25 

Mathieu, Geo., mason, July- June, 2\ d. at $3, 112i d. at $2.50, 72 at $2 

Matte, J., painter, July-Oct., Dec. -June, 206'4d. at $1.50, 64 at $2 

Men< ban, Pat., labour, Aug. -Dec, 116 d. at $1.25 

Merifield, Win. F., carpenter, Sept. -Oct., 47 d. at $2.25 

Miller, Geo., labour, 2 d. at $1.50 ; Monette, O., mason, 80 d. it $2.50, 72 at $2 

McCartney. Wm., plasterer, Feb. -Mar., May- J une, 58^ d. at $2.25 

McCourt, Thos., labour, Feb. -June, 86| d. at $1 .50 ' 

McEvoy, W., bricklayer, Aug., 7' 61 d." at $3. 

McKain, Thos., carpenter, July-Jan., Mar. -June. 262 d. at $2 

McLaughlin. Geo., plasterer, Feb.-Mar., May-June, 559 d. at $2. 25 

McMartin, Thos., labour, July-Aug., 32 d. at $1.25. 

MeXulty, Hugh, plasterer, Mar., 6 d. at $2 . 25 

Neving, D. R., roofer, Oct., 4j d. at $1.75, Mar-May, 43 d. at $2 

Normand, W., labour, July- June, 294 d. at $1.75 

Oakley, J. S., carpenter, July Tune, 306 d. at $2 

O'Connor, John, labour, Oct., Feb. -June, 1 23,\ d. at $1 .50 , 

O'Connor, Robt., plasterer, Feb. -June, 69$ d. at $2.25 

O'Grady, M., labour, July-Jan., April-June, 203^ d. at $1.25 

O'Keefe, M. ( labour, July-June, 301 d. at $1 .25. ." 

Carried forward 



21,254 87 

369 38 

602 00 

28 57 

'320 63 

615 00 

170 00 

354 67 

385 01 

557 78 

391 25 

626 00 

331 61 

469 50 

615 80 

50 25 

245 13 

94 38 

53 75 

30 26 

99 00 

91 88 

25 00 

180 01 

145 42 

685 13 

258 75 

398 75 

447 00 

753 75 

91 85 

jlS2 25 

273 75 

538 67 

120 00 

41 88 

, 268 80 

123 00 

761 25 

87 50 

607 78 

618 00 

263 38 

375 64 
615 78 
360 00 
149 51 

22 20 

476 02 

618 00 

268 75 

91 25 

336 00 

356 27 

432 75 

437 59 

145 00 

105 75 

347 00 

131 51 

129 67 

22 84 

524 00 

125 88 

40 00 

13 50 

93 97 

514 51 

612 00 

184 75 

156 26 

254 37 

376 25 

42,945 66 



Q-60 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Ottawa Buildings : General Repairs Pay-lists — Continued. 



Brought forward, 



Olivier, Elie, carpenter, July- June, 305 d. at $2 

O'Meara, John, watchman, April, July-Nov., 148 d. at $1.50 

O'Neill, G., labour, July- June, 301 d. at $1 . 25 

Ouellette, J,, labour, July- June, 292^ d. at $1.25 

Ouimet, M., painter, July-June, 306| d. at .$1 .50 

Paquette, Felix, plasterer, April-June, 58 d. at $2.25 

Parise, T., labour, Oct., 8| d. at $1.50; Piche, Chas., labour, Sept. -Oct. 

Perrier, J., labour, July-Sept., 57 d. at $1 25 

Perrier, L., labour, Feb.-June, 112 d. at $1 . 25 

Picard, L., carpenter, .June, 26^ d. at $2 

Pooley, H., labour, July-Oct., Jan.-June, 223 d. at $1.50 

Proulx, H., plasterer, May June, 37| d. at $2.25 ... 

Prudhomme, B., labour, July-June, 313 d. at $1.50 

Rae, Pat., labour, July-Aug., 29 d. at $1 .25 

Raizane, P., painter, July- June, 310 4 d. at $2 

Randall, J., painter, July- June, 281 '4 d. at $2 

Reinhardt, P., foreman carpenter, July June, 309 '3 d. at $2.50 

Renaud, Thos., labour, Sept.- Oct., 11^ d. at $1 25 

Richard, J., general jobber, July-June, 315 d. at $1.75 

Robillard, O., labour, July-June, 303|d. at $1.25 

Robillard, Oswald, roofer, Sept.-Oct., Mar.-May, 54^ d. at $1.75 

Robitaille, S., mason, July- June, 314 d. at $2.50 

Rochon, J. B., roofer, Oct., 8 d. at $1.75 

Rourk, M. J., painter, July- June, 242' 18 d. at $2 

Roy, Ant., labour, July June, 299J d. at $1.25 

Roy, Daniel, labour, July- June, 287 d. at $1 . 25. 

Roy, Moise, labour. July- June, 313 d. at $1.25 

Sabourin, O., labour, Sept.-Oct., 12 d. at $1 . 25 

Sarazin, Jos., plasterer, Feb. June, 67^ d. at $2.25 . 

Sauriol, U., painter, July- June, 310 "4 d. at $2 

Seguin, J. B. , labour, July-June, 309 ■ 6 d. at $1 . 25 

Seguin, J., carpenter, July-June, 302^ d. at $2 • 

Sevigny, N., carter, July-June, 311 d. at $2.25 

Shea, H., painter, July -June, 277 '4 d at $2 

Shea, Thos., carpenter, Julv-June, 296g d. at $2 

Sheehan, Jeremiah, labour," Aug.-Oct., 24J d. at $1 25, 4 at $1.50 

Smith, Michael F., general jobber, Aug. -June, 266 d. at $1.75. 

Spencer, Stanley, roofer, Mar.-May, 44 d. at $1.75 

Sutherland, Andy, plasterer, Mar., 6 d. at $2.25 

St. Jean, C, carpenter, July-June, 305 d. at $2 

St. Laurent, J. B., carpenter, July- June, 312 d. at $2 

St. Martin. 1)., carpenter, July-June, 307 d. at $2. 

Tallon, E., carter, Aug., 8^ d. at $2 

Tasse, C. D., labour, Dec- June, 185 d. at $1.25 

Te-sier, J., labour, Sept. -Feb., 121 d. at $1.25 

Theberee, H., carpenter, July- June, 293* d. at $2 

Thibault, A., carpenter, July-June, 309 • 8 d. at $2.50 

Thomas, F., labour, July- June, 298 d. at $1.25 

Trudel, A., cabinet maker, July- June, 309i d. at $2. 

Trudel, A. Z., general jobber, June 2-June"30, 334 d. at $2 

Turcotte, Onesime, labour, July-Sept., 55| d. at $1.25 . 

Turgeon, A., labour, Nov.-Dec., 8 d. at $1.50 

Vaillancourt, J., labour, July, 2 d. at $1 .25 

Vezina, N., labour, July-Sept., Nov.-June, 274| d. at $1.25 

Viau, Hilaire, labour, Dec. -June, 169 d. at $1.25 

Webster, Ed., bricklayer, July- June, 313 d. at $2 



d. at $1.50. 



Public Works Department. 
Salaries in department at Ottawa (Page Q— 11) 



Clerk of Works Staff ($3,530.10). 

Foreman of , carpenters, J. H Ellis : 21 d. in April at $3 ; May and June, 2 m. at $91.25 

ii painters, A. Cote, to June 30, 12 m. at $76.05 

u roofers, A. Spenard, to June 30, 12 m. at $7<>.05. . 

.i labourers, L. David, to June 30, 12 m. at $68.45 

Timekeeper, F. A. Gendron, to July 11, 11 d. at $2 

„ Chas. S. A. Mackay, June 27- April 30, 308 d. at $2 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 

42,945 66 

610 00 
222 00 

376 27 
365 65 
460 34 
130 51 

25 00 

71 25 
140 00 

53 00 
334 50 

84 38 
469 50 

36 25 
620 78 
562 78 

773 _>5 
14 37 

551 25 

379 38 

95 39 

785 00 

14 00 
484 38 
374 38 
358 76 
391 25 

15 00 
151 89 
620 78 
387 02 
605 67 
699 75 
554 78 
593 00 

3(» 31 
465 50 

77 01 

13 50 
610 00 
624 00 
614 00 

17 00 
231 26 
151 27 
587 00 

774 59 
372 50 
619 00 
668 00 

69 68 

12 00 

2 50 

343 13 

211 25 

626 00 



2,801 75 



245 50 


912 60 


912 60 


821 40 


22 00 


616 00 


68,814 52 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-61 



Ottawa Buildings! General Repairs Pay-lists— Continued. 

Brought forward 



Mecha n ica I Staff ($23, 1 19. 3 1). 

Foreman engineer, Wm. Smith, to June 30, 12 m. at $90. 

Assistant engineer, Martin Clancy, to .June 30, 12 ni. at $75 

Pipe fitter and smith, Mathew Whalen, to June 30, 12 m. at .$75 

Plumber, James Kelly, to June 30, 12 m. at $75.. 

Plumbers and pipefitter, 12m.: John Smith, §780; L.A. Leturmy,"$720 ; G. F. Sanderson 
x 7 20 ; A. fcesjardms, $660 ; V. Jacques, $660 ; S. Perkins, $66u! oanaerson 

P umber and gasfitter at $5o : l^Desmarais, -July 1-March 10, April 10-30,' June9-30' '. ' " 

Pipefitter at $55 : W. Jenkins, Dec. 21-June 18 

Electric bell-hangers, 12 m. : Wm. Butland, $780; Wm. Thompson, $000 

Electric bell-hanger, Angus O'Neill, to June 30, 303 d. at $2 

Helper* ten, 12 nu^ each at $45 JI2 : Jos Boyer, $547.44 ; W. A.' Cousineau',' $547.44'; R 
T lilon ^^T uh r;> :> 1' 44; 'f^cDufour, $547.44 ; Michael Flanagan, $547.44 , 
$547 44 ,4 '" 44; A - Riendeau > $547.44; Ls. Servant, $547.44; Michael Whalen, 

Helpers at JS45 62 a m. . N. Charbonneau; June 3-30; $42.58 ; M. J.' Mahon,' April ll^June 30 

™i:!S; l^i^^-lWl^^; "^ w«v>~ p 2 ± m Sep ,; 

General mechanic, M. Giroux, to June 30, 12 m. at $65 

Smith : Thos. Heal.y, 12 m. at $55 ; John Mahon, 12 m. at $50 

Machinists : A. Giroux, 12 in. at $00 ; John Rice, 12 m. at $55 " 

I attern-maker, Wm. Ferguson, to June 30, 12 m. at $60. 

Storeman, care of shop, machines, &c, Jos. Ferguson, to June 30,' 12 m 'at ^00 

ire S e ^ n ^ elP A er V^ $48 ^ m ' : T R Du e*l. May-June, $95; John Hennessy, Dec.' '27-J U ne 

30, $295.74; A. Hudon, May- June, $96; A. Mason, May-June $96 • T Renaud MnvT 
June 30, $92.97; Thos. Whalen, July 21-Oct. 31, M'ay-June $257 03.'. ' Y 

Goal man, .1. B. Belanger, May-June, 2 m. at $37.50. ' 

Wood man, O. Langlois, May- June, 2 m. at $37.50. ' 

Wood and coal man, Geo. Turner, May- June, 2 m. at $45.62 



Sundry. 

Pay-lists detailed with Ottawa Buildings, Grounds 

-• •- West Block Reconstruction 

" " Ottawa Buildings, lighting. 

June. 1898 pay-list, charged by P. W. Dept. to 1898-99, detailed' in 1897-98 
Balance of June wages of foreman, detailed in 1897-98, 



(Page Q— 72) 
( - Q-15) 

( .. Q-73) 
See Page Q— 67 



1898-99 g6S IOreman ' detailed m 18 ^"^, page Q-16, charged by Dept 



to 



Less not charged to this vote- 
Wages of workmen, lent from staff to Minister, Dec, 1898 

West Block reconstruction 

Ottawa Buildings, Heating 

ii Fire-proof Langevin Block 



" Photographic establishment. 

ii West Block boilers 

•i Major's Park fence 

» New greenhouse 

Rideau Hall 

Fxperimental Farm, $457.24, $26 37 

1^99-1900 (June, 1899, pay-lists) 



(Page Q— 15) 
Q-72) 
Q-49) 
Q-50) 
Q-50) 
Q-51) 
Q-49) 
Q-49) 
Q-76) 
Q-108) 



4, 



17 75 
,412 06 
360 00 
,580 90 
214 45 
147 
,622 69 
000 87 
468 40 
603 10 
483 61 
537 73 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &c. 

Agriculture Department ($2,261.7$). 



Bailey, Go., smithwork, April!- Sept. 30, 1898 

£ r ^^ ahai £ n Ca : i Wind f ' 4 at * 4 ' 50 i car I Jet ' 18 + y^- at '«k ! ' making and laying $1 1 3 
Hams & Campbell : oak revolving office chair, $8 ; boxes brass nails, $4 80 * *' 

Moltot^rt P*? ]?% the \?™ ]i -covermg, cut and scalloped for 472 shelves, 2,450 ft.' at 20c ' 
Montg-.mery, R. S. & Son, 2 bags plasterers' hair, $2.20; McMillan, A., cloV 
Slater & Sherwood, rent of shop, No. " 
1,1899 



„~ repaired, $1.5< 
191 Sparks Chambers, for model room, 12 m. to Apri 



Auditor General's Office (812.10). 



Bryson, Graham & Co., 1 mat 

Seybold, J. A. & Co., 3 sheepskin mats at $3. 50*. 



$ cts. 
08,814 52 



1,080 00 

900 00 

900 0() 

900 oo 

4,200 00 
536 57 
326 6:5 

1,380 00 
606 00 



5,474 40 



780 73 


780 00 


1,260 00 


1,380 00 


720 00 


720 00 


933 74 


75 00 


75 00 


91 24 



182 45 

97 50 

372 27 

1,700 87 

25 00 



94,311 92 



30,509 43 



Carried forward. 



63,802 49 



19 27 

36 01 

12 80 

490 00 

3 70 

1,700 00 



1 60 
10 50 

66,076 37 



Q-62 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, Furniture, &c. — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Customs Department ($411.05). 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, April 1-Sept. 30, 1898 

Bryson, Graham & Co., desk, $18; office chair, $6.85 

Capital Ice Co., 30 lbs. ice daily, season to Oct. 1, 1897 

Harris & Campbell : oak office chairs, 2 at $8 ; oak chairs, 6 at $3.50 ; office stool, $4.50. 

Ligget, Thos., linoleum, 3H yds. at $1 .15 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: oak flat top office desk, $45 ; oak combination cabinet, $125 ; i 

section containing 30 book shelves and 2 plain drawers at bottom, $75 

Ross, The C. Co., 1 axminster rug, $9.50 ; Trudel, H. A., sewing cloth for door, 50c. 
Wiirtele, J. W. & Co. : pipe covering, 22 ft. at 40c. ; 1 tee, 20c 



teel 



Customs and Militia Departments (-$522.38). 

Nagle, estate of Richard, rent of buildings Nos. 98-100, 102-104 Wellington St., July 1 -Aug. 
31, 1897, $400 ;. taxes for same period, $122 . 3S 



Dominion Police ($12.70). 

Bryson, Graham & Co.: 6 tins putz cream, $2.70 ; 6 boxes pastt 

Goyer, David, repairing clock 

Thomas, Philip, awning, complete for commissioner's office 



$1.50. 



Exchequer Court ($49.38). 
Bryson, Graham & Co., corkine, 39^ yds. at $1 .25 



Finance Department ($848.45). 
Bailey, Geo. ($348.45)— 

Smithwork, April 1-Sept. 30, 1898 

Making and fixing in treasury vault an iron cage for postage stamps, $150 ; 2 combination 

locks, $20 

Making and fixing tiers of shelving in gallery of treasury vault, 35 shelves 3 ft. 2 in. long 
12 in. wide, supported by 6 divisions 



French Translators 

Ranger, D. V., rent of rooms, corner of Sussex and Clarence Streets, 12 m. to April 30, 1899. 
at $35 : 



Geological Museum ($628. 44) • 

Baskerville, P. & Bros., rent of Sussex Street building, 12 m. to June 1, 1899 
Boyden, Son & Co., 15 pipes and 3 elbows, $2.48 ; 36 sheets mica, $4.50 . 

Bryson, Graham & Co. : 3 blinds, $2 . 66 ; 2 pieces cloth, 80c 

Harris & Campbell, stools, 4 at $4.50 



House of Commons ($905 . 54). 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, April 1-Sept. 30, 1898 

Boyden, Son & Co., 24 chairs at $1.75 

Bryson, Graham & Co.: couch, $9 ; 2 leather chairs, $10 ; 2 cane chairs, $8.70 ; 48 ft. mould 

ing, $1.44 ; 24 lbs. flour, 85c 

'Charleson, W. G. : wire netting, 3,000 sq. ft. at 9^c; steel shelf brackets, 3 prs. at 50c 

Elliott, Wm. H., Toronto, for Speaker's rooms : wall and ceiling paper, 30 pes. at $1.20, 95 

at 60c, 18 at 50c, 27 at 40c ; frieze, 72 yds. at 25c; picture rail, 84 ft. at 20c, 282 at 8c, 

88 at 6c ; sundries, $13.54 

Gilliott, Frank : 12 automatic disinfectors, $12 ; 2 galls. Comox fluid, $4. 

Harris & Campbell, 1 oak desk 

Ligget, Thos.: tapestry, 36 yds. at 85c; making and laying, $3.60 

Marshall & Fudge, cleaning : 890 yds. of carpet at 4c ; 40 rugs and mats, $6.75 

On*, Robt., brass blower, $3.50 ; Parr, J. A., scaffolding in tramway, $7.68 ; cartage, 50c. . . 

Piche, Pierre, cleaning 17 chimnej's at 50c 

Toronto Plate Glass Importing Co., 10 lights No. 2 ornamental rolled, 34| x 27^, for ceiling 

of House of Commons, 10S£-£ lbs. at 20c 

Trudel, H. A., sewing curtains, chair covers, &c 

Weidenbach, H., restoring and relining portraits of Speakers of H. of C, 6 at $7.50 



Carried forward 69,374 91 



$ cts. 
66,076 37 



33 07 
24 85 
12 00 
41 50 
36 23 



245 00 

10 00 

9 00 



522 38 



4 20 
2 00 
6 50 



49 38 

35 85 
170 00 
142 60 

420 00 



600 00 

6 98 

3 46 

18 00 



92 30 
42 00 



29 99 
286 50 



188 98 
16 00 
78 00 
34 20 
42 35 
11 68 
8 50 

21 79 

8 25 

45 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q 63 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, Furniture, &c. — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Indian Affairs ($233.59). 

Bailey, Geo., smith work, April 1-Sept. 30, 1898 

Boyden, Son & Co., 2 mirrors 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co., No. 125 Gray bill roll-top desk in oak. . . 
Ligget, Thos.: Brussels, 39| yds. at $1.35 ; border, 24f yds. at $1.35 

making and laying, $6 . 45 

McMillan, A., 1 8-day clock 

Thomas, Philip, awning, complete for Lands Branch 



45 yds. of felt, $1.80 



Inland Revenue Department ($135.46). 



$5 .... 
3 mats. 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, Apl. 1— Sept. 30, 1898. 

Boyden, Son & Co. : 2 office chairs, $5, $4 ; 2 mirrors 
Bryson, Graham & Co. : remnant of linoleum, $14.50 ; 
Cole's National Mfg. Co., 2 window awnings at $8. . . 
Ross, The C. Co. : Brussels square, $25.20 ; making and laying, $1.80 

Seybold, J. A., & Co., 8 yds. tapestry stair carpet at 57|c 

Thomas, Philip, 1 striped awning 



$7.25; 2 chairs at $1.45 



2 rugs, $6, $3.45. 



Interior ($2,038.05). 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, Apl. 1— Sept. 30, 1898 

Bank of Ottawa, rent of upper flats for Surveyor General, year to June 30, 1899 

Borden, Son & Co. : B. W. book case, $35 ; mirror, $2.50 ; 3 revolving chairs, $11, $7, $6 ; 4 

chairs, $6 

Bryson, Oraham & Co. : 2 office chairs, $14.85, $12 ; 2 arm chairs, $6.50 ; 3 oak chairs, $9 ; 3 

chairs, $8, $2.50, $1.10 ; 1 blind, $2.35 

Canada Atlantic Ry., rent of room 47 in Central Chambers, occupied by Mr. Johnston, 6 

mos. to Oct. 31/1898 

Capital Ice Co., 10 lbs. ice daily, season to Oct. 1, 1897 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co., 40-dravver document filing cabinet 

Goyer, David, 8-day clock 

Ottawa Electric Co., labour and material used wiring extra switch in office of Surveyor 

General 

Ross, The C. Co. : window shades and blinds, 3 at $10 ; shade blinds, 1 at $3.63, 6 at $1.10 

1 at 75c 

Trudel, H. A., sewing 2 curtains, $2 ; Wilson, Jas., & Co., 72 ft. gilt moulding, $4.32 

Justice ($65.05). 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, Apl. 1— Sept. 30, 1898 

Bryson, Graham & Co., 2 blinds at 75c. ; Oharleson, W. G., 8 yds. screen wire, $1.20 

Cole's National Mfg. Co., 1 window awning 

Goyer, David, cleaning and repairing clocks .... , 

Graves Bros., Yale padlock, $1, and repairing tin box, 50c 

Seybold, J. A., & Co., sheepskin mat, $3.50 ; Trudel, H. A., sewing curtain, 



75c 



Langevin Block ($1,373.99 ). 



Boyden, Son & Co. , 10 doz. gas globes 

Bryson, Graham & Co. : twill cotton, 65 yds. at 8c. ; 1 case Gillott's lye, $4.40 ; 1 box Q. L 

soap, $3.30 ; 1 doz. brooms, $2.75 ; 5 galls, of Am. coal oil at 30c 

Butterworth & Co. : 4-in. soil pipe, 65 ft. at 16c, 100 at 24c. ; iron pipe, 214 ft. of 2-in. at 

$9.90, 412 of l|-in. at 7fc., 303 of £-in. at 3^c. ; 8-pipe dble. wall coil stays, 6 prs. at $1.65 ; 

8-pipe cluster headers, 4 at $1.65 ; 6- branch dble. headers, 4 at $1.50 ; peet valves, 2 of 

1-in. at $2.~0, 4 of ]^-in. at $3.70 ; 3 14-in. marble basins, complete, $16.65 ; oil heater, 

19 ; sundries, $67.68 

Campbell, W. J. : altering and repairing boiler, 648 hrs. at 30c. ; iron and rive's, 438 lbs. at 

5c. ; castings, 159 lbs. at 4c 

Canadian Granite Co., 1^-in. marble basin tops, 3 at $6.50 

Desrivieres, J. A. : put up complete, 46 sash, according to tender, $249.90 ; altering and put 

ting in French sash for ventilation, $25 

Dupont, J. C. : 1 case Gillott's lye, $4.40 ; box Q. L. soap, $3.75 ; 1 doz. corn brooms, $2.75 

Tj-doz. box matches, 60c 

Fensom Elevator Works, Toronto : valve brasses, 12 at $1.50 ; valve leathers, 24 at $1, 12 at 

si. 25 ; 6 pilot V leathers, $1.50 ; express, 40c 

Garth & Co., Montreal : 1^-in. furnace bends, 15 at 42c. ; furnace elbows, 6 at 38c. ; ex 

press, 90c 

Howe, J. G. : whiting, 200 lbs. at 3c. ; V red in oil, 75 lbs. at 8c. ; ivory black, 25 lbs. at 

20c. ; white glue, 20 lbs. at 25c. ; sundries, $13.65 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
69,374 91 



19 25 

•4 50 

100 00 



95 34 
9 00 
5 50 



34 75 
14 00 
24 65 
16 00 
36 45 

4 60 

5 00 



51 29 
1,600 00 

67 50 

56 30 

100 00 
6 00 

100 00 
8 50 

1 16 

40 98 
6 32 



34 85 
2 70 
8 00 

13 75 
1 50 
4 25 



24 00 
17 15 

233 76 



222 66 
19 50 


274 90 


11 50 


58 90 


9 48 


35 65 



72,754 55 



Q-64 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &c. — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Langevin Block— Concluded. 

King, W., & Son, Montreal: 8 6-pipe cluster headers, $6; 8 Garth's 6-pipe stays, $5.28; 

box, 25c 

McAvity, Thos., & Sons, St. John ■ 4-in. Chapman ex. hvy. flanged gate valves, 4 at $22.25 

do flanges, 8 at $1.75 ; 50 1 to 2-in. peet valves, $115.(55 ; elbows, tees and nipples, $64.31 ; 

sundries, $32.20 ; foundry work, $20.80 

McCullough, G. W., No. 1 pressed brick, 9,000 at $8 (Langevin block and Commons) 

Odell Bros., 2,000 bricks 

Stephen Bros., double diamond glass, 42-| x 50, 8 panes at $4 



Library (820.93). 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, A pi. 1-Sept. 30, 1898 
Bryson, Graham & Co., matting, 11 yds. at 75c. 

Ligget, Thos., mafing, 3^ yds. at $1.25 

Ross, The C. Co.. 1 mat 



Marine and Fisheries Department ( $1,591. //3). 



>6.91. 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork : Nov., 1897, $21 30 ; April 1-Sept. 30, 1808. 

Bovden, Son & Co.: 4 chairs, $5 : mirror, $2.25 ; soap tray, 50c .... 

Bryson, Graham & Co. : office chair, $8 ; 2 blinds, $1 . GO 

Eclipse, Office Furniture Co : " Eclipse" drawer pulls, N.P., 350 at 15c; 10 gr. screws, $2.50 

Ligget, Thos.: Brussels, 37| yds. at $1.35 ; 35 yds. of felt, $1 40 ; making and laying, $3 73. 

May, Geo. & Suns, maroon and gold shelf trimming, 66 ft. at 25c 

Molson Bank, rent of offices, 14 Metcalfe St., April 1, lS9S-June 30, 1899, 15 mos. at $80 ... . 

Pritchard & Andrews, bruss railing for top of Minister's desk, engraving 4 plates 

Therien & Co.: 15J days' upholstering 9 leather chairs, $30; covering, 18 yds. at $1.75; 6 
days scraping and repo'ishing chairs, $10 ; hair, 25 lbs. at 50c. ; cord, buttons, gimp, &c, 
$5.95 ; repairing spring of office chair, $1 ; scraping and repolishing fire-screen, $2; cov 
erin s do., $3 ; 2 men, 5 days, fitting and laying carpets, $25 ; 1 leather chair, $15 ; 2 up 
holstered chairs, ®10 



Militia Department ($2,359 .35). 

Ahearn & Soper: 3 sets desk telephones, $75; 7-conductor blue silk covered electric cordage. 

113 ft. at 29c; sundries, $17.36 ; electrician, 45^ h. -it 50c; assistant, 10^ h. at 30c '. 

Archamhault Freres, Montreal : linoleum, 371| yds. at $1.30 ; laying 254 yds. at 10c 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, April 1-Sept. 30, 1898..' . . . 

Boyden, Son & Co.: revolving book-case, $23 ; 2 mirrors, $5 

Bryson, Graham & Co.: revolving book-case, $6.50; 4 blinds, $4.06: washstand, $6.60 

chamber set, $3.50; chairs, 1 at $5.75, 5 at $1.45, 3 at $1.25 

Marsolais, G., Montreal : linoleum, 396$ yds. at $1.35 ; 2 rolls felt, $4 ; laying 376 yds. lino 

leum at 10c; travel and board of man and assistant, $12.50 ; freight, $6.87 

May, Geo. & Sons, 1 pr. extra heavy trunk handles 

McMorran, R. M., tinned spring rollers, 8 ft. x 2 in., 7 at $3 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co , 7 steel cases containing 392 loose leaf filing drawers as per plan 

Ross, The C. Co., hearth-rugs, 2 at $6.75, 1 at $4 50 

Slater & Sherwood, 3 mos. rent of rooms 19 and 30 Sparks Chambers to July 1, 1899 



Militia Stores ($109.12). 

Cavanagh, The Edward Co.: 1 in. lead pipe, 726 lbs. at 5^c. ; galv. iron pipe, 138 ft. of 1£ in 
at 144c, 591 of li-in. at 18c, 18f of 2-in. at 26c; 4-in. soil pipe, 50 ft. at 18c; sundries 
$22.29: freight, $2.33 ! 

North-west Mounted Police ($13.45). 
Bryson, Graham & Co.: office chair, $4.40 ; cushion, $1 .25 ; writing table, $7.80 

Ottatm Post Office, Custom House, d;c. ($973 J. 

Bartlett, J. H., winding and care of tower clock, 11 m. to June 30, 1898 

Egan Estate, rent of examining warehouse on Sparks Street, year to April 30, 1899 

Goyer, David, cleaning and repairing marble clock, $3.50; clock in P.O. Insp. office, $2 

Graves Bros., water cooler for post office 

Ottawa Electric Co., current for stamping machine in post office, May 1-Aug. 1, '98 

Parr, J. A., lumber, S. 2 S. : 1,000 ft. of 1-in. $30 ; 500 of ^-in. at $20 ; cartage, $1.25 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
72,754 55 

11 53 



335 96 


72 00 


15 00 


32 00 


5 30 


8 25 


4 38 


3 00 


78 21 


7 75 


9 60 


55 00 


55 42 


16 50 


1,200 00 


23 00 



145 95 



151 03 


508 03 


54 51 


28 00 


37 41 


596 47 


90 


21 00 


860 00 


18 00 


84 00 



109 12 



13 45 



55 00 


850 00 


5 50 


5 00 


16 25 


41 25 



r8,2#8 32 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-65 



Ottawa Bull dings : Repairs, Furniture, See, — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Post Office Department ($486.82). 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, April 1-Sept 30, 1898 

Bell Telephone Co. , Phenix dry batteries 

Boyden, Son & Co. , 6 chairs 

Bryson, Graham & Co., couch for Mr. Mulock 

Goyer, David, cleaning and repairing clocks 

Harris & Campbell, office chairs, 3 at $8 

Landry T. : moving books, papers, &c, to Slater block, Dec, '98 and Jan., '99, \7\ d. at $6 ; 
men, 17| d. at $1.25 ; 1 load to West block, $2 ; 1 load to workshop, $2 

Lessard, A., 400 short tins for Money Order Branch 

Liggett. Thos. : Wilton carpet for deputy's room, 22f yds. at $1.50 ; border, 23 yds. at $1.50 ; 
making ?md laying, $4.58 ; cork for private secretary's room, 44i yds. at $1.35 ; laying, 
$2.23; 26 yds.* felt, $1.04 

Slater & Sherwood, rent of room in Sparks Chambers, Nov. 7, 1898, to May 7, 1899, G m. at $15 

Trudel, H. A., sewing leather on chair and sofa 



Printing and Stationery ($14-25). 
Charleson, W. G. : brass curtain poles, 21 at 50c; brackets, 21 at 15c; 1 gr. curtain rings, 60c 

Printing Bureau ($133.87). 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, April 1-Sept 30, 1898 

Butterworth & Co. : 4 coils sash cord, $1 .20 ; 3 gr. screws, 36c 

Graves Bros., water cooler and filter 

McCullough, G. W. : 2 9 x 6 sqr. junctions, $3.50; express, $1.50; telegram, 25c 

Orr, Robt. : iron and wire partition, $30 ; 2 heavy wire screens, 53 sq. ft. at 30c 

Pritchard & Andrews Co. : 40 ft. of brass mesh work in 13 panels, 25 x 17| at $1.30; 2 brass 
stationery openings in same at $4 . 50 



Privy Council ($167.40). 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, April 1-Sept. 30, 1898 

Bryson, Graham & Co. , chairs, 4 at $4 . 40 

Goyer, David, cleaning and repairing clock, Hon. Mr. Laurier's room 

Harris & Campbell : arm chair in leather, $27.50 ; b. w. chairs in leather, 6 at $6 

Orr, Robt., large brass fender 

Thomas, Philip, awning covers, complete, 7 at $5, 1 at $6 

Trudel, H. A., sewing : curtain, $2.50 ; covering for sofa, &c, $2 



Public Works Department ($1,552.34). 

Ahearn & Soper : putting light in vault in private secretary's room, $20.83; telephone, 
deputy minister's office to chief mechanical engineer's office, wall telephone set $27 ; 
sundries, $11.28; electrician, 46-£ h. at 50c; repairs to telephone in chief engineer's 
room, $1 

Archambault, Jos., photo glass, 137^ ft. at 25c 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, April 1-Sept. 30, 1898 

Borbridge, S. & H., 1 drawer case for minister 

Boyden, Son & Co. : 5 chairs, $11 . 25 ; 2 mirrors, $5 

Bryson, Graham & Co. : chairs, 2 office, $8, $6.95 ; 9 oak at $2.20 ; 6 walnut at $2.60 ; desk, 
$9.35 ; desk for Dr. St. Jean, $32 ; 4 mats, $5.25 ; carpet, 40 yds. at $1.25 ; making and 
laying, $2 . 40 ; 2 boxes nails, $5 ; sundries, $12 .43 

Cavanagh, The Edward Co., fire proof door with extra quality lock and hinges for Record 
room 

Clement & Clement, Montreal : Brooks cabinet, $26 . 50 ; 6 transfers and index, $3 . 30 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co. : special steel shelving cases for vault in minister's room, 2 at 
$62.50 ; 2, 15 drawer Eclipse filing cabinet and 1 locking attachment for minister's office, 
$100 ; Halifax roll top desk, $28.50 ; sundries, $4 

( foyer, David, cleaning and repairing clocks 

Harris & Campbell : oak office chair, $10 ; revolving book case, $16 ; steamer chairs, 4 at 
$3.5u ; 2 brass door knobs, 40c ; 8 pes. oak moulding, $2.50 

May, Geo. & Sons : 7 prs. brass loops for trunk handles, $1 .10 ; 4 pr. trunk handles, $3.30. . . 

McMillan, A., 1 pr. field glasses. . 

( )rme, J. L. & Son. 1 steel spring seat typewriter chair for Ernest Smith . 

Reymond, C. D., cleaning and repairing clocks 

Ross, The C. Co., Axminster rugs, 4 at $3.45 

Seybold, J. A. Co., 3 sheepskin mats at 82 

Slater, R. N., rent of rooms 9 and 10 Slater block, 177 Sparks st., occupird by D. A. 
McLaughlin, departmental photographer. 12 m. to June 17, 1899 at $12 

Thomas, Philip, 2 tricolour flags at $5.50 



1— 5q 



Carried forward. 



cts. 



5,288 32 



;.;» 95 


6 00 


7 50 


17 85 


5 00 


24 00 


129 06 


14 00 


136 56 


90 00 


90 



14 25 



9 16 
1 56 

11 00 
5 25 

45 90 

61 00 



29 30 
17 60 

3 50 
63 50 

8 00 
41 00 

4 50 



83 36 
34 38 
569 85 
10 00 
16 25 



166 78 

65 00 

29 80 



257 50 
14 00 

42 90 
4 40 

16 20 

11 50 
4 00 

13 80 
6 00 

144 00 

11 Ml) 



80,591 38 



Q-66 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, Furniture, &c. — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Public Works Department— Concluded. 

Trudel, H. A., sewing curtains, &c 

Wilson, James & Co. : framing pictures in oak, 1 at $4.50, 3 at 

moulding, $6 . 72 ; h doz. hooks 30c 

Wood-, James W., repairing 2 tents 



.50, 8 at $3; 84 ft. gilt 



Railv-ays and Canals Department ($46). 



Bailey, Geo., smith work, April 1-Sept. 30, 1898 

Rryson, Graham & Co. : office chair, $9.50 ; mat, $4.50 ; chair, 

spittoon, 65c 

Marshall & Fudge, cleaning : 60 yds. carpet at 4c. ; 2 rugs, 50c. 

Ross, The C. Co., 4 yds. oilcloth at 95c 

Trudel, H. A., sewing : curtain $1 ; cloth on door 50c 



.20; 30 yds. lining, UA 



Secretary of State ($476.14). 



Bailey, George, smithwork, April 1- Sept. 30, 1898 

Boyden, Son & Co., 1 chair 

Bryson, Graham & Co. : office chair $13, 2 mats $9 ; 12 stove pipes $1.20 ; 4 elbows 80c. . . . 
Eclipse Office Furniture Co., steel Eclipse document filing cabinet, containing 132 drawers at 

$2.50 _ 

Harris & Campbell : repairs to chair, $3 ; cushion, $3.50 

Ligget, Thos. : Brussels, 18^ yds. at $1.10 ; border, 21 1 f V yds. at $1. L0 ; making and laying, 

$3.70; 21* yds. of felt 86c 

Ross, The C. Co. : Brussels stair carpet, 15 yds. at 90c. ; fig. mohair plush, 12 yds. at $1.75 ; 

sundries, $3.98 



Senate ($734.32). 

Archambault, Jos. : wall paper, 26 rolls at 50c. ; border, 48 yds. at 25c 

Bailey, Geo., smith work, Apl. 1-Sept. 30, 1898 ' 

Bryson, Graham & Co. : 61* lbs. of flour, $2 ; wall paper, 12 rolls at 20c, 9 at 6c 

Gauthier. T., & Freres, Quebec, paper, &c, for Hon. C. A. Pelletier's apartments: wall, 56 

pes. at $1.20, 44 at 80, 80 at 75c. ; border, 5 pes. at $1 . 50, 13 at $1 . 35 

Howe, J. G. : wall paper, 30 rolls at 75c. ; heavy ingrain figured, 12 rolls at 80c, 18 in frieze, 

48 yds. at 25c ; wall moulding, 264 ft. at 10c, 96 at 12^c ; sundries, $20.85 

Marshall & Fudge, cleaning 2,017 yds. carpet at 4c, 2 rugs, 50c 

Piche, Pierre, cleaning 33 chimneys at 50c 

Ross, The C, Co. : curtains, 4 prs. lace at $17.75, lat $7.50, 6 prs. of silk at $20 ; silk loops, 

10 at $1.25, 2 at 60c ; silk fringe, 11 yds at 38c ; pole end sets, 5 at 75c ; scrim, 16^ yds. 

at 22c ; sewing scrim of 4 prs. lace curtains, $4 ; sundries, $10.18 ; man's time, 7i h. at 

40c ; mats, 2 at $2. 50 

Vezina, T. : paper, 210 yds. at 5c ; lfdoz. stair pads, $3.33; sewing and laying carpet, 90 

yds. at 10c, 253 at 12^c (Speaker of Senate) 



Supreme Court 



85). 



1898 



Bailey, Geo., smith work, Apl. 1-Sept. 30, 

Boyden, Son & Co., 12 chairs at $2.25 

Harris & Campbell, pine cases to order, 3 large at $50, 7 small at $15 

Landry, T., removing pump and engine from centre block to Supreme Court 

Trade and Commerce ($17 .70). 



Bailey, Geo. smithwork, Apl. 1-Sept. 30, 1898. 
Bryson, Graham & Co., filter office chair 



Clerk of Works Branch of Public Works Department ($6,301.47). 

Archambault, Jos. : boiled linseed oil, 44 galls, at 65c ; turpentine, 44J galls, at 65c 
shellac, 20 galls, at $2.50 ; gold size, 5 galls at $2.50 ; whiting, 680 lbs. at lc 

Baizane, A. , 12 pieces of ornamental cubes 

Bate & Co. : 1 doz. No. 1 carpet brooms, $4.20 ; 2 boxes caustic, $1.20 

Belanger, V. A., cotton wipers, 49| lbs. at 10c 

Bird, J. A. & W., & Co., Boston, 100 lbs. N. P. magnete, No. 31 

Borbridge, S. & H. : pinking 50 ft. of leather, $4 ; 9 ft. red leather, 75c . . 

Boulez, Jos., sand 44 loads at $1.10 

Breton, Frs., clerk of works, street car tickets, 37 doz. at 50c 

Bryson, Graham & Co. : leather, 58^ ft. at 21c ; damask, 55£ yds. at 70c, 33 J at 60c 
dries, $10.62 



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$ cts. 
80,591 38 

2 90 

46 02 

2 70 



19 15 

18 65 

2 90 

3 80 
1 50 



26 70 

2 25 

24 00 

330 00 
6 50 

48 21 

38 48 



25 00 

15 50 
4 94 

187 45 

103 35 
81 18 

16 50 



245 94 
54 46 



18 85 

27 00 

255 00 

5 00 



14 25 
3 45 



126 83 


6 00 


5 40 


4 95 


6 13 


4 75 


48 40 


18 50 


81 54 



82,525 51 



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Q-£7 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, Furniture, &e. — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Clerks of Works Branch of Public Works Department — Concluded. 

Bureau, A. , <fe Freres, printing 20 badges : ... . 

Butterworth & Co. : galv. iron, 480 lbs. at Ahc. ; drain pipe, 100 lens, of 9-in. at 75c, 30 of 

6-in. at 40c. ; 6-in. tile, 6 lens, at $1.30 ; 27 grs. screws, $10.13 ; 24 x 12 slates, 300 at 5c. ; 

express charges, $10.80 ; 700 pes. 24 x 12 No. 1 red slates, 613 at 22^c. ; sundries, $22.40. 
Charlebois, J. O. : 1 do/., parlour brooms, $3.25; 1 box surprise soap, $4.75 ; 1 box pearline, 

$4.50 ; 70 ft. clothes line, $3 

Charleson, W. G. : cylinder cupboard locks, 2 doz. at $9, 1 at $9.50 ; brass socket castors, 12 

sets at $1 .50, 6 at $1 25 ; 1 doz. Yale night latches, $25 ; gilt strip push plates, 24 at 50c; 

door pulls 6 prs. at $1, (5 at 40c ; boom chains, 4 at $2; 132 grs. of rd. head screws, 

s U.04 ; 8 kegs nails, $21.25 ; sash cord, 63 lbs. at 35c, 10 at 55c ; 3f} doz. hanks, $8.89 ; 

galv. iron, 237 lbs. at 6c ; sundry hardware, $84.14 ; genuine white lead, 5,000 lbs. at 6c ; 

28 doz. tubes of colours, $42.47 ; sundry paint, $15.85 

Clement & Cusson, Montreal, 6 typewriter chairs at $8.50 

D' Amour & Co., Hull : 2-in. plank, 2,000 ft. at $15 ; 1-in. T. & G., D. 2 S., 2,000 ft. at $20 ; 

1,000 ft. of 1-in. V joint, $20 ; cartage, $1.25 

Desri vieres, J. A. : K. D. basswood, d. 2 s., 4,881 ft. of i-in. at $25, 1,027 of 1-in. at $30 ; T. & G. 

d. 2 s., 2,000 ft. of i-in. at $19, 5,117 of 1-in. at $18 ; 1,000 ft. good flooring, $28 ; birch 

wire moulding, 222 lengths at I8fc., 1,000 at 12c; birch wire cap, 222 lengths at I8fc, 940 

at 6c; mouldings to pattern, 50 lengths at 25c; g-in x6J-in. x 1 ft. 6-in., d. 4 s., special for 

drawers, 600 pes. at 6c; sundries, $238.30 ; sawing and dressing, $33.48 ; cartage, $18.42. 
"Dods, P. 1)., & Co., Montreal : brown shellac, 10 galls, at $2.25 ; bladder putty, 500 lbs. at 

2ic; 5 brls. whiting, 1,875 lbs. at fc.; English Vermillion, 10 lbs. at $1 ; I. C. green, 100 

lbs. at 12c; sundry paint, &c, $16.50 

Dupont, J. C. : 1 box Comfort soap, $4.50 ; 4 doz. con. lye, $4 ; 1 box Pearline powder, $4.75 ; 

1 doz. best corn brooms, $3.50 

Dupuis, D., Hull : good shorts, P. 2 S., 2,012 ft. of 2-in. at $40, 2,005 of 1-in. at $35, 1,000 of 

A-in and 1,000 of i-in. at $25 ; cartage, $2.50. . 
Edwards, W. C, & Co. Ltd.: 1^-in. flooring, 2,000 ft. at $26; i-in. dressed boards, 1,940ft. at 

$30 ; 4 x 4 pine, d. 4 s., 1,353 ft. at $22 ; 8 x 8 cedar, 143 1. ft. at 8c ; cartage 50c 

Eureka Ball Bearing Castor Co., 25 sets of brass castors at 75c 



Graves Bros.: cupboard locks, 3 doz. at $7.50 ; 1 doz. Yale latches, $24 ; 1 doz. doorknobs, 
asst,, $11.50 ; galv. iron, 276 lbs. at 6c; block tin, 52i lbs. at 25c; strip glue, 100 lbs. at 
20c; charcoal, 25 bush, at 30c ; sundry hardware, tools, &c, $320.53 ; 114 gr. screws, $40.92. 

Harris & Campbell : perf. seats, 18 at 30c, 36 at 25c, 12 at 20.; cherry base blocks, 195 at 
lie ; 13 ft. birch scantling, $1.50 

Hay, N. : bronze drawer pulls, 4 doz. at $2.50, 8 doz. at 50c; brass till and cupb. locks, 4 doz 
at $3.60, 2 at $3 ; sundries, $17.40 

Killeen, Frank, 13 loads of sand at $1 

McCullough, G. W., 30 bags fire clay at $2.50 

McDougal & Cuzn°r : H doz. Yale night latches at $27 ; silver lake sash cord, 5g doz., $46.40 
2 coils of 1,000 ft., $10 ; 56 gross screws, $23.44 ; sundries, $30.90 

MacLean, Roger & Co., rent of building on Wellington st. used as workshop, 12 m. to June 
30,1899 



McMillan, A., repairing clock in boiler house. 



Parr, J. A., 12-in. sheeting, 2,000 ft. at $19, 2,000 at $18 ; 10-in. T. & G., d. 2 s., 3,000 ft. at 
$25 ; No. 1 s. 2 s., 1,000 ft. of H-in., $45, 5,500 ot 1-in. at $40, 1,710 of j-in. at $30; l^-in, 
sidings, s. 2 s., 3,000 ft. at $45 ; "flooring, 1,100 ft. of U-in. at $38, 2,000 "of l£-in. at $22 ; 
wire mouldings, 1,420 ft. at 5c; 6x6 cedar, 282 ft. at 5c; sundry, $53.70 ; cartage, $25.10, 

Pearson, Geo. D., Montreal, 1 8-in. ventilator 

Pritchard & Andrews Co., 1 wax seal 

Robillard, Alex., Gloucester, 290 bush, of lime at 18c 

Ross, The C, Co.: 18 yds. carpet felt, 54c; 15 yds. flannel at 27c; 15 yds. cotton at 7c; 15 
yds. towelling at 12c 

Seybold, J. A., Co. : cloth, 8 pes. of enamel at $4 ; 40i yds. of black at $1.15, 18 at 90c, 40 of 
blue at $1.10, 30h of green at $2.25 ; col. rep., 59f yds. at $1.35 ; gray cotton, 123| yds. at 
5|c ; cotton batten, 100 lbs at lOic . . 

Slater, Mrs., (estate) rent of lot. No. 11 Wellington st. south and building thereon for storage 
purposes. Apl. 21, 1898 to June 30, 1899, HA in. at $20 

Stephen Bros.: English Vermillion, 1") lbs. at $1.25 ; pure brown shellac, 6 galls, at $2.50 ; 
bladder putty, 200 lbs. at 3c; glaziers diamond, $4.50 ; sundries, $25.75 



Storey, D.: 1 x 12 T. & G., 5,002 ft. at $16.50 ; 1,000 ft. of i-in basswood, $25 ; h-m. good K. 
D., d. 2 s., 1,146 ft. at $35 ; plank, 2,000 ft. of 3-in. at $14, 2,000 ft. of 2-in. at $12 ; pine 
legs, 8 sets at $1, 17 at 75c; birch legs, 3 sets at $2.50 ; turned posts, 24 at $1 ; wood 
screws, 254 at 5c; 100 3-in. round poles, $10 ; 100 B. W. map ornameuts, $8 ; ice mallets 
and handles, 36 at 50c; 118 pickets at 9c; dressing, $18.63 ; sundries, $49.99 

Vaive, Pierre : sand, 10 yds. at 75c; 20 double loads at $1.50 

Victor Oil Co., Toronto," " Perfection" soft oil soap, 262 lbs. at 8c 



1-5JQ 



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$ cts. 
82,525 51. 

50 

312 66 
15 50 



664 81 
51 00 

91 25 



909 29 



84 75 


16 75 


203 16 


151 90 
18 75 


476 64 


39 75 


51 80 
13 00 
75 00 


151 24 


650 00 
1 00 



850 00 

9 75 

1 50 

52 20 

7 44 



305 04 

286 00 

70 00 



379 83 
37 50 
20 96 



,524 48 



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63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, Furniture, &c. — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Mechanical Branch of Public Works Department ($5,732.82). 

Ahearn & Soper : shades, 12 at $1.10, 9 at 50c, 22 at 45c; vulcan torches, 2 at $4.50 ; 75 amp. 

aluminum fuse links, 12 at 45c; R. C. wire, 300 ft. of No. 14 at 3c, 300 ft. of No. 6 at 7c; 

Edison key sockets, 18 at 28c; sundries, $21.66 ; repairs to fuse blocks, $2.56 

Bate & Co.: brl. of best Am. coal oil, 40 33 galls., $8.67 ; brl., 80c; 2£ yds. of wick, 25c 

Belanger, M. A.: pure alcohol, 2 galls, at $5.50 ; 3 galls, neatsfoot oil, $3.75 ; spt. of salt, 30c 
Bellingham, Wm., Montreal : 2 sets patent roller grates for 2 boilers at Govt, dynamo station, 

$180 ; castings, 1,385 lbs. at 3c 

Bell Telephone Co.: No. 1 special duplex wire, 7,500 ft. at ljc.; cleats, 3 gross at $2 

Boyden, Son & Co.: Argand shades, 81 at 60c; 1 gross Argand chimneys, $28.80 ; gas globes, 

2 gross at $28.80 ; shade holders, 9 at 50c; 12 gross wax tapers, $15 ; 6 lanterns, $4.50 ; 2 

doz. lantern globes, $2 ; 1 brl. of oil, 43 ' 69 galls, at 30c 

Bryson, Graham & Co.: 1 box Q. L. soap, $3.30; 15 doz. sperm candles $2.25; candlewick 

$1.90 

Butterworth & Co. : sheet lead, 255 lbs. at 5£c, 819 at 5fc 



iron pipe, 513^ ft. at 2|c; 298 1 to 2 in. 

globe valves, 6 at $1.20; sundries, $54.63 
Campbell, W. J., 2 steel plate gauges, 105 lbs. 
Canadian General Electric Co.: 1 No. .",168 A 

inner globes, $2.40 ; packing, 60c 

Carson, Hugh L., 2 suckers for pump 



genuine Jenkins discs, $35.25; 1-in. Jenkins 



at 3c 

C. L. B. Wpf. arc lamp, $25 



6 (extra) clear 



Cavanagh, The Edward Co. ($943.34)— 

Iron pipe : 510 ft. of J-in. at 3c ; 514 of g-in. at 2|c. ; 508 of |-in. at 2|c 

Wrought iron pipe : 430^\ ft. of 3-in. at 37|c; 114 of 2-in. at 29c; 118^ of 1^-in. at 21c; 
1,084 T 7 5 of 1-in. at life ; 119J of f-in. at 81c; 104§ of i-in. at 7^c ' 

Iron elbows and tees : 104 of l^-in. at 13c; 140 of 1-in. at lie 

Cast tees : 27 of 3-in. at $1.14, 3 at $1.40 ; 80 of \\-\n. at 37c; 128 of 1-in. at 19c 

Cast elbows : 2 of 3-in. at 94c, 16 at 84c ; 110 of 1-in. at 12c ; 60 of f-in. at 9c 

Right and left buckles, 60 of U-in. at 12c, 100 of 1-in. at 6c; f-in. hvy. couplings, 40 at 28c 

Balata belting, 10 ft. wide x 5 "ply, 41 £ ft. at $1.30 ' 

Special fire brick, 7,066 at $29 ; extra for packing 4,000 bricks, $24.38 

Sundries,.$9.70 ; freight, $16.42 . . , 

Cast iron "enamel bath complete 

Charlebois, J. O. : 1 box Q. L. soap, $4; 1 doz. carpet brooms, $6; sundries, $2.71 

Charleson, W. G. : 14-in. marbleised basins, 6 at $1.50; 12-in. circular ceiling register, $4 ; 

motor grease, 50 lbs. at 10c; ingot block tin, 51 lbs. at 24c; sundries, $31.60 . 

C6te & Coursolles : R. C. wire, 1,303 ft. of No. 14 at 3c, 297 of No. 10 at 5c; No. 18 Am. 

wire, 106f lbs. at 40c, 49 at 38c; electric bell wire, 79* lbs. at 45c; flex cord, 1,785 ft. of 

No. 16 at 3c, 250 of No. 18 at 4£c.; conductor silk cord", 3, 700 ft. at3£c; shades, 30 at 60c , 

102 at 55c, 152 at 50c; shade holders, 281 at 10c; ceiling rosettes, 24 at 30c; pear push 

buttons. 48 at 50c ; plugs, 78 at 25c ; sockets, 123 at 25c ; 150 safetv plugs, $18 ; portable 

stands, 5 at $2.50 ; 1,250 fuse links, $100.96 ; sundries, $75.01 " 

Dupont, J. C: 3 cases No. 1 matches, $10.80; 3 boxes Q. L., soap, $11.25 ; 2 cases Gillett's 

lye, $8.80 ; 5 doz. corn brooms, $13.75 ; sundries, $10.35 

Emond, V. A., & Son. Quebec, self-lubricators: 3 dble. at $13, 2 dble. circular at $8.50, 8 

single at $5.50 

Gilliott, Frank, 10 galls, disinfecting fluid at $2 

Graves Bros.: 1-in. brass waste couplings, 10 at $1 ; dble. iointed gas brackets, 24 at $1 ; lead 

pipe, 271 lbs. at 7c ; file padlocks, 3 doz. at $4 ; sundry hardware, tools, etc. $94.39.. 

Gurney Foundry Co., Toronto : Nason radiator tops and base, 240 ft. at 14c 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Mfg. Co.. Toronto : 48 gaskets, 39^ lbs. at 90c ; 350 hose washers, 

$27.82 ; ^-in. Pyramid bluestone packing, 92 lbs. at 60c , 

Hay, N. : Lowmoor iron, 112 lbs. at 7c ; 1 bar iron, 98 lbs. at lfc 

Keystone Lubricating Co., Philadelphia : 25 lbs. No. 1 Keystone Lub. $5 ; No. 3 Ideal Anc. 

cup, $3 ; large Keystone cup, $1 

La Compagnie Savoie-Guay : 1 gas genei-ator, No. 3, $85 ; 100 lbs. carbide, $4 ; freight, etc, 

$3.43 

Law, Bros. & Co. : castings, 454 lbs. at 4c, 140 at 3c . . . 

Lawson, Thos. : flange valves, 4 of 8 in. at $30, 2 of 6-in. at $25 ; hub valves, 1 of 8-in $25, 3 of 

6-in at $20; tees, bends, elbows, etc., 9,641 lbs. at 4c; 3 iron arch plates, 960 lbs. at 3c. 

brass castings, 65| lbs. at 30c ; sundry, $4 ; foundry work, 141^ hrs. at 40c 

Lewis, Bros. & Co.: green gas tubing, 336 ft. at 13c; iron pipe, 511 ft. of J-in at 3c, 515* of j 

at $2.65, 512 of J-in. at $2.40 ; 3-in. elbows and tees, 36 at 50c ; elbows", 50 of H-in. at 12c' 

100 of 1-in. at 10c ; plugs and bushings, $14.50 

Lloyd, Wm. A. : pure alcohol, 7 galls, at $5.50 ; met. spirits, 3£ galls, at $2 ; pow'd. sal. am 

moniac, 200 lbs. at 10c ; sundries, $14.51 ... , 

May, Geo. & Sons, 1| doz. ^-in. belt laces 

Mills, A. K. & Son, 1 basin top and back 

Mitchell, The Robt. Co., Montreal, 14 It. gas pendant, $10.50; box, 50c 

Munderloh & Co.. Montreal, 6 boxes dials for watchman's control clock 



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Q 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, See. — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Mechanical Branch of Public Works Department — Continued. 

McAvity, T. &Sons, St. John : 3-in. N.P. hose valves, 36 at $7 ; Jenkin's globe valves, 36 of 
1-in. at $1.40, 12 of fin. at $1.10, 12 of g-in. at 60c. ; peet valves, 3 of 2-in. at $3.12£, 47 
of ^n. at $1.12i; 18 1-in. Mc A. angle valves, $26.89; sundry, $18 

McKinley & North wood, 1 gas log 

Ottawa Auer Light Co. : 1 portable gas stand and tubing, $4 ; 6 mantles $3 ; 6 chimneys, 72c 

Ottawa Electric Co. : 1 6 It. comb, fixtm-e, $53 ; No. 6, 10-in. cardboard shades, 5 doz. at $3 
sundries, $13.60 

Ottawa Gas Co. : Jewel radiator, $8 ; 1 doz. street lamp globes, $16.88 ; 2 lamp tops and rings, 
$12 ; 2 ruby globes, $10 ; sundry, $5.95 , 

Pyke, James VV. & Co., Montreal : 6-in. pipe, 75 ft. at 34c. ; tees, bends, etc., $14.98 

Queen City Oil Co., 15 cases No. 1 castor oil, 2,422 lbs. at 7c 

Robertson, James Co., Montreal, 1 plain " Acme " closet, connections complete 

Robertson, Thomas Co., Montreal : iron pipe, 5,041^ ft. of 1-in at $3.57, 1,024^ at $3.53 ; 509^ 
of g-in. at $2.60 ; pig lead, 579 lbs. at $3.60 ; Stillson's pipe wrenches, 12 of 14-in.at $2.10, 6 
of 18-in. at $2.80 ; gauge glasses, 2 doz. at $4.25, 2 at $3.50 ; sundries, $38.17 

Stephen Bros., red lead, 100 lbs. at 6c 

Victoria Foundry Co. : 2 cast iron grates, 406 lbs. at 4c. ; 20 corrugated plates, 1,064 lbs. at 4c. 
9, 6 x3 tees, 1,336 lbs. at 4c. ; 90 grate bars, 3,349 lbs. at 3c. ; sundry castings, 957 lbs. at 4c 

Wurtele, J. W. , & Co. : pipe covering, 15 ft. of 6-in at 60c. ; 36 of 1^ in at 25c. ; tees, elbows, 
etc., $2.32 



Centre Block, Generally ($143.52). 



Goyer, David, care of tower clock, 9 mos. to Dec. 31, 1898 

Stephen Bros. : bladder putty, 200 lbs. at 3c ; 7 panes glass, $7.65; paper hangars' knives, 
shears, etc., $8.60; h, doz. scrapers, $2.70 ; 1 lb. aluminum bronze, $3 ; sundries, $3.51, (for 
Speaker's rooms, H. of C. and Senate) 

Victoria Foundry Co., new friction wheel for ventilating fan in Parliament Buildings : cast 
ings, 297 lbs. at 4c. ; best French mill board, 91 lbs. at 8c. ; smith work, 43g hrs. at 40c, 2 
keys forged, 50c 

East and West Blocks, Generally ($94.20). 

Goyer, David, repairing clock in main entrance West Block 

Piche, Pierre, cleaning chimneys : West Block, 116 at 35c. ; East Block, 76 at 35c. ; Mackenzie 
Tower, 8 at $3 



Art Gallery ($1.95). 
Bryson, Graham & Co., 3 yds. of felt at 65c 



Monuments of Queen and Hon. Alex. Mackenzie ($10.40). 
Bryson, Graham & Co. , felt, 16 yds. at 65c 



Sundry Expenses ($903.96). 

Charlebois, D. N., ice supplied season ending Oct. 31, 1898, contract 

Cole's National Mfg. Co., repairing flags 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co.: polishing, enamelling and lacquering electroliers and brackets, 

$25.50; sundries, $3.20 

Limoges, E., 5 galls, of best varnish for outside doors of public buildings ... . .... 

Orr, H,obt., 4 heavy wire screens for pump and switches rooms, 74£ sq. ft. at 30c 

Parr, J. A., 1-in. boards for covering steps, 13,701 ft. at $15 

Ross, The C., Co., overpaid on cheque 36112 

Freight and express: C. A. R., $68.06; C. P. R., $22.03; Can. Express Co., $4.10; Dom. 

Express Co., $7.05 ; Ottawa Forwarding Co., $20.67 

Advertising 

Stationery Office, $88.61 ; Queen's Printer's account, $28.04 



Less— Charged to Rents, Dominion Buildings (Page Q— 76) $8,246 38 

i. Power for running elevators, &c (Page Q — 107) 16 25 

Materials used from stock, in photo establishment 1,155 98 



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$ cts. 
92,811 51' 



429 94 
13 00 

7 72 


81 60 


52 83 

40 48 

169 54 

27 50 


345 87 
6 00 


250 99 


20 32 


75 00 


31 46 


37 06 



3 00 
91 20 



1 95 



10 40 



350 00 
7 50 


28 70 

26 75 

22 25 

205 52 

78 


121 91 

23 90 

116 65 


95,411 33 



,418 61 



85,992 72 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Ottawa Buildings : Heating'. 

Edwards, W. C. & Co., Ltd., mill wood delivered at Govt. Printing Bureau, 679§ cords at 

$1.15 

Heney, John & Son, coal delivered under contract v $24,299.12) — 

Furnace coal, 4,992*08 net tons at $4.75 

Stove coal, 92 965 net tons at $4.75 

Nut coal, 25 '21 net tons at $4 . 75 

American smith coal, 5*35 net tons at $4.75 

Heney, John & Son, sundry ($256.35) — 

Scotch lump coal, 15 tons at $5.50 

Unloading barge : 280 '41 tons at 17c. ; carting, 280 "41 tons at 45c 

Ottawa Gas Co., gas consumed for heating at $1.50 a M. ft. ($536.65)— 

East and west blocks, Oct. 1 to Dec. 31, '98, 40,000 cub. ft 

Langevin block : Aug. 19 to Dec. 31, '98, 14,100 cub. ft.; meter rent, $1.45 

Supreme Court (new wing) : July 1 to Dec. 31, '98, 1,400 cub. ft.; meter rent, $3 

Geol. Museum (small meter) : July 1 to Dec. 31, '98, 20,100 cub. ft.; meter rent, $1.80. . . 

Govt. Printing Bureau, July 1 to Dec. 31, '98, 278,000 cub. ft.. 

Ottawa Gas Co., gas supplied for heating, Jan. 1 to June 30, 1899, as per contract at $1 a 
M. ft. ($477.40)- 

East Block, 11,800 cub. ft 

West Block, 10,800 cub. ft. ; West Block (extension) 40,300 cub. ft 

Over- payment 

Langevin Block, Jan. 1 to Mar. 31, 26,200 cub. ft 

House of Commons, 61,300 cub. ft.; the Senate, 104,200 cub. ft 

Library of Parliament and Commons kitchen, 35,300 cub. ft 

Geol. Museum (small meter) 29,700 cub. ft. ; Supreme Court (new wing) 1,400 cub. ft. . . 

Printing Bureau (small meter) 150,600 cub. ft 

Parr, J. A.: 2-in. plank for coal shed, 600 ft. at 15c; cartage 50c 

Roche, H. G., gas inspector, Ottawa, inspection of 3 gas meters of 100 lights each, for 

measuring heating gas, at $6 

White, James, wood delivered under contract of Oct. 1, 1897 ($6,000)— 

Mixed wood, 1,055 "29 cords at $4.75 , 

ii cut once, 4 cords at $6 .... 

ii cut twice, 24 cords at $6.50 

Rock maple, 140 ■ 48 cords at $4.95 

Kindling wood, 42^ cords at $2.75 ; less $4.86 carried to 1899-1900 

Weighing and receiving coal at $1.75 a day : A. J. Charleson, Feb. 16 to Apl. 21, '99, $98 ; 

H. Fitzimmons, Feb. 16 to Apl. 22, '99, -$99.75 ; M. F. Smith, June 1 to Aug. 19, 1898, 

$120.75 

Weighing and receiving coal at $1.50 a day, J. P. Champagne, June 1 to Aug. 19, 1898 

Receiving coal : R. Laing, June 1 to Aug. 19, lb-98 (less 1 d. in July) 68 d. at $1.50 

Screening and receiving coal, M. Creegan, June 1 to Aug. 19, 1898, 69 d. at $1.25 

Govt, coal shed, M. Low, coalman, Dec. 1-31, 1898, 26^ d. at $1.25 

Public Buildings, Oftawa : B. Farrell, coalman, Mar. 1-7, 1899,6 d. at $1.25; E.Smith, 

helper, Mar. 1-31, 1899, at $45.62 am 

Inspection of scales, $2.50 ; Can. Atlantic Ry. freight, $2.54 

Queen's Printer's account 



Parliament Buildings : attending heating apparatus ('$7,371.95). 



Engineer, Thos. Wensley, 12 m. to June 30 at $85 

Asst. engineers, 12 m. each at $62 : T. Daly, $744 ; H. Spence, $744 

Firemen at $48 am.: F. X. Audette, 12 m. (less 1 d. in Jan.) $574.45 ; P. Farrell, Nov. 26, 

1898, to Apl. 30, 1899, $248 ; A. Hudon, Nov. 26 to Apl. 30, $248 ; T. Mulrooney, Nov. 

26 to Apl. 30, $248 ; J. Reeves, 12 m. to June 30, $576 ; J. Rov, 12 m. to June 30, $576. . 
Wood and coal men at $37.50 am.: T. Binks, Nov. 14 to Apl. 30, $208.75 ; A. Bourgeois, 12 

m., $450 ; E. Michaud, 12 m. $450 

Weighing and screening coal at $37.50 a m.: M. Creegan, Nov. 14 to Apl. 30, $208.75; R 

Marineau, 12 m. $450 

Carter, James Gorman, 313 d. at $2 



Departmental Buildings : attending heating apparatus ($10,644-19). 



West block, engineer and fireman, M. Gallagher, 12 m. to June 30 at $55 

West block, fireman at $48 a m.: J. Delaire, Nov. 24 to Apl. 30, $252.20; P. Dugal, Oct. 20 

to Apl. 30, $306.58; John Hyland, Nov. 24 to Apl. 30, $252.20; N. Martin, July 1 to 

Oct. 31, $192 ; D. Matheson, Dec. 6 to Apl. 16, $209.85 ; Geo. Macdonald, Nov. 1 to Apl. 

30, $288 ; R. B. Smith, Nov. 24 to Apl. 22, $239.40 

West block, elevator attendant, D. Goode, 12 m. to June 30 at $45.62 

West block, elevator attendant, relief, A. Lessard, 12 m. to June 30 at $37.50 

West block, wood and coal men at $37.50 a m. : J. B. Boileau, Dec. 1 to Apl. 30, $187.50; A. 

Dunn, Dec. 1 to Apl. 30, $187.50 ; O. Langlois, July 1 to Apl. 30, $375 

West block, woodman, O. Sigouin, sawing 12| cords at 50c; Nov. 2 to Dec. 27, 1898, Mar. 22 

to May 3, 1891), 80 d. at $1.25 



Carried forward . 



'81 71 



23,712 38 

441 58 

119 75 

25 41 


82 50 
173 85 


60 00 

22 60 

5 10 

31 95 

417 00 


11 80 

51 10 

5 80 

26 20 

165 50 

35 30 

31 10 

150 60 

9 50 


18 00 


5,012 63 

24 00 

156 00 

695 36 

112 01 


318 50 

103 50 

102 00 

86 25 

33 12 


53 12 
5 04 

54 57 


1,020 00 
1,488 00 


2,470 45 


1,108 75 


658 75 
626 00 



660 00 

1,740 23 
547 44 
450 00 

750 00 

106 25 

44,760 70 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-71 



Ottawa Buildings : Heating — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Departmental Buildings — Concluded. 

East block, fireman at $48 a in.: M. Costello, 12 m., $570 ; P. O'Connor, Dec. 1 to Apl. 22, 

$227.20 ; T. Renaud, Dec. 14 to Apl. 30. $216.44 ; A. Ross, 12 m. $576'; T. Whalen, Nov. 

1 to Apl. 30, $288 

East block, wood and coal men at $37.50 a m. : J. B. Belanger, Nov. 15 to Apl. 30, $207.50 ; 

H. Lambert, Dec. 1 to Apl. 30, $187.50. 

Supreme Court, engineer and fireman, Win. Hill, 12 in. to June 30 at $55 

Supreme Court, fireman, A. Mason, Dec. 5 to Apl. 30 at $48 am 

Geological Museum, fireman at $48 a m.: O. Clairmont, Nov. 25 to Apl. 30, $249.60; R. 

Gavin, Dec. 21 to Mar. 31, $161.03 ; Geo. Macdonald, July 1 to Oct. 31, May and June, 



$288. 



Ottawa Post Office, firemen at $48 a m.: J. Ethier, 12 m. $576; N. Martin, Nov. 1 to June 

30, $384 

Wood ana coal men: Geo. Turner, 10 m. to Apl. 30 at $45.62 ; E. Lachapelle, Nov. 14 to 

Apl. 30 at $37.50, $208.75; H. Bisson, 26 d. in June at $1.25; John Fitzgerald, 73 d. 

in March, April and May at $1.25 ; M. Logue, 24 d. in February at $1.25 ; M. Low, 26 d. 

in January at $1.25 

Carters at $2 a d.: Louis Beaucage, Nov. 15 to June 30, 197i d.; M. Lauzon, Nov. 29 to Apl. 

30, 156£d 

Langevin Block : attending heating apparatus (-$5,158.70) ; Experimental Farm ($191.24). 

Engineer, John Cowan, July 1 to Dec. 31, Apl. 1 to June 30, 275 d. at $3.50 

Firemen, 12 m. each at, $45: Martin Carroll, $540; J. B. Delorme, $540; M. Lepine, $540 

O. Ranger, $540 

Pipefitters: Geo. Sparks, 12 m. to June 30 at $50 (incl. 2 m. charged to Exp. Farm); Wm 

Mansfield, 12 m. to June 30 at $45 ' 

Helper, A. Macdonald, 12 m. to June 30 at $45.62 (incl. 2 m. charged to Exp. Farm) 

Cleaning globes, steam valves, &c, J. Daigneault, 12 m. to June 30 at $45 

Langevin Block : Elevator Service ($4,492.50 ). 

Engineer of pumps. A. Dugal, 12 m. to June 30 at $60 . 

Fireman, D. Planchet, 12 in. to June 30 at $45 . . 

Elevator attendents at $45 a m.: Thos. Caron, 12 m., $540; P. Kilduff, 12 m., $540; Nap. 
Pruulx, 12 m., $540 ; Louis Remillar, 12 in., $540 ; Wm. Sterling, 12 m. (less 5 d. in June), 
$532.50 ; J. A. St. George, 12 m., $540 

Printing Bureau : Engineers and Firemen ($3,462.60). 

Engineer, J. H. Thompson, 12 m. to June 30 at $86.66 

Asst. engineer, W, H. Graham, 12 in. to June 30 at $65 

Firemen, 12 m. each at $45.63 : M. Loyer, $547.56; Jas. Montgomery, $547.56 ; Nap 
deau, $547.56 



Rien- 



Sundry Watchmen ($2,608.80). 

Dunlop, 4 m. to Oct. 



31 at $48 ; James Little, 



Watchmen, East and West Blocks : Jas. 

Nov. 3 to June 30, 7§§ m. at $48 

Watchman, Supreme Court, R. Nash 365 d. to June 30 at $1.25 

Watchman, Rideau Hall, Geo. Sleeman, 365 d. to June 30 at $1.50 

Watchman, Govt, workshop : Jas. Street, 4 in. to Oct. 31 at $48 ; Jas. Dunlop, Nov. 1 to 

June 30, 8 m. at $48 

Caretaker, Parliament Tower, Geo. Vincent, 365 d. to June 30 at $1.25 



Coal Shed. 
Ray, C. O, rent of coal shed at canal basin, 12 m. to Apl. 30, 1899 

Experimental Farm ($300.60). 

Boiler Inspection Co , 

Heney, John & Son : sawn hard maple, 30 cords at $5.75 ; cartage, 30 cords at 75c. 

MeCullough, G. W., egg coal, 4 tons at $5.15 

White, James : sawn hard maple, 10 cords at $5.75 ; cartage, 10 cords at 75c 

Carried forward 



$ m cts. 
44,760 70 



1,883 64 

395 00 
660 00 
233 80 



698 63 
960 00 

851 20 
708 00 

962 50 

2,160 00 

1,140 00 
547 44 
540 00 



720 00 
540 00 



3,232 50 



1,039 92 
780 00 

1,642 68 



572 8> 
456 25- 
547 50 

576 00 
456 25 



400 00 



20 00 

195 00 

20 60 

65 00 



67,765 41 



Q-72 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1S9S-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Ottawa Buildings : Heating' — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Sundry. 

Detailed in 1897-8, charged to 1898-9 (Page Q-78) 

Detailed with Ottawa Buildings, Lighting . . ( .. Q— 73) 

Detailed with mechanical branch of P. W. Dept ( n Q— 61) 

Less— Charged to Heating Dominion Buildings — (Page Q— 107) 300 60 

Rents ( ., Q— 76) 400 00 

Public Buildings Generally ( ,. Q— 57) 108 50 

1899-1900 3,167 62 

Experimental Farm ... (Page Q— 108) 191 24 



Total carried to Page Q- 



Ottawa Buildings : Lighting. 



Foreman of electric lighting, James Johnston, 11 '3 m. to June 9, at $70 am 

Wiremen at $45.62 a m. : A. Catellier, llf^ in. to June 21, $533.75; Jas. Devine, 12 m, to 

June 30, $547.44. ' 

Ahearn & Soper ($1,667.65)— 

Edison lamps, 16 c. p., 100 v.: July- Jan., 3,500 at 25c; March, 1,000 at 20c 

Edison lamps, 16 c. p., 100 v.: frosted, 400 at 38c; genuine ruby, 6 at 55c 

Edison lamps, 100 v. : 50 of 50 c p. at 80c. ; 1,200 of 10 c p. at 25c 

Spl. base lamps, 75 c. p., 50 v., 8 at $2.25; Westinghouse base lamps, 16 c. p., 50 v., 100 
at 25c , 

Clear globes for alternating inclosed lamps, 2 outer at $1.60, 12 inner at 60c 

Sq. flax packing, 17 lbs. at 80c; sundries, $20.55 ; barrels and boxing, $9.80 

Bate, H. N. & Sons : coal oil, 45*64 galls, at 19c; barrel, 80c ........ ... 

Citizens' Gas Control Co., readings of meters in Public Buildings, Ottawa, on which gas 

controllers are used : 9 meters, Apl. 5 to Oct. 3, 1898. 10 p. c. of $1,808.25 for gas con- 
sumed ; 7 meters, Oct. 3, 1898 to Apl. 5, 1899, 10 p. c of $1,267.75 for gas consumed for 

lighting and 10 p. c of $32.60 for gas for heating 

Ottawa Electric Co., 20 street lamps, 12 m. to Apl. 30, 1899, at $85 a year each : Wellington 

St., 9 ; Chaudiere Bridge, 4 ; Elgin St., 1 : Metcalfe St., 1 ; Printing Bureau, 5 

Ottawa Electric Co., Dept. of Interior, Observatory, Cliff St., 12 m. to Apl. 30, 1899, 4 Its. 

at $5 a year each 

Ottawa Electric Co., Dept. of Interior, chf. astronomers office, electricity supplied at 26 

Nepean St., in connection with relief model of part of Alaskan coast : May 9 to June 30, 

1899, 1,120 amp. h. at lc ; meter rent, 50c ; less $4.68 discount 

Ottawa Electric Co. : Marine and Fisheries, Bounty Branch, 14 Metcalfe St.: March, 18, 

1898, to July 27, 1899, 530 amp. h. at lc; meter," $4 ; less discount, $3.72 

Ottawa Electric Co., payments for lighting, under old contract at $2.50 a light a year — 

May 1 to July 31, 1898 : Interior Dept., over Bank of Ottawa, 49 lights ; Interior Dept., 
Dom. Astron. Office, 15 lights ; City Post Office, 143 lights; Parliament Buildings, 
1,484 lights ; East Block, 57 lights 

July 1 to 31, 1898, East Block, 643 lights 

July 16 to 31, 1898, Supreme Court, 152 lights 

Ottawa Electric Co., payments under new contract for lighting Parliament Buildings, E. 

and W. Blocks, Langevin Block, City Post Office, Supreme Court, Dom. Astronomer's 

Office, and Interior Dept. over Bank of Ottawa : — 

July 16 to 31, 1898, 1,655 lights in Langevin and West Blocks at $2.25 a year each. . . 

Aug. 1, 1898, to June 30, 1899, 3,000 lights at $2.25 a year each, 11 mos. 

Aug. 1, 1898, to June 30, 1899, lights in excess of 3,000 at $2 a year each : Aug. -Oct. 
1,224, Nov. -Jan. 1,997, Feb. -April 2,691, May and June 2,750 : at 16|c. a m. or $2 
each a vear 

May 18 to June 30, 1899, 138 lights in Customs Dept., P. O. building, 1£ m. at $2 each 
year 

May 1, '98, to June 30, '99, 3 arc lamps equivalent to 36 lamps of 16 cp. at $2 each a year 

May 1, '98, to June 30, '99, fan motor equal to 5 lamps of 16 c p. at $2 each a year 

Ottawa Gas Co., difference between 7,676,000 cub. ft. of gas, actual consumption in 1897, 

and 8,000,000 cub. ft. as by contract Jan. 22, '94 : 324,000 ft. at $1.50 

Ottawa Gas Co., gas, 12 m. to June 30, 1899, at $1.50 a M. ft. ($3,957.05)— 

Dominion Govt, buildings (Parliament grounds) 1,203,300 ft 

ii n over payment 

City Post office, 554,600 ft. ; meter rent $10 

Customs Dept., Sparks St., 5,300 ft.; meter rent, $2.70 

Interior Dept. , over Bank of Ottawa, 19, 000 ft. ; meter rent, $3 . 60 

Government workshops, 421,100 ft. ; meter rent, $6 



Carried forward . 



$ cts . 
67,765 41 



858 42 
282 00 
360 00 



69,265 83 



4,167 96 
65,097 87 



840 00 

1,081 19 

1,075 00 
155 30 
340 00 

43 00 

10 40 

43 95 

9 47 



310 84 

1,700 00 

20 00 

7 02 
5 58 



1,092 52 
133 96 

15 82 



155 15 
6,187 50 



3,872 67 

30 67 
84 00 
11 66 

486 00 

1,804 95 

310 50 

841 90 

10 65 

32 10 

637 65 



21,349 45 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q -73 



Ottawa Buildings : Lighting — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Ottawa Gas Co. — Con. 

French translators, Clarence St., 74,100 ft.; meter rent,.$3.60 

Geological museum, large meter, 125,900 ft.; meter rent, $10; Baskerville building, 1,400 

ft.; meter rent, $3.60 ... 

Ottawa Gas Go., broken periods, gas at $1.50 a M. ft. ($049.75)— 

Govt. Printing Bureau, Jan. 1-June 30, '99, 385,100 ft 

Gas Inspector's Office, Wellington St.: Apl. 1. '97- June 30, '99, 5,700 ft.; meter rent, $5.50 

National Art Gallery : July 1 to Dec. 31, 1898, 1,500 ft.; meter rent, $3. 

Langevin Block, July 1 to Nov. 30, 1898, 35,200 ft 

Street car tickets : John Cowan, 50c. ; G. A. Sparks, fitter, $2 25; Wm. Mansfield, helper 

$2.25 



Central Experimental Farm. 

Canada Atlantic Ry., freight from Buffalo on 6 brls. naphtha 

Ottawa Electric Co., 2 street lamps, 12 m. to April 30, 1899, at $85 each. 
Queen City Oil Co., Ltd., 90° gasolene, 310 5 galls, at 20c 



Rideau Hall. 

Ottawa Electric Co,, 4 street lamps in New Edinburgh on road to Rideau Hall, 12 m. to Apl, 
30, '99, at $85 each 



Sundry. 
Detailed in 1897-98, charged 1898- 99 (Page Q— 

Less -Charged to Ottawa Buildings Repairs (Page Q— 61) $ 372 27 



Toronto Public Buildings (Page Q — 53) 

1899-1900 

Ottawa Buildings Heating (Page Q— 72) 

River St. Lawreuce Ship Channel (Page Q— 35) 

Public Buildings Generally (Page Q— 57) 

Dominion Buildings (Page Q — 107) 

Ottawa Buildings Lighting, 1899-1900 



(0 00 
70 00 
282 00 
49 00 
70 00 
75 32 
1,052 87 



$ cts. 

21,349 45 

114 75 

204 55 

577 65 

14 05 

5 25 

52 80 

5 00 



13 22 

170 00 

62 10 



340 00 



4,194 70 



27,103 52 



Total carried to page Q — 3. 



Ottawa Buildings : Water, 

J. M. Leamy, services in charge of electric pumps in Govt, buildings : July 2, '98-Mar. 12, '99, 

8££ m. at $55 ; Mar. 13-June 30, '99, 3J^ in. at $65 

Ottawa City, water supply, 12 m. to June 30— 

Parliament and Departmental Buildings, $9,500; Langevin Block, $1,600; Supreme 
Court, $200 ; City Post Office and Custom House, $250 ; Geological Musuem, $200 ; 
Drill Hall, $200 ; Rideau Hall, $900 ; Fish Hatchery, $600 ; Printing Bureau, $750 ; 

Major's Hill Park, $300, as per agreement . . . 

Ottawa City, water supply to rented buildings ($467.51)-— 

Chief Astronomer's Office, 26 Wellington St.: 12m. to Sept. 1, '99, $12.82 ; arrears, $11.32 

Examining Warehouse, Egan's Block, 21 Sparks St., 12 in. to Sept. 1, '99 

French Translators, 3 Clarence St. and 461 Sussex St., 12 m. to Sept. 1, '99 

Geological Museum, Baskerville Bldg.: 12 m. to Sept. 1 '99, $18.33 ; arrears, $14.66 

Interior Dept. over Bank of Ottawa, 12 m. to Sept. 1, '99 , 

Marine and Fisheries, Molson's Bank Chambers, "Oct. 1, '97-Sept. 1, '99 

Model Room, Slater Block, Sparks St., 12 m. to Sept. 1, 'S9 

Workshop, 154 Wellington St., in building of McLean, Roger & Co., 12 m. to Sept. 1, '99 
Ottawa City, street sprinkling season 1898 ($188.40)— 

Departmental Buildings, $72.30 ; City Post Office, $4.32 

Dufferin Bridge, $22.74; Supreme Court, $9 

Slide Bridges, $15.9 i ; Excise Warehouse, Broad St., $1.08 

Government Workshop, $1 .98 ; Cartier Square, $42.96 

Fishery Exhibit, $5 . 01 ; Geological Museum, $9 . 9(5 

Cliff St. (vacant lot) $1 .20 ; French Translators, Clarence St., 18c 

No. 550 Sussex St., 78c. : Nos. 537-539 Sussex St., 99c 



2,041 46 
25,062 06 



Lf.ss : charged 1899-1900 . 
Total carried to page Q— 3. 



694 35 



14,500 00 

24 14 
36 66 
9 16 
32 99 
93 91 
91 54 
56 82 
122 32 

76 62 
31 74 
16 98 
44 94 
14 97 
1 38 
1 77 

15,850 29 
2,416 67 

13,433 62 



Q-74 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 189S-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Telephones at Ottawa : 12 in. to June 30, 1899. 

Agriculture Department — 

Offices: Minister, $35; Deputy, 6m. to Dec. 31, $17.50; Secretary, 6m. to Dec. 31, 
$17.50 ; Messengers, 6 m. to June 30, $17.50 

Houses : Deputy, in. to June 30, $17.50; Secy, to Minister, 15§ m. to June 30 $46.15 ; 

Mr. John Lowe, 12 m. to Dec. 31 '98, $30 

Auditor General's Dept. : office, $35 ; Auditor General's house, $40 

Customs Dept., offices : Commissioner, $40 ; Messenger, $40 

Dominion Police — 

Offices : East Block, $40; ext'n bell, $3 ; West Block, $10 ; Langevin Block, $10 ; Print- 
ing Bureau, $40 

Houses : Commissioner, $40 ; Inspector, $35 ($17.50 covered by payment in 1897-8, 

page Q— 80) 

Exchequer Court- 
Office of Registrar Audette 

Houses : Judge Burbidge, $35 ; Registrar Audette, $35 . . . 

Finance Department — 

Office of Deputy 

Houses : Minister, 6 m. to June 30, $17.50 ; Deputy, $35 

Geological Survey, office of Director 

House of Commons — 

Offices : Speaker, $35 ; Clerk, $35 ; Sergeant-at-Arms, $35 ; Messengers, $35 ; Journals 
Office, $35; Distributing Office, $42.50; Press Room for Sessions, 1898 and 99 $40 ; 
Printing Bureau, $42 . 50 

Houses : Clerk, $35 ; Law Clerk, $35 ; Secretary, $35 

Indian A.ffairs — 

Offices : Deputv Supt. Genl., $35 ; Secy, to Depart., 17 m. to June 30, $56.67 ; Private 
Secretary McKenna, 16 m. to June 30, $53.33 

House : Private Secretary McKenna.. 

Inland Revenue — 

Offices : Secretary, 6 m. to Dec. 31, $17.50 ; Messenger, 6 m. to June 30, $17.50 

Houses : Deputy, $35 ; Accountant, $35 ; Secretary, $30 

Interior Department — 

Office: Minister, $40; Deputy, $37.50; Private Secy., $40; Surveyor Genl., $35; Chief 
Astromomer, $40 ; Messengers, $35 ; Int'l. Bdy. Comm. observatory, $10 

Houses : Minister, $32.50 ; Deputy, $35 ; Private Secretary, $35 

Justice Department — 

Offices : Minister, $35 ; Deputy, $35 ; Solicitor General, $35 ; Messengers, $35 

Houses : Deputy, $35 ; Inspector of Penitentiaries, $30 

Library of Parliament — 

Office, Library 

Houses : I'arl. Librarian M. J. Griffin, 13m. to June 30, $37.92 ; Librarian DeCelles, $35. 
Marine and Fisheries Department — 

Offices : Minister, $35 ; Deputy, $40; Bounty Cheques Office, 17 m. to June 30, $49.60, 

Houses : Minister, $35 ; Deputy, $35.. . 

Militia and Defence- 
Offices : General, $35 ; Minister, $35 ; Inspection Room, $35 ; Drill Shed, 6 m. to June 
30, $17.50 : Messengers, $38 

Houses : General, $35 ; Minister, 16 m. to June 30, $46.68 ; Deputy, $30 ; Secy, to Dept., 
$30 ; Adj. Genl. Aylmer, $35 ; Asst. Adj. Genl. Cotton, 6 m. to June 30, $17.50. . . 

Militia Stores, Canal Basin, $35 ; bell, $4 

North-west Mounted Police — 

Offices : Comptroller, $35 ; Stores, $35 ; extra bell, $5 

House, Comptroller , . 

Post Office Department — 

Offices : Supt. Ry. Mail Service, 15g m. to June 30, $52.31 ; Secretary to P. M. G., $35 
Messengers, $35 ; City Post Office, $35 

Houses : Postmaster General, Feb. 16 to May 17 '98, $8.75; Deputy Postmaster General 
Printing and Stationery Department — 

Offices : Supt. of Printing, $35 ; Accountant, $35 ; Stationery Office, $35 

House, Superintendent of Printing 

Privy Council — 

Offices : Clerk of Council, $35 ; Secy, to Premier, $35 ; Messengers, $35 

Houses : Premier, $35 ; Clerk of Council, $35 ; Secy, to Premier, $35 ; Asst. Clerk, $35. . 

House of Hon. Mr. Dobell, 17 m. to June 30 at $40 a year 



Public Works Department — 

Offices : Deputy, $35 ; Private Secretary to Minister, $35 ; Chief Architect, 2 offices, 

$55 ; Chief Engineer, $35 ; Mechanical Superintendent, $35 ; Clerk of Works, $35 ; 

Govt, workshop, $35 ; dynamo room, $35 

Houses : Minister, 17 m. to June 30, $49,60 ; Deputy, $35 ; Chief Engineer, $35 ; Private 

Sec'y. to Minister, $35; Asst. Superintendent, $35 ; Paymaster, I. Cote, 16 m. to 

June 30, $46.66 ; Supervisor of Works, $35 ; Mr. Godwin, 10 m. to June 30, $29.17. 
Offices, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1898 : Supt. Ottawa River Works, $17.50 ; Upper Camp, $30 ; 

Lower Camp, $30 (balance of year charged to Ottawa River Works) 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



87 50 



93 65 
75 00 
80 00 


163 00 


57 50 


35 00 
70 00 


35 00 
52 50 
35 00 


300 00 
105 00 


145 00 
35 00 


35 00 
100 00 


237 50 
102 50 


140 00 
65 00 


35 00 

72 92 


124 60 
70 00 



160 50 

194 18 
39 00 

75 00 
35 00 



157 31 
43 75 

105 00 
35 00 

105 00 

140 00 

56 67 



300 00 

300 43 

77 50 



4.176 01 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-75 



Telephones at Ottawa : 12 in. to June 30, 1899 — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Railways and Canals Department — 

Offices : Deputy, $35 ; Private Secretary, $35 ; long distance phone in Secys. office, Aug 
15-June 30, $17.50 ; Messengers, $35 

Houses : Deputy, $30 ; Secretary Jones, $35 

Secretary of State Department — 

Offices : Secretary of State, $35 ; Under Secretary of State, $35 

Houses : Secretary of State, $35 ; Under Secretary of State, $40 ; Sec'y to Secretary of 

State, $35....' .' 

Senate Offices : Upper Corridor, $35 ; Lower Corridor, $35 ; extn. bell, housekeeper, $5. . 
Trade and Commerce- 
Office : waiting room 

House : Minister, 1G m. to June 30 at $35 a year 

Rideau Hall — 

Government House exchange and private lines 

Dominion Police 

Office of Clerk of Works 

Detailed in 1897-98, page Q— 81 

Agriculture, changing location P. Secys. phone 

Interior, moving Secys. inst. May and June '98 



Changes, Removals, dsc. 
Privy Council, change of equipment on desk of Secretary to Premier. 



Less— Charged to 1899-1900 . 



Ottawa Buildings : Grounds. 



'(jit- 



General repairs on grounds, 12 m. to June 30, 

Carpenter at $1 .50, Thos. Collins, 29H d 

Labourers at $1.40 : Win. Beatty, 316 3 d. ; Thos. Tompkinson, 316' d 

Labourers at $1.25 : Pr. Faubert, Aug. -June, 284^ d. ; A. Vaillancourt, July 1-Oct. 8. 
85 d. ; F. Vaillancourt, Oct. 10-Nov. 19, April 10-2J, 48 d.; J. Vaillancourt, Nov. 21 
June 30 (less 12 d. in April) 1 79 d 

Carters at $2 : C. Gagne, July 1-Nov. 19, Mar. 13-June 30, 215 d. ; S. Gagne, Nov. 21 

Mar. 11, 94 d 

Grieves, J. N., maintenance of grounds- 
Year to Jan. 31, 1899, contract $3,300 ; less detailed 1897-8 (Q— 81) $1,400 

Paid en acct. of contract $3,300 for year ending Jan, 31, 1900 : Feb. 1-June 30, '99. . 
Grieves Bros. ($254.40)— 

Plants for Senate, session 1898, attending same and changing plants when necessary 

Filling in, levelling and sodding, 760 yds. at 14c 

Filling in edges of sidewalks to protect them from frost, 3 men for 5 d. at $1.50 each 

Gravel screenings, 50 yds. at $1 .50 ; earth 55 loads at 10c. . 

Clearing away trees blown down, $5 ; cleaning closets, $5 

Chenier, C, Hull, gravel delivered on grounds, 50 yds. at $2 

Parr, J A. : lumber, 2 x 4-in. x 12 to 16-ft., sur. 4 sds., 600 ft. at $20 ; cartage, $1 

Detailed in 1897-98, (page Q— 81) charged to 1898-99 

Less— Charged to Ottawa Buildings, repairs (Page Q— 61) $ 182 45 

Ottawa Buildings, repairs, 1899-1900 159 75 

1899-1900 1,379 20 



Total, carried to page il~3 

Major's Hill Park. 

Repairs to old fence, Aug. 15 to Dec. 3, 1898 — 

Stone cutters : J. Baxter, 23 d. at $3, 398 h. at 33^c. ; W. Burrows, 7 d. at $3 ; Thos. 
Canty, 351 h. at 33ic. ; J. Dodd, 23 d. at $3, 394 h. at 33^c. ; Frank Dufrene, 382 h. 
at 33^c. ; Wm. Lachance, iWt d. at $3 ; Thos. Lavictoire, Ih d. at $3 ; Nap, Meunier. 

382 h. at 33^c. ; .). O'Donnell, 382 h. at 33*c 

Masons, days at $3 : Thos. Canty, 23 ; J. Duhamel, 26^ ; Wm. LeBlanc, 264, 

Labourers : Chas. Driscoll, 25 d. at $1.25, 382 h. at 13?,c. ; Geo. Killeen, 26£ d. at $1.25 : 

Dontal Labelle, 26^ d. at $1 .25 

Davis, T. E., under contract of Sept. 1, 1897, for maintenance of grounds, 12 m. to June 30, '99. 
Parr, J. A. : 1 x 12-in. rough, 500 ft. at $12 ; sundry lumber and cartage, $2.82 



Total, carried to page Q— 3 



$ cts. 
4,176 01 



122 50 
65 00 

70 00 

110 00 
75 00 

35 00 
46 66 

130 00 
40 00 
45 00 

466 51 

5 00 

6 68 



1 67 



5,395 03 
1,395 60 



3,999 43 



437 25 

886 06 



745 63 

618 00 

1,900 00 
1,400 00 

35 00 

106 40 

22 50 

80 50 

10 00 

100 00 

13 00 

400 97 



6,755 31 



1,721 40 



5,033 91 



963 99 
226 50 

149 93 

2,200 00 
8 82 



3,549 24 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Removing Snow at Ottawa. 

J. N. Grieves : foreman, Feb. 13-Mar. 25, 33 d. at $1.50 ; labourer, Dec. 12-Feb. 11, Mar. 27- 

April8, 57 d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1.50 : D. Boivin, 12 ; Jas. Deranev, 94 ; P. Huot, 25 ; G. Lamaree, 15. . . 
Labourers, days at $1.25 : Thos. Batterton, 3; J. Boyiie, 9^; U. Chevrier, 60|; H. Cornot, 12; 

U. Dagenais, 10 ; R. DeBeaumont, 72 ; E. Duffield, 12 ; O. Dussault, 59 ; P. W. French, 

60| ; S. Gendron, 13 ; A. Glaude, 4 ; W. M. Gr.eves, 51 ; D. Killeen, 98 ; J. Latulippe, 3; 

Geo. Leniaitre, 99 ; J. Lemay, 12i ; E. Lereque, 9^ ; A. Maccra, 12 ; P. Monahan, 78 ; E. 

Marcelais, 13; J. O'Grady, 12; M. U'Grady, 85; J. Ouellette, 12; Ant. Roy, 15; F. 

Thomas, 12 

Carters with team : Israel St. Aubin, 2 d. at $3.50 ; P. Portuguais, 89^ d. at $3 

Whelan, Thos., contract of 1898-99 for removal of snow from roads, paths, skating rinks, 

toboggan slides, &c, Rideau Hall, 

Durand, Jos., 36 wooden shovels, $41.40 ; C. P. Ry., freight on shovels, 89c 

Queen's Printer's account, $33 . 89 ; advertising, $41 

Total, carried to page Q— 3 

Rents : Ottawa and other Buildings. 

Detailed with Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, Furniture, &c (Page Q — 69) 

i. Dominion Buildings : Maintenance n Q— 107) 

,i Heating : Ottawa Buildings n Q — 72) 

Total, carried to page Q — 3 



Rideau Hall. 



Pay-lists, July 1-June 30, 1899. 



Clerk of works, W. M. Hutchison : 12 m. at $90 ; extra time preparing for and on nights of 
state dinner", balls, &c, 126 h. at 30c 

Carpenter at $2.50, George Reid, 317 d .' 

Carpenters, days at $2 : T. Ambridge, 322A ; A. Colter, 302^ ; G. Esdale, 321| ; M. Giroux, 
27H to May 27 ; N. Laflamme, 343| 

Fireman, M. West, 365 d. at $1 .25 ; carter, M. Green, 314^ d. at $2 

Labourer at $1.50, J. Siniard, 3404; d 

Labourers, days at $1.25 ; C. Banning, 276^ to May 13 ; J. Sharp, 320 ; W. Sterling, 32H 

Repairing napery, carpets, &c, Miss Sarah Maxwell, 319^ d. at $1 

Apprentice, L. Theriault, 305^ d. at $1 



Pay-lists, Broken Periods. 

Painters, days at $2 : J. Beaulne, 27 ; A. Crevier, 4i ; Nap. Dery, 136i ; P. Faucher, 106 

J. Handy, 33i ; G. Martel, 103 ; J. Randall, 26| ; M. Rourke, 37i ; H. Shea, 34 

Painter. F. Foisy," 131 d. at $1 . 60 

Bricklayer, days at $2.50 : John Biehler, 3£; A. Gono, 10 

Plasterer, A. Legault, 4 d. at $2 50 ; tinsmith, E. Loyer, \ d. at $1.75 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : J. Laurin, 38; Pierre Legault, 96 

Work in connection with Rideau Hall inventory, A. Z. Trudel, July 18-31, 1898 

Repairs to steamfitting and plumbing, Sept. 1-Oct. 31, Dec. 1-Feb. 28, for names see page 

Q-61 : 

Pay-lists, Gardeners, <ix., May 5 to June 30, 1899. 

Gardener, G. Muhlig, 57 d. at $1.65 ; forester, J. Sorley, 57 d. at $1.50 

Kitchen gardener, H. Sims, May 18 to June 30, 1899, 44 d. at $1.50 

Labourers: C. Banning, May 14 June 30, 41 d. at $1.25; J, Bonnier, 51 d. at $1.25; F. 

. Dagenais, 49 d. at $1 . 10 ; M. Dagenais, 49 d. at $1 10 ; F. Hart, 49 d. at $1 

Carter, A. Davidson, 3Sf d. at $2 



Sundry Accounts. 

Bryson, Graham & Co. : flags, 2 at $12, 2 at $17 ; felt, 27 yds. at 65c; sundries, $25.60. . . . 

Butterworth & Co.: 1 2-section top for furnace, $19.50; 5J ft. Corona bath, with N.P. 
Fuller cock, waste and overflow, $40; rolled rimmed laundry tubs, 5 at $17.60; galvzd. 
iron standards, 5 at $4.25 ; combination fittings, 5 at $3.50: No. 20 " Alaska \ stoves, 
2 at $30 ; heavy galvzd. hods, 12 at $1.25 ; large tip baths. 2 at $6.50 ; brass coal scuttles, 
4 at $7.50 ; knife cleaner, " Kent's," $50 ; labour, 160 h. at 40c; sundries, $171.19 

Charlebois, J. O., ice, 1,294 blocks at 4^c 

Cuddy & Brodeur Co., Montreal : jugs and basins, 8 at $1.40 ; brush vases, 6 at 35c; sundry 
china, $8 . 65 

Carried forward. 



cts. 



135 00 
92 25 



1,030 03 
275 50 

319 00 
42 29 
74 89 


1,968 96 


8,246 38 

9,369 60 

400 00 


18,015 98 



1,117 80 
792 49 


3,122 50 


1,084 75 
510 36 


1,147 47 
319 25 


305 50 



1,018 00 

209 60 

33 75 

10 87 

167 50 

26 00 

603 10 



179 55 
66 00 

271 80 

77 50 



101 15 



589 44 
58 23 



21 95 



11,834 56 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-77 



6 sets of li-in. at 
pulls, knobs and 



Rideau Hall — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Sundry Accounts — Concluded. 

Edwards, W. C. & Co., Ltd. ($423.94)— 

Cedar, 40 ft. of 10 x 10-in. at 124c, 502 ft. of 7 x 7-in. at 6c, 505 ft. of G x 6-in. at 4c .... 

3 x 5-in. x 13 ft., 1,025 ft. at $14", 1 x 12-in. D. 2 S., 560 ft. at .$15, 438 ft. at $14 

3-in. birch, D. 4 S., 222 ft. at $45 ; 1-in. good pine, 500 ft. at $40 

R. P. 5 x 10-in. x 16 ft., 5,333 ft. at $15 ; ^-in. bead sheathing, 500 ft. at $18 

1-in. matched : 1,000 ft. of 8-in. at $16, 1,000 ft. of 9-in. at $15, 750 ft. of 10-in. at $16, 

1,000 ft. of 10-in. at $15 

Shingles, 40 M. at $2.75; H-in. flooring, 500 ft. at $19 

Mouldings, $5.84 ; sundry lumber, &c, $24.26 ; cartage, $4.75 

Graves Bros. : picture wire, 12 bunches at 40c; Silver Lake sash cord, 4 doz. hanks at 
$2 . 50 ; finger plates, 3 pairs at $2 ; j-in. supply couplings, 12 at 50c. ; clothes baskets, 
3 at $1.20, 3 extra large at $1.30; §-in. cotton rope, 36 lbs. at 25c ; barrow wheels, 2 
at $1 50; 36-in. netting, 25 yds. at 15c; 70 gross screws, $19.85; kitchen utensils, 
$58.10 ; repairing filters and cans, $6.50 ; brass shallow socket castors 
75c, 6 sets of 1^-in. at 55c, 6 sets of 1-in. at 40c; 6 sets of f.in. at 35c 
locks, $24 . 66 ; sundry hardware, $37.77 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg. Co., Ltd., Toronto : 1^-in., 3 ply M. X. water hose, 150 
ft. at 36c; 3 sets, 1^-in. shank couplings, $3 ; 50 hose washers, $3 75 

Harris & Campbell : gold chairs, 6 at $5 ; wire back sofa in cotton, $25 ; Chesterfield sofas, 

I at $40, 1 at $35, 1 at $30 ; wire back chairs, 1 at $20, 1 at $18, 1 at $17 ; easy chairs in 
cotton, 3 at $12, 3 at $11.50 ; oak pedestal table with drawers, $16 ; chest drawers en- 
amelled white, 4 at $15 ; chest drawers, stained, 2 at $6 . 50 

Hickey, Sorley & Sims, contract of Aug. 26, 1897, for $2,340 a year for care of grounds, 
conservatories and gardens : July 1, 1898 to May 4, 1899 

Howe, J. G. : ingrain wall paper, 20 rolls at 60c, 16 at 50c, 54 at 30c; wall paper for Rideau 
Cottage, 20 rolls at 40c, 16 rolls at 30c; Japanese paper, 9^ yds. at $1.75; best Vene- 
tian red mixed paint, 43 galls, at $1.25; colours, 18 lbs. at 25c; Paris green, 30 lbs. at 
28c; pure orange shellac, 2 galls, at $3; meth. spirits, 2 galls, at $2.50; 3 sash tools, 
$1 .05 ; express, $1 .75 

Ives, H. R. & Co., Hamilton : 1 set grate bars, for No. 18 Buffalo boiler 

Kay, John, Son & Co., Toronto : green brocade, 64gyds. at$l .50 ; mode sateen, 65 yds. at 50c 

King, Wm., street car tickets for plumbers, gasfitters, &c, May 5, 1898-June 30, 1899 

Lawson, Thos. : grates, bars, plates, &c, for stoves, 418 lbs. at 4c 

Marshall & Fudge, cleaning: carpets, 1,302 yds. at 4c; 9 wool squares, $6 ; 7 rugs and mats, 
$3.15 ; 25 yds. felt, $1 

Morgan, Henry & Cc, Montreal : tapestry carpet, 78^ yds. at 855C.; making, 78^ yds. at 6c 

Murphy, J. J.; re-tinning copper kitchen utensils, 1,499 inches at 10c ; re- bottoming and 
repairing taps on 9 tea and coffee urns, $5 . 75 ; repairing 19 moulds and 1 fish boiler, $3 . 35 . 

McAllen, Robt. : 5-in. 3-ply hose, 75 ft. at 15c; lawn mower, $6; garden implements, $37.95; 
25 gross wood screws, $6 . 65 ; sundry hardware, $5 . 78 

McCullough, G. W.: 250 fire bricks, $4.50; fire clay, 2 bags at $2.50; 1 brl. Burhain 
cement, $2 . 95 ; cartage, 90c 

Reid, Geo., carpenter on Rideau Hall pay-list — 

Detailed in 1897-98 (page Q— 42) travel to Aug. 8 

Cabs and ferries, Quebec and Levis : Sept. 1, 53c, Sept. 13, 83c. . 

Board at Quebec, paid to M. Hinchey : Aug. 9-Sept. 1, Sept. 13-30 : 40 d. at $1.50 

Board at New Richmond, paid to Mrs. Eva Gilker : Sept. 2-12, 1898. 10 d. at $1.50 

Board on road, 2 d. in Aug. -Sept., 1898 at $1.50 

Advance for travel, June 10, 1899 ' 

Ross Co., C: pile carpet, 565 yds. at $1.75; paper, 500 yds. at 3c; tapestry carpet, 20§ yds. 
at 69c; velvet carpet, 32| yds. at $1.35; making, &c. 26| yds. of tapestry at 6c?, 32| 
yds. of velvpt at 10c; holland, 10 yds. at 40c, 27* at 36c, 30 at 35c, 30 at 23c; curtains, 

II pairs at $3.50; cocoa mat, $12.75; sundries, $18.83 

Sherwood, S., ploughing potato field, 3 d. at $3.50 

Stephen Bros.: carminette, 15 lbs. at $1 ; white lead, 200 lbs. at 6c; crimson lake, 18 lbs. 

at $1.50 ; whiting, 1,008 lbs. at lc; white fish glue, 20 lbs. at 25c; pure shellac, 4 galls. 

at $2.50 ; kalsomine brushes, 2 at $3.50 ; sundry colours, brushes, putty, &c, $61.34 . . . 

Victoria Foundry Co. : 8 cast plates for range, 864 lbs. at 4c; cartage, 75c 

Cab-hire of officials to Rideau Hall ($16. 00)— 

Paying employees : I. Cote, 7 trips at $1 ; J.B.St. Laurent, jun., 7 trips at $1 ; Deputy 

minister and chief architect, 2 hours 

Payments under $10: street car fares of officials to Rideau Hall, $1.75; freight, $1.85; 

lifting hydrant, $6.20 ; octagon clock, $5.50; 3 light comb, fixtures, $0.50; smith-work, 

$7.55 ; spar varnish, h gall, at $6 ; putty, 25 lbs*, at 3c; carbolic acid, 4 bottles at 20c; 

Gillet'8 lye, 6 boxes at 10c; sundry acids and powders, $1 .10 

Advertising 

Lkss charged to 1899 -1000 

Total carried to page Q- 3 



38 60 

23 90 

17,162 13 

170 4(1 

16,9M 7:5 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Rideau Hall : Fuel and Light Allowance. 

Earl of Aberdeen, allowance in place of fuel and light, July 1-Nov. 12, 1898 at $8,000 a year 

Earl of Minto, allowance in place of fuel and light, Nov. 13, 1^98-June 30, 1899 at $8,000 a 

year 



Total carried to page Q — 3 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance. 

Amherst, N.S., Public Building ($2,009.56)— 

Caretaker, James Morrison, 12 m. to June 30 

Acadia Coal Co., lump coal, 70 tons at $2 . 77 

Cameron, C. S. : uph. office chair, $9 ; 1 office chair, $5.75 ; 3 chairs at $1.50; 1 office 

stool, $4.50 

Canada Electric Co. : 11 m. to April 30, 1899, 18 lights, 287 nights at 4c. each; arc 

lights, $73.37 

Lusby, C. A. & Co. : lead pine, $2 40 ; carpenter work and plumbing, $7.50 

Ralston, B. W. & < o. : hardwood, 4 cords at $3.50 ; softwood, 2 cords at $2; oil, 423 

galls, at 20c. ; wick and flues, 54c \ 

Silliker, C. J. : sidewalks and retaining wall contract, $750 ; pointing chimney and 

pediments in cement, 400 yds. at 25c. ; fire escape from attic, 26 ft. ladder at $1.50 ; 

2 double gates, 9 x 6 ft. each, $30 ; 4 stone steps to crossings, 2 toise masonry, $30 ; 

resetting and pointing 3 sets steps, $25 ; 3-in. plank gangway to gate, $10 ; gutter 

pipe, $10 ; plumbing, 10 d. at $2 ; sundry repairs, $41 

Town of Amherst, water rates, 1 y. to Oct. 1, 1899 



$ cts. 
2,942 46 
5,057 54 
8,000 00 



.Annapolis Public Building ($722.04)— 

Caretaker, John McKay, 12 m. to June 30 

Burchell Bros., screened coal, 40 26 tons at $3. 50 

Hardwick, K. W., repairs, $7.63 ; O'Dell, Elec. Co., lights, 9 m. to Eeb. 28, 1899. $110.22 
Pickells & Mills : 50 ft. hose, $6 ; plank, $3.50 ; 1 cord wood, $2 ; hardware, $11.78. .. . 
Town of Annapolis Royal, water rates, 1 y. to Dec. 1, 1899 



Antigonish Public Building ($752.15)— 

Caretaker, Angus McDonald, 12 m. to June 30 ' 

Acadia Coal Co., lump coal, 26 4 tons at $2 . 86 

McCurdy & Co. : Electric lighting, April 18 to July 1 and Sept. 1 to Mar. 1, 1899, 8*4 m 

at $62.20 per y., $43.51 ; 1 lamp, 35c. ; 4 globes at 35c 

McDonald, John, painting contract 

Town of Antigonish, water rates, 12 m. to Nov. 30 , 

Carpenter work, $12.37 ; 1 revolving chair, $3.75 ; kindling wood, $3.75 ; cleaning, $3 ; 

supplies, $2 79 ; freight, 70c 



Arichat Public Building ($265.82)— 

LeBlanc Isidore, anthracite coal, 20 tons at $7 

Repairs to Post Office ($117.82)— 

Foreman, John Sutherland, 18 d. at $2 

Carpenters days at $1 .50 ; James Ferrier, 14^ ; Danl. A. Forest, 14 

Andrew, Geo. J., hardware $14.63 ; LeBrun, Jno., lumber, $12.81 

Sundry lumber $11 . 63 ; 2 cords hardwood $8 

Baddeck Public Building ($401.98)— 

Caretakers, Alex. S. McDonald, 6 m. to Dec. 31, $100.02; McKenzie, D. F., 6 m. to 

June 30, $100.02 

Barrington, J. G., plumbing, $4 ; Burchill Bros., screened coal, 30 tons at $3 

Millidge, E. G., travel from Whycocomagh and return 

McKay & Co. : oil, 132 64 galls, at 25c. ; shades, $9.30 ; sundry repairs, $35.27 

Sweet & Co., Antigonish : plumbing, 4 d. at $3 ; travel, $12 .71. 

Dartmouth Public Building ($524.90)— 

Caretaker, I. C. Henley, 12 m. to June 30 

Dartmouth Gas and Electric Light Co., 20 lights for P. O., 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1899 . . . 
. Griffin, John L. : 6, 32 c. p. lamps at 42c. ; 6 at 40c. ; 24, 16 c. p. lamps at 32c. ; 1 switch 

50c 

Ritchie & Co., smoke pipe &c, $10.50 ; Roche, Win., Albion lump coal, 22 03 net tons 

at $2. 49 

Short & Conrod, repairs to post office 

Town of Dartmouth, water rates, 18 m. to Nov. 1, 1899 

Work on sashes, $5 ; slabs, $2.25 ; hauling ashes, $2 ; oil and chimneys, $1.65 

Halifax A. R. G. Office ($1,333.37)- 

Hillis & Son, foundry work, $10.05 ; I. C. Coal Co., stove coal, 7 tons at $4.60 

Peoples Heat and Light Co., gas : 11 m. to May 1, 1899, 27,700 ft. at $1 .50 

Roche, Wm., Albion lump coal, 8 tons at $2.49 

Y. M. C. A., Halifax : water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1898, $17.40; rent of offices, 12 m 

to April 30 1899, $1,200 

Repairs, $6.50 ; coal, $3.75 ; kindling wood, $2 

Carried forward.. 



400 00 
193 90 

23 75 

280 01 
9 90 

27 00 



1,055 00 
20 00 



400 00 

140 91 

117 85 

23 28 

40 00 


400 00 
75 53 


45 26 

195 00 

10 00 



26 36 



140 00 



36 00 
42 75 
27 44 
19 63 


200 04 

94 00 

5 50 

77 73 

24 71 


250 00 
120 00 


13 10 


65 35 
30 00 
35 55 
10 90 


42 25 
41 55 
19 92 


1,217 40 
12 25 



6,009 82 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-79 



Do in in ion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Halifax Dominion Building ($6,963.26) - 

Engineer, Richd. Power, 12 in. to June 30 

Fireman, John Powell, Oct. 1 to May 15, 7' 484 m. at $50 

Watchman. W. H. Gray, 12 m. to June 30 

Caretaker, Jas. F. Sullivan, 12 m. to June 30 

Anderson, Alex. : carpenter work, 93 hrs. at 25c. ; birch flooring, 200 ft., $9 ; hardware, 

$6.94 ; truckage, 40c 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co., premium on policy No. 1,140 to July 1, 1899. 

Bowen, Mrs. Mary, cleaning customs parcel-post room, 11 in. to June 1 jit $4 per m. . 

Crawley, Timothy : cleaning walls and windows, $10.50 ; shovelling snow, 90c 

Cullen, G. M., & Co.: painting and varnishing letter boxes, 30 boxes at $1.50 ; painting, 

$40 ; cleaning office windows, 49 at 25c; glazing, $10.25; lettering office doors, $5. . . 

Davis, Charles W., repairs to P. O. boxes, keys, locks, &c , 

Fraser, W., & Son, repairs to office furniture 

Graham & Pickles : 212 10 c. p. lamps at 24c; 50 8 c p. lamps, $12 ; changing and adding 

lights in P. O., $10 

Halifax Auer Light Co., rent of 2 lights for -July, 1898, at $1.50 per annum each 

Halifax City, water rates for Dotn. building-, m. to Nov. 1, 1899 

Halifax City : water rates for post office elevator, 12 m. to Apl. 5, 1899, 547,500 M. galls. 

at 14r,c ; meter rent, $10 ... 

Halifax Elec Tramway Co., lighting post office, contract, 6 m. to June 30, 1898 

Halifax Flee. Tramway Co., m. to Mar. 31, 1899, 1M,439,000 M. watt hours at 10c 

Harris, Mrs. Pauline, cleaning offices, $32.50 ; Keefe, M. E., repg. furnace, $14.80 

Lauzon, Charles, whitewashing, &c, as per tender 



Longard Bros. : fitting new wire rope in P. O. elevator, $25; 2 leather valves for piston 

at $0.75 each ; W. I. tubing, 250 ft., $17 ; sheet copper, 42 lbs. at 25c ; plumbing, 

37 46 d. at $4, ll£ d. at $3; labour, $2.60 ; sundry material, $+3.60; truckage, 50c. . 

Mackenzie, W. A.: making book case in P. O. bldg., $27.50 ; sundry repairs, $49.83 

Mansley, Thos., cleaning offices, 12 m. to June 1, 1899 at $17 per m 

McGrath, Michael, removing ashes, 60 loads at 40c . . . ' 

People's Heat and Light Co.: gas, June, July and Sept., 52,800 ft. at $1.50 ; Oct.-Nov. 

Jan.-April, 5,200 ft. at $1 ; 1 ton crushed coal, $3.50 

Roche, Win., Albion lump coal, 232 321 tons at $2.49 

Washing windows, $12 ; foundry work, $5 ; lamp reflectors, $5 ; window screens, $6 ; 

hardware, $4.70 ; scrubbing, $3 ; sundry, $12.38 

Halifax Drill Hall ($501.78)— 

Campbell, D. H., 3 brooms at 25c ; Cunard Co.: coal, 4 tons at $4.80 ; labour, 60c 

People's Heat and Light Co., coke, 13 tons at $3.25 

Robertson, Wm., & Son : 1-in. rubber belting wire, 50 ft. at 60c; wheelbarrow, $5.50; 

hardware, $9.48 

Roche, Wm. : furnace coal, 4 '419 tons at $5.39 ; 20 tons at $4.80 ; broken coal, 30 tons at 

$4.80 ; labour, $4.95 

Warner, Edward : egg coal, 25 "05 tons at $4.80 ; labour, $5 

Halifax, Engineer Dodwell s Office ($302)— 

Roy, James E.: rent of offices, 12 m. to May 1, 1899, $350 ; electric light, $12 

Halifax Examining Warehouse ($1,941.89)— 

Caretaker, Martin O'Neil, 3 m. to Sept. 30 at $29.16, 9 m. to June 30 at $400 per an 

Campbell, D. H. : 1 box soap, $4.50 ; kindling, $2 ; brushes, $1.55 ; brooms, $1.50 ; 

barrels, $1.20 ; matches, 80c 

Halifax City, water power for elevators, 12 m. to Apl. 6, 1899, 584,750 galls, at 14JjC.; 

meter rent, $10 

Kenned}*, Mrs. Ellen, cleaning appraiser's office, 11 m. to June 1 at $10 

Longard Bros.: fitting new waste pipe, and tap to sink, $8 ; repairs to elevator, $24.60. . 
McKenzie, W. A.: laying spruce floor in cellar, appraiser's office, $40; repg. floor, $1.42; 

2 spruce plank hatches, $3 ; hardwood run for sidewalk, $9.75 ; 2 office cases, $9.75. . 
Peoples' Heat and Light Co., gas, 11 m. to June 1, 1899, 21,900 ft. at $1.50 per M. ft. . 

Power, Mrs. Isabel, scrubbing and cleaning offices, 12 m. to June 30 at $6 

Roche, Wm., Albion lump coal, 48 694 tons at $2.49 

Walker, James, renc of appraiser's building, 12 m. to July 1. 1899 

Carting ashes, $8.20 ; glazing, $3.50 ; 1 office stool, $3.75 ... .' 

Halifax Immigrant Building ($1,228.22)— 

Fireman, John Oxley, 12 m. to June 30 

Canadian Gen. Elec. Co.: 36-D. G. D. P. glass ins., $1.50 ; blocks, 90c 

Halifax Elec Tramway Co., electric light, 9 m. to Mch. 31, 1899 : 698,000 watt hours at 

12c, a M. 3,037,000 at 10c 

Roche, Wm., Albion, lump coal : 94 '934 tons at $2.29 ; 1 ton stove coal, $5.25 

2 tons stove coal, $9.20 ; sweeping flues, &c, $3 ; 1 ton coke, $3.50 

Halifax Quarantine station ($39.00) — 

Acadia coal, 13 tons at $3 ... 

Lunenburg Public Building ($1,026.80)— 

Caretaker, J. E. Hebb, 12 m. to June 30 

Kenna, James, Anthracite coal, 27 tons at $7 per ton 

Lunenburg Gas Co. : light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1899, $169 ; lamps, $2.95 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
6,009 82 



750 00 
374 20 
468 00 
400 00 

39 59 
20 00 
44 00 
11 40 

112 50 

57 75 

105 55 

72 88 

25 

250 U0 

89 39 

934 71 

1,843 90 

47 30 

25 00 



297 05 
77 33 

204 00 
24 00 

87 90 

578 48 

48 08 

20 55 
42 25 

44 98 

268 76 
125 24 

362 00 

387 49 

11 55 

94 78 

110 00 

32 60 

63 92 
32 85 
72 00 
121 25 
1,000 00 
15 45 

600 00 
2 41 

387 46 

222 65 

15 70 

39 00 

300 00 
189 00 
171 95 



17,706 92 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Lunenburg Public Building— Con. 

Lunenburg Water Co., water rates, 12 m. to June 30 

Miller, Daniel : painting, contract, $80 ; glass, putty, &c, $2.35 

Powers, Frank : plumbing, contract, $90 ; sundry repairs, $23.34 

Rafuse, George, trenching and pointing wall with cement 

Ross, P. H.: sundry supplies, $10.80 ; Wamboldt, L. E., g-in. hose and couplings, $33.20 

Young, John B., 2 cords wood, sawed and split 

Ton Anth. coal, $0.50 ; 2 grates, $7.98 ; carpentering, $6 ; hardware, $2.32 ; freight, $2.30 
New Glasgow Public Building ($1,338.91)- 

Caretaker, D. McDonald, 12 m. to June 30 

Acadia Coal Co., lump coal, 67'2 tons at $2.14. 

Forbes, Dan., pointing: gate posts, $3; retaining wall, $10 ; out-building, $12 ; main 

building, $360 

Gurney-Massey Co., freight on boiler, 6,500 lbs. at 39c 

MacGregor & Co.: oil, 43 '56 galls, at 21c; wash tub, $1.75 ; soap, 40c 

McKinnon, C. J. : Am. oil, 41 galls, at 21c. ; sundries, $7.71 

New Glasgow Elec. Co.: light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1899, $238 64 ; 217 arcs at 45c. : 

" town, water rates, 12 m. to Dec. 1, 1899 

Wadden, C. E. : Elec. lamps, 30 at 35c. ; 1 key s cket, 25c 

Removing safe, $4; plumbing, $3.10; kindling wood, $3 

North Sydney Public Building ($864.39)- 

Caretaker, Alex. Green, 12 m. to June 30 

Burchell Bros., screened coal, 45 tons at $2.50 . . 

Gurney-Massey Co., section for No. 4 soft coal boiler. 

North Sydney Elec. Lt. Co., light, 12 m. to March 31, 1899 

North Sydney Town, water rates, 12 m. to June 30 

Shean, R. & Co. : furnace pipe, &c, $14 ; sundry repairs, $2.90 

Thompson, A. C. & Co.: putting new grates in P.O. boilers, 2 at $7.50 ; glass, $3.25; 

sundries, $8.49 

Hard wood, $4 ; kerosene oil, $3.75 ; sundries, $1.50 

Pictou Custom-house ($1,069.61)— 

Acadia Coal Co., lump coal, 47"034 tons at $2.34 

Cameron, E.: plastering ceiling, $2.25 ; tinsmithing, $9.20 ■ 

Murray, John, repairs to brick work on custom-house, $35 ; to slate roof, $3 

McKean, Albert, laying office floor, repairing windows, &c, contract 

Pictou Gas Light Co.: gas, 5,900 c. ft. at $2.50 ; meter rent, $5.20 

Venoit, Stephen: cleaning, repairing plaster and floors, kalsomining, graining, &c, con- 
tract, $635; painting, &c, Custom-h^use, $65; whitewashing, painting, &c, 

weights and measures office, $30 

Putting up and taking down storm windows, $10 ; sundry supplies, $8.79 ; wood, $2.40 ; 

paper, $2 ; hardware, $1.96 

Pictou Post Office ($701.28)— 

Caretaker, James Arbuckle, 7 m. to Jan. 31, at $300, 5 m. to June 30, at $350 

Acadia Coal Co., lump coal, 336 tons at $2.34 

Cameron E. , tinsmith work 

O'Brien, John, supplying water, from Nov. 1, 1897, to Nov. 1, 1898, 31 casks at 35c 

Patterson, D., sundry supplies 

Pictou Gas Light Co., gas, 86,400 c. ft. at $2. 50 , 

Stalker, John A. & Co.: window shades, assorted, $27.60 ; putting up, $1.25 

Work on storm windows, $10; 8 loads split wood, $4.80; glaziag, $3; sweeping chim 

neys, $2 ; hardware, $2 . 66 

Sydney Public Building ($1,041.58)— 

Caretaker, L. Keefe, 1 2 m. to June 30 

Andrews, Wm. H., work on windows and doors, $8 ; carpentry repairs, $22.80 ... 

Cape Breton Foundry Co.: placing new radiator, $35 ; repairing furnace, $14.12 

Matheson, Townsend & Co.: oil, 36 galls, at 25c; electric lamps, 20 at 35c; soap, $2.28; 

brooms, $2.63 ; sundries, $1 .87 

Office Specialty M'f'g. Co., bag rack, style " E." for 44 bags. . . . 

Routledge, C. F., reserve of mine coal, 60i tons at $2.25 

Sydney Gas & Electric Light Co., 12 m~ to April 1, 1899 : 1,701,000 ft. at 16£c.; meter 

rent, $5.40 

Town of Sydney, water supply, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Woods, James \V., Dominion flag, 12 ft 

Repairs, $6 44; masonrv, $6; plumbing, $6.23; glazing, &c, $5.35; truckage, $5.68. 
Truro Public Building ($870.50)- 

Caretaker, Alex. Smith, 12 m. to June 30 

Acadia Coal Co , lump coal, 45 tons at $2 . 70 

Chambers Electric Light Co.: 12 m. to March 31, 1899: custom-house, $14.24; Ex 

warehouse, $9.39 ; post office, $129 ; janitor's room, $26 ; 1 arc light, $100 

Dexter. F. & Co., plumbing. $10.74 ; Hutson, W. D., expenses while examining P. O. 

roof, $12.98. .. 

Ellis, J. H., travelling expenses, Windsor to Truro and return, Oct., 1898. 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
17,706 92 



59 00 
82 35 
113 34 
30 00 
44 00 
12 00 
25 16 

300 00 
143 80 

385 00 

25 35 
11 30 
16 32 

336 29 

100 00 

10 75 

10 10 

350 00 
112 50 

11 00 
316 00 

22 00 
16 90 

26 74 
9 25 

110 06 
11 45 
38 00 

135 00 
19 95 



730 00 
25 15 

320 82 
78 62 
10 95 
10 85 
12 73 

216 00 
28 85 

22 46 



350 00 
30 80 
49 12 

22 78 
110 00 
136 13 

281 80 
20 00 
11 25 
29 70 

300 00 
121 50 

278 63 

23 72 

5 48 



23, SI 7 87 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q- 81 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance- Continued. 

Brought forward 



Truro Public Building— Con. 

• Jewell, Stewart, cleaning W. C's., $10- Snenpp™ Tumor a t 

129.45 ' ° pencers ' lurne r & Logan, repairs to furniture, 

Walker & Hanson : iinoleum! .34' vnV '*>.' in 'sV.' 'tO:-- ' a.'l '^~ ~ ' '-• *, 

1 box soap, 



u| m.76,, **,«£*& 2A*&&' ^^'^ W-'i 

Albion coal, ° 



oal, 3 tons, |9 75; cut wood, $7.50; cleaning,' &c.; $5 
b., Public Building ($297.89)- 
r, J A. Mosher, Feb. 16- June 30, 1899, at $400 per a 



per annum 



Windsor, N. 

Caretaker, 

Acadia Coal Co., lu np coal, 44 8 

Cosman, MB.: ,2 gal v. pails, 65c; scrub brushes, '$1.27 

Windsor Electric Light Co., light, Nov 17-Dec 31 I 18Q8 

N annouth Public Building ($1,340 76^- ' 898 

Caretaker, Robt. Spears, 12 m. to June 30 

Boyd, John, painting, 10A d. at $2 

§™?^^ 

d ' n lTl 2" 'I & Co - ' re P airs to fomaces, &c . 

Trafrv N e i larS : • m , aSOn Z**t 21 ° hrs - at 25c ' '> material", $3 .' ' 

1 retry, ^. R., painting, 10 7 d. at $2. ' 

Yarmouth Gas Light Co., 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1899, 203 600 It ' at '%9 

liUmber, $9.38 ; sundry repairs, &c, $9 94 

OnarJottetown Public Building (S3, 838 75)— 
Engineer, Wm. J. Eraser, 12 m ^ ' 



June 30, $450.. " t0 Jime 3 °' U °° ' messenger, M. A. Allan, 12 m. fa 
^^u^So'^O^ 1 ^' 12m - t0 ' J ^ 30 ' ^dj watchinan, Angus McKenzie; 12 m . 
PjK&f T 68 ^P 2° : disinf - fluid ' & i toilet paper, $10 ■'sundries ' $l'so 

Ch t nt$3T5 Lt ; Co :; . gas ' 12 m - to June *■ 1899 ' *w* {^^wgobeLiiv meter 

Charlottetown Water C( 



v^uu^wwu vv aier commissioners, water rates, 9 m to Jimp 30 

1.5 at zoc, 3 at 35c; new locks, 22 at $1.50. 



2 at 81. 25 



±iarns, L. W., plumbing, time and material 

uZfck T tf P i t n ng UP Win of P ° rches and covering steps 
iviynck, J. H., & Co.: soan. 2 ioyps at «fi ^n q i™„ * 4. mfe 



S^? fel at ^3, 3 boxes at ^ 5 Varies, 817.30. 



Peake Bros. & Co, hard coal, 608 tons at $4 50: screened co^oT^"^ at' $2 43 

wash basins &c, $30; 1 radiator and fitting up! 
fashes; $6; '^^^^iXT^S^^^ & ^ ^ 



SteM 2, r A t ' Bruce & Ca: repairs to heater 

; gra u e ba 4 rs ' 780 . lb ?- at 3c; castings, 75 lbs. 



barrow, $5 :' repairs, $2^90'; Irei^ht eoT™* ^ ^ 5 ° '> P himbi ^^.60; iWheel- 
Charlottetown Resident Engineer's Office ($200 00)— 

.ta&asfe.r »-. » ~ * *- 30 . 

Caretaker, Wm. Gillis, 12 m. to June 30 



wl K htmlS D r° naId ' erectin f fla ^taff, with fixtuVes', &c',' contract' 

tuXr^, "lo^'. 12 ' 58 ^ at $3 ' 25 ; k -sene'oii;-414'g a ll s ;- at 2 5c . 



Woods, James W.,' 1 Dominion ensign, No. 1 
Summerside Public Building ($825 51)- 

o?[!lf k ^V An ^ us MacSween, 12 m. to June 30. 



?q?k R - T ' : anthra ° lte e %8 c «al, 354 tons at $5.55 ; softwood U 
$9.75; rope mats, 6 at 70c: sundries. $13 95 *»onwood, 1, 



Johnston, Thoma 



material, $8.25 

" cords at $3; carpet 



Kenna, A£^a. SRStaS/SaT ^ ; *-»ittfai" fe*> 



fe».>& ife^ * *£ '30 ai-.S9.59 , . 32 e. , ,a m , 

Ixratf hnra fr^ V»,m"1,„. C- i on . 1 ,^21. 



Grate bars for boiler, $4.20; sundry, $9.70 

Bathurst Public Building ($1,055.98)- 

Caretaker, Jas A Melanson, 12 m. to June 30. 

Ache, Pierre J., wood, 5 cords at $2. 50.. ' 

£ane, John: repairing furnace boiler, $12; repairs 'to p'o" safe «K 

Melanson, Samuel : Am. nil *n <r*u« Z. o^ in _ ^ r \ Y' &at ?' **?■•• • 



50c. 






1— 6q 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
23,817 87 

3!> 45 



79 47 


22 25 


148 80 


140 22 


1 92 


6 95 


400 00 


21 00 


36 35 


23 85 


14 09 


235 00 


n 05 


55 50 


21 40 


407 20 


72 00 


19 32 



850 00 

850 00 
17 80 

1,059 37 
168 75 

48 78 



208 25 
28 42 
12 00 
48 30 

434 08 

89 40 

23 60 

200 00 

160 00 
12 00 

64 22 
15 00 

400 00 

1!' ::, 

228 87 
10 85 
30 15 

105 99 

16 00 
13 90 

400 00 
50 00 
12 50 

17 00 
28 ^ 

308 76 

223 50 

16 00 



3l.77:» 15 



Q-82 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 18W-09. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Carleton, N.B., Public Building (§315.59)- 

Caretaker, J. R. Reid, 12 m. to June 30 

Carleton Elec. Lt. Co. : 6 m. to Jan. 1, 1899, $75 ; 2 16 c. p. lamps, 70c 

Clark, D. W., & Sons : electric light, 6 m. to July 1, 1899, .$75; 1 16 c. p. lamp, 35c 

St. John City, water, Sept. 26, 1898, to May 1, 1899 

Starr, R. P. & W. P., nut coal, 8'576 tons at $4.60 

Covering chimney in P. O., $4.50; painting, &c, $3 35; hardwood, $2.25; soft wood, $2. 
Chatham, N.B., Public Building ($884.78)— 

Caretaker, Chs Johnston, 12 m. to June 30 

Call R. R.: anthracite egg coal, 35786 tons at $6.85 ; round coal, 10*594 tons at $4.50 . 

Chatham Elec. Lt. Co., lighting, 12 m. to Mch. 31, 1899 

Ellis, J. H., travel, Windsor, N.S., to Chatham and return, Oct., 1898 

Mow'att, James, assisting in putting up storm windows ... 

McAvity, T., & Sons : force pump, $14 ; 150 ft. 1-in. 3-ply rubber hose, $30.30 ; valves, 

2 at $1.40 ; freight, 50c 

Watt, George : dry wood, $4 ; brooms, $3 ; sundries, $10.31 • 

Winslow, Warren C, legal services re Queen vs. Brobecker, for ejectment 

Dalhousie Public Building ($614.72)— 

Caretaker. Wm. Gould, 12 m. to June 30 

McDonald, D. : oil, 84 galls, at 23c. ; wood, $2.50 ; hardware, $4.14 

Powell, Charles : hard coal, 19 '86 tons at $6.90 ; bituminous coal, 8 "18 tons at $4.80 . . . 

Expansion tank, $4 ; chemicals, $1.25 ; repairs, $4.50 ; freight, $2.75 

Eredericton Public Building ($1,331.94)— 

Caretaker, James Perkins, 12 m. to June 30 

Clarke, H. M. : 600 ft. hemlock, $4.20 ; # hardware, $2.22 ; labour, $4.38; cartage, 20c. . . 

Edgecombe, Wm. J., varnishing and painting letter boxes, 14 at $1.85 

Fredericton City, water rates, 12 mos. to Nov. 1, 1899 

Eredericton Gas Lt. Co. : gas, 9 m. to Feb. 1, 1899, 148,200 ft. at $2.70 per M. ; meter 

rent, 84c. ; 1 arc light, 11 m. to May 1, 1899, 283 nights at 30c 

Kitchen & Shea, repairing slate roof, contract 

McKay, Wm., grading and gravelling grounds, contract 

Seely, Robert : chestnut coal, 5962 tons at $5.82 ; broken coal,- 37 "55 tons at $5.69 

Wood, $5 ; ri- moving storm windows, $3 ; hardware, $4.80 

Moncton Public Building ($1,133.73)— 

Caretaker, E. B. Hicks, 12 m. to June 30 

Acadia Coal Co., lump coal, 62966 tons at $2.95 

Hicks, E. B., repairs to P. O. boxes, drawers, locks, &c 

Moncton Water and Lt. Co. ($162.48)— 

Gas : 11 m. to May 1st, 1899, 43,200 ft. at $2 ; 151,300 ft. at $1.60 

Water, 12 m. to Sept. 1, 1899 

Robertson & Givan : steel flag halyards, 110 ft. at 3c. ; 12 brooms, $3 ; sundries, $15.25 . 

Rowe, C. O. : 50 ft. hose, f-in., $15.50 ; plumbing, $10.71 , 

Soft wood, 3 cords, $9 ; repairing roof, &c, $5 ; putting on sashes, $4.50 ; painting letter 

boxes, $4 ; tinsmithing, $1 ; repg. clock, $2 

Newcastle Public Building ($894.03)— 

Caretaker, Patrick Keating, 12 m. to June 30 

Call, R. R. : gas, 12 m. to Mch. 31, 65,400 ft. at $3 ; egg coal, 25332 tons at $6.70 

'round coal, 20' 574 tons at $4.50 

Masson, Frank : labour on P. O. roof, \\ d - at $ 2 - 50 '■> material, $1.25 

Sundry supplies, $13.20 ; paint, putty, &c, $3.82 ; work on roof, $6 



Portland Post Office ($294.54)— 

Ferguson, John : renewing gravel strips, chimney boxes, &c, $21.10 ; carpentry, $10.23 

St. John City, water rates, Sept. 26, 1898, to May 1, 1899 

St. John Railway Co. : electric lights, 9 m. to Feb. 1, 1899, 28,500 ft. at $1.75; meter 

rent, 90c : ,. 

Starr, R. P., & W. F., nut coal, 64 tons at $4.60 

Thomas, W. J., general repairs on roof of post office 

de Bury, R. Visart, ground rent of P. O., 1 y. to May 1, 1899 . . . . 

Wood,'$8.75 ; scrubbing, $1 : 



St. John Custom-house ($4,858.23)— 

Engineer, NT. J. Morrison, 12 m. to June 30 

Fireman, Christopher White, 12 m. to June 30 

Caretaker, Jas. A. Paul, 12 m. to June 30 . . 

Boiler Inspection Co., premium on policy No. 5132, to July 1, 1899 

Feltham, Eliza, scrubbing and cleaning offices, &c, 1064 days at $1 

Ferguson, John : repairing 12 sashes, $17 ; cutting around pedestal, $3.49 ; repg. doors 

$2.50 

Fitzgerald, Richard : washing windows, 332at 60c, 279 at 50c; 67 at 40c; pulley, 20c 

Flood, John, repairs to furnaces 

Haley Bros. & Co., mantel, grate, hearth, &c, contract 



Carried forward . 



31,775 15 



39,732 47 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-83 



Dominion Building* : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



St. 



John Custom-house — Con. 

McAvity & Sons : 1 pr. butts, $7 ; iron castings, 230 lbs. at 3c. ; 1 closet bowl and fitting, 
$6.75 ; 2 doz. radiator air valves, $5 ; locks and balls, 4 at .$1.25 ; Yale lock, $4.50 ; 
red lead, 50 lbs. at 8c; English verm., 4 lbs. at $1 ; Japan varnish, $3.55 ; feather 
dusters, 2 at $1.50 ; brushes, $5.40 ; brooms, $2.25 ; hardware, $35.32 

Porter, John, hauling ashes, 142 loads at 20c 

Pullen, James H.: varnishing and painting doors, contract, $47; glass and glazing, $2.50 

St. John City ($544.78)— 

Water supply, 12 m. to May 1, 1899, 3,265,200 galls, at lie; meter rent, $33 

Rent of water lots, Nos. 22, 23 and 24, in Dukes Ward, 1 y. to July 1, 1899 

St. John Foundry : ash pan casting, 745 lbs. at 2c; pattern, $5 

St. John Railway Co.: electric light, 9 m. to Feb. 1, 1899, 9,600 x {h constant) watts at 

13k.; meter rent, $1.89 ; gas, 9 m. to Feb. 1, 1899, 186,300 ft. at $1.75 ; meter rent, 

$3."60 

Stack, George, shovelling snow, 187^ h. at 17c 

Starr, R. & W.: furnace coal, 24" 83 tons at $5.25 ; 472 tons at $4.60 ; 260 13 tons at 

$4.06 ; reserve coal, 3 tons at $2.90 ; nut coal, 5*4 at $4.70 

Repairing floors, $7.40 ; repairing roof, $6.70 ; h, cord hardwood, $4.50 ; \ cord soft wood, 

$4 ; wire halyards, $3 ; easing drawers, $2.50 ; repg. chairs, 55c. 

St. John Inland Revenue ($83.76)— 

Manchester, Robertson & Allison : book-case, $31 ; chairs, 2 at $1.60 

Skinner, A. O.: Brussels carpet, 25 yds. at $1.40 ; making and laying, $3.20 ; lining. 17 

yds. at 8c ; rubber mats, 2 at $2.25 ; 2 mats at $2.75 

St. John Post Office ($6,050.69)— 

Engineer, Jas. Wolfe, 12 m. to June 30 

Elevator man, Edward Haney, 12 m. to June 30 .... 

Winding and regulating clock, George H. Martin, 1 y.- to Nov. 1, 1898 

Allan, C. B., foundry work, $41.79 ; Amland Bros., repairs to furniture, $13.10 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co., premium on policy 1,137 to July 1, 1898 

Ferguson, John : taking up old floor and laying new, $125 ; taking out wood panels and 

putting in plate glass, contract, $27.80 ; repairs, $10.80 

Fitzgerald, Richard : work on elevator, $45.21 ; washing windows, 146 at 40c ; repairs, $4.10 

Flood, .1 ohn, repairs on gable of post office . . 

Hunter. James : incandescent lamps, 247 at 40c, 60 at 30, 262 at 25c; repairs, $7.35 . . . 
Mooney, B., & Sons : filling opening in wall, $16.75 ; foundation for cylinders, $12.49. . . 

Moore, Margaret, charwoman, 35^ d. at $1 

McAvity & Sons : steel barrow, $10 ; 4-in. flanged gate valve, $10.50 ; flax packing, $5.43 ; 

harness leather, $7.15 ; w. i. pipe, $24.44 ; pipe hangers, 3 at $1.50 ; hardware and 

foundry work, $69.01 

Porter, John, hauling ashes, 38 loads at 30c 

St. John City : water supply, 12 m. to May 1, 1899, 3,728,200 galls, at lie per 100 galls. ; 

meter rent, $22 ; digging and laying 4-in. cast iron pipe for water, $97.31 . 
St. John Ry. Co. : gas, 9 m. to Feb. 1, 1899, 23*100 ft. at $1.75 ; meter rent, $5.20; elec- 
tric light, 9 m. to Feb. 1, 1899, 2,488,300 x (2 constant) watts at 13^0., 3,482,100 x 

(4 constant) watts at 13^c 

Stanton Bros. : labour cutting hole through P.O. foundation wall, 15f d. at $3.50 ; tools 

&c, $1.50 

Starr, R. P. & W. F. : furnace coal, 95 '232 tons at $4.30, 5'024 tons at $5.25, 2*335 tons 

at $4.75 ; nut coal, 5 tons at $4.56 ; reserve, 2*345 tons at $2.90 

Thomas, W. J. : recoating asphalt work, 125 yds. at 50c ; repointing and cementing 

chimneys, $15 

Waterbury, D. G., jr. : receiving - and checking coal, &c, 4i d. at $1.50 

Toilet paper, $6 ; glazing, &c, $9.05 ; wood, $4.25; repairs to furniture, $4.55; lumber 

$4 . 83 ;smith work, $5.71 ; manilla, 58c 

St. John Savings Bank (x3i;!>.3(i)— 

Boiler Inspection Cx, premium on policy 1138 to July 1, 1899.. 

Flood, John, repairs to furnace, contract 

McAvity & Sons. : repairing pump, 13^ hrs. at 40c ; 1 pr. hinges, $4.90 ; sash cord, $1.88 ; 

brass screws, 30c 

St. John City : water supply, 12 m. to May 1, 1899, $15 ; meter rent, $2.52 ...... ') 

St. John Ry. Co. : gas, !) m. to Feb. 1, 1899, 41,000 ft. at $1.75 ; meter rent, $1.80 

Starr, R. & W. : egg coal, 40275 tons at $4.47 ; nut coal, 4*813 tons at $4.56; reserve 

coal, 6*07 tons at $2.90 

Wood, $6 "50 ; repairing windows and doors, $3; set halyards, $1.75 

St. Stephen Public Building ($958.33) — 

Caretaker, S. Topping, 12 m. to June 30 

Clerke, C. H. egg coal, 19 tons at $5.40 

St. Croix E.L. & Water Co., water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1899 

St. Croix Gas Lt. Co.: bridge office, 12 m. to April 1, 1899, 9,300 ft. at $3; public 

bldg., 12 m. to April 1, 1899, 118,000 ft. at $3 

Sundry hardware, $8.83 ; repairing clock, $1 



1— 6iQ 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 
39,732 47 



92 67 
28 40 
49 50 



522 78 
22 00 
19 90 



332 16 
31 87 

1,242 31 

28 65 

34 20 

49 56 



660 00 


600 00 


80 00 


54 89 


20 00 


163 60 


107 71 


38 88 


189 65 


29 24 


35 50 


131 03 


11 40 



678 54 

2,597 80 

56 62 

476 61 

77 50 
6 75 

34 97 

20 00 
15 00 

12 48 
17 52 
73 56 

219 55 
11 25 

400 00 

102 60 

64 00 

381 90 
9 83 



49,564 85 



Q-84 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Sussex Public Building ($436.89)— 

Caretaker, Shepherd Dryden, 12 m. to June 30 

Dryden, H. H. : 1 brl. oil, 42'67 galls, at 19c. ; 1 pr. hinges and fittings, .$4.50 

Seely, Robert : chestnut coal, 4 tons at $6.07 ; egg coal, 30 "2 tons at $0.07 

Wood, $3 ; oil, 42£ galls, at 20c. ; rep. flag pole, &c, $5.25 

Tracadie Lazaretto ($1,436.14)— 

Care of furnace and pump, Soeur Doucet, 9 in. to Jan. 24, 1899, at $12.50 per m 

Babineau, Rev. J. A. : travelling expenses, on Departmental business between Tracadie 
and Ottawa, from May 2G to June 2nd 

Call, R. R. : anthracite egg coal, 101-344 tons at $7.85 

Doucet, Soeur : wood, 150 cords at $2 ; repairing heating apparatus and closets, 8d. at $1.50. 

McAvity, T. & Sons : 5 valves, 5 50 ft. lengths hose, etc. and connections, $190 ; Stillson 

wrench, $3.60 ; repairs, $2.75 ; freight, 53c , , 

Woodstock, N.B., Public Building ($929.72)— 

Caretaker, Chas. Trafton, 12 m. to June 3v) 

Care of clock, H. V. Dalling, 6 m. to Nov. 1, 1898 

Jones, A. E. : 00 ft. § in. rubber hose, $9 ; glass, glazing, &c, $6.03 

Seeley, Robt. , broken coal, 31 tons at $0.29 

Small & Fisher Co. : 50 tubes and putting in same, $05 ; 8 grate bars, $0 ; new door, $7.50 : 
repairs to furnace, $5 ; door frame, $1 

Town of Woodstock, water supply, 12 m. to May 1, 1899 

Woodstock Elec. Lt. Co. : 12 in. to March 31, 1899, tower clock, $80 ; post office, $80 ; 1 
10 c. p. lamp, 25c . 

Dry wood, $7 ; 1 wire tube brush, $1 ; work on sewer pipe, $2.25 ; sundiies, $5.20 ; glaz- 
ing, $1.50 

Aylmer Public Building ($1,336.40)— 

Caretaker, Miss G. Woods, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Aylmer Water Works, 12 m. to July 1, 1899, $31.50 ; Barette, P.: hose, $11.30 ; hardware, 
$1 50 

Bate, H. N. & Sons : Am. oil, 88 2 galls, at 19c; w. h. oil, 85 32 galls, at 18ic; barrels, 
4 at 80c; freight, $2.80 

Bourgeau, F.: contract for repairs, $950 ; additional work, $59.25 

Ray, C. C. & Co., coal : stove, tons at $5.70 ; furnace, 21 01 tons at $5.40 

Kindling wood, $8; car tickets, $5.95; charwoman, $8; lawn-mower, $5.50; sundry 

hardware, $4.22 ; repairing tank, $1 ; cartage, $4 

Berthierville Public Building ($302.53)— 

Durand, J. R. : sundry hardware ... 

Toucher, J. IT. & Cie : water rates, 12 m. to June 1, 1899, $20 ; over paid, $10 

Lamarche, P. O. : coal, 12 " 08 tons at $0 ; wood, 5 coids at $3 

Tranchemontagne, Is.: 50 ft. rubber hose, $12 ; lawn-mower, $0 ; sundry hardware, $21.63 

Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q— 262) 

Groceries, $2.45 ; repairs, $3.63 ; putting up halliard, $1.25 ; travelling expenses, $2.50. 
Coaticook Public Building ($878.09)— 

Caretaker, Israel Baldwin, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Baldwin, P . T. & Sons, wood, 5 c >rds at $2.50 

Coaticook Electric Light and Power Co. : 36 lights, 12 m. to July 1, 1899, $212 ; lamps, 
&c, $9 30 

Coaticook Water Co., 12 m. to Sept. 1, 1899 

Smith, J. D., coal : 4 tons at $6.15, 28" 18 at $6 

Webster, W . C. & Sons, sundry hardware 

Dundee Custom-house ($30) — 

Matthews, Allen S., anthracite coal, 5 tons at $6 

Farnham Public Building ($167 . 40)— 

Choquette, W. P.: hardwood, 4 cords at $1.90 ; slabs, $1 ; plumbing, $5 

Farnham Corporation, water rates, 12 m. to Sept. 30, 1899 

Farnham Electric Co., light, 9 m. to Jan. 15, 1899, $45 ; Lequin, Jos. & Cie., egg coal, 5 
tons at $5 . 25 

McKinnon, J. F., painting on public building 

Spoor, J os., wood : hard, 5 cords at $1 .75 ; soft, 2 cords at $1 

Stadacona Water, Light and Power Co., electric light, 3 m. to May 1, 1899 

Carpenter work, $4.50 ; repairs to pavement, $1.50 ; sundries, $5.80 

Hull Public Building ($570.43)— 

Hull City : water rates, 12 m. to Aug. 1, 1899, $108 ; sprinkling street, 213 ft. at 4c 

Lemieux, Jos.: wood, 10 cords at $1.35 ; sawing and piling, $6 

Ottawa Electric Co.: May 18, 1898, to May 13, 1899, 35,100 ampere hours at fc; rent of 
meter, $1.80 

Ray, C. C. & Co., coal : egg, 35 tons at $4.70 ; stove, 10 tons at $4.70 

Carpenter work, $8 . 85 ; car tickets, $1 . 30 

Joliette Public Building ($759.52)— 

Caretaker, Adolphe Ratel, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Copping, W., slabs, 10 cords at $1.75 ; Desroches, Geo., 10 curtains, $10 

Froment, C. G., sundry hardware , 



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$ cts. 
49,564 85 



200 00 
12 61 

207 58 
16 70 

112 50 

19 21 
795 55 
312 00 

196 88 

400 00 

24 00 

15 03 
194 99 

84 50 
34 00 

160 25 

16 95 
60 00 
44 30 

38 53 
1,009 25 

147 65 

36 73 

12 06 
30 00 
87 51 

39 63 
123 50 

9 83 

400 00 

12 50 

221 30 

40 00 
193 73 

11 16 

30 00 

13 60 
10 00 

71 25 

25 00 

10 75 
25 00 

11 80 

116 52 
19 50 

212 76 
211 50 

10 15 

350 00 
33 50 

11 10 



56,047 71 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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Dominion Building* : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Joliette Public Building— Continued. 

Joliette Corporation ($173.35)— 

Lighting : 24 lamps, 12 m. to May 1, 1899, $80.40 ; less 3 m. for loss of time, $21.60 ; 
2 new lamps, 50c. ; over paid, 5c ... . 

Water rates, 12 m. to May 1, 1899 

Rowan, Jas. T., coal, 25 ' 54 tons at $7 . 50 

Lachine Public Building ($743 04)- 

Caretaker, F. Caisse, 7 m. to Jan. 31,1899, $58.31; A. Caisse, Feb., $8.33; O. P. 

Robert, Mar. -June, $33.35. 

Amesse, Alphonse : repairing of doors and entrances, locks, hinges, <&c, $35; repairing 

and whitewashing walls of 1st and 2nd stories, $50 ; painting doors of porch and 2nd 

story, staircases, &c, 95 h. at 20c; painting and laying new floor, $6 

Bell Bros. & Co., 1629 tons coal at $5.20 

Lizotte, Arthur: making and setting up of chimney flue, $11.50; 9-in. sandstone pipe, 

375 ft. at 66§c, and laying, $250 ; 1-in. pipe, 10 ft. at 40c; w. c basin, $6 ; plumbing, 

d. at $2.50 ; oven, $9 ; sundries, $3 

Pigeon, L. B. : maple wood, 6 cords at $6.50 ; sawing and splitting, $9 

Lachine Corporation ($89.52)— 

Water, 12 m. to July 1, 1899 

Lighting, 12 m. to June 30, 1899, 10 lamps 16 c p. at 50c 

Plumbing, $4 ; sundries, $8.30. . 

Laprairie Public Building ($232.43)— 

Caretaker, Thomas, A. : 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Beauvais, Ludger : oil, Astral, 93 "92 galls, at 21^c, 51 '65 at 22c; coal, egg, 14 '41 

tons at $5 . 10, chestnut, 4 ' 53 tons at $5 . 10 ; sundries, $1 . 36 

Demers, A. A., delivery of water, 12 m. to May 1, 1899 

Repairing water pipe, $3.85; 2 cords wood at $4.50 

Levis Immigration Building ($43.70) — 

Blouin, J. A.: 2h ft. maple, 5 cords at $6 ; sawing, $3.20 ; 2h ft. spruce, 3 cords at $3.50 
Montmagny Public Building ($91.19)— 

Mathurin, J. A., fuel (voucher B— 4684 outstanding Oct. 12, 1899) 

Morin, F. J.: 15ft. flag, $15; sundries, $10.54 

Sirois, A. P., registry fees on purchases from seminary and town 

2 office chairs, $6 ; desk, $1 ; sundries, $2.95 

Montreal Civil Service Fxaminations ($100.00)— 

Association St. Jean Baptiste, rent of room for one week, Nov. 8, 1898 

Montreal Custom-house ($2,420.99)— 

Caretaker, C. Dandelin, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Fireman, B. Lajeunesse, Sept. 18, 1898, to June 30, 1899. at $50 

Archambanlt Bros.: oil cloth, 44 yds. at $1.50 ; laying, $4.40 ; Turkish rug, $10 ; velvet 

rug, $1 .50 

Auer Incandescent Lt. Mfg. Co., comp. lights "Outright," 10 at $3.50. . . , . . 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co., premiums on $4,000 to July 1, 1899 

Dandelin, C, clearing sidewalks, outside, and roof of Custom-house for 3 m. to Dec 31, 

1898 

Galarneau, J. H., removing of ashes, 1898-99, $20 ; Desjardins, C, cartage, 75c 

Leclerc & Sons : repairing gas and water pipes, $10.25 ; repairing around clock, $2H.G7. . 

Montreal City, water, 12 m. to May 1, 1899 . . 

Montreal Gas Co.: gas, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1899, 314,900 cub. ft. at $1.20 per 1,000 ; rent 

of meter, $8.80 

Moore, T. F., fur. coal, 105 tons at $5. 50 

Walker, Jas., & Co.: rubber hose, 110 ft at 12c; sundry hardware, $36.83 

Wilson Bros.,: wood, maple, 2 cords at $6.50 ; slabs, 1 cord at $4.50. . 

Montreal Custom-House and Ex-warehouse ($117) — 

Fireman, B. Lajeunesse, July 1 to Sept. 18, 1898, at $45 

Montreal Drill Hall ($584.28)— 

Engineer, Wni. McDonald, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Fireman, Jos. Gagmier, Feb. 15 to Mar. 15, 1899 at $45 

Montreal Examining Warehouse ($6,330.32)— 

Fireman, Medor Boyer, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

H. Marchand, Sept. 18, 1898, to June 30, 1899, at $45 

Nap. Loiselle, Nov. 25, 1898, to April 9, 1899, at $45 

Auer Incandescent Light Mfg. Co., 2 lights bt. outright at $3.50 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co., premiums on $4,000, 12 m. to July 1, 1899 

Galarneau, J. H., removal of ashes, 12 m. to Oct. 15, 1898 

Grothe, Bros., extra work in Montreal Examining Warehouse bet. Aug. 16 and Sept. 26, 

1898 

Lewis Bros. & Co., Keystone oil: cylinder, 100 galls, at 85c, engine, 50 galls, at 70c, 

No. 1 wh. dynamo, 50 galls, at 80c; white waste, 750 lbs. at 10c; boiler comp., 100 

lbs. at 25c, Garlock packing, 10 lbs. at $1 .25 ; Albany grease, 30 lbs. at 25c; sundry 

hardware, $21 

Miller Bros. & Toms: g-in. wire rope, 130 ft. at 17c, 130 ft. at 10^c; sundries, $3.25 

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$ cts. 
56,047 71 



63,417 04 



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63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



-Con. 
to April 25, 



1899, 399,622 gals, at 29c. per M.; rent of 



30, 1899, 528,8o0 cub. ft. at $1.20 per 1,000 



Montreal Examining Warehouse - 
Montreal City : water, 12 m 

meter, $8 

Water, 12 m. to May 1, 1899 

Montreal Gas Co : gas, 12 m. to Mar 

meter, $8. 80 

Moore, T. F. & Co,, fur. coal, 320 tons at $5.50 

Walker, Jas. & Co., sundry hardware, $10.94j Wilson Bros., slabs, 9 cords at .$4.50. 

Detailed under "Montreal Ex. Warehouse, New Floor" (Page Q — 43) 

Montreal Immigration Shed ($499.98)— 

Dawes & Co. : Rent of premises, 12 m. to April 30, 1899 

Montreal Inland Revenue ($1,097.75)— 

Fireman, Ls. St. Jean, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Auer Incandescent Light Mfg. Co., comp lights, " Outright," 3 at $3.50 

Leclerc, P., & Son, hardware, $13.61; Montreal City, water, 12 m. to May 1, 1899, $103.79 
Montreal Gas Co. : Gas, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1899, 133,500 c. ft. at $1.20 per 1,000 ; meter, 

$3.60 

Moore, T. F., & Co., egg coal, 35 tons at $5.50 

Removal of ashes, $7 ; sundry hardware, $6.65 ... 

Montreal Post Office ($14,555.39)— 

Engineer, Frank Green, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Electricians, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 : L. D. Thibault, $720 ; G. Gingras, $720 

Eleva,tor-men : A. Forget, 12 m. to June 30, $600 ; S. N. Nickle, 6 m. to Dec. 31 at $50, 

6 m. to June 30 at $55 ; Jos. Dutrisac, July 1-Sept. 8 at $50, $113.33 ; O. Penaud, 

Sept. 9-June 30 at $50, $486.67 

Caretaker w.c.'s, C. Vadeboncoeur, 365 d. to June 30, 1899 at $1.25 

Care of clock, T. A. Grothe, 12 m. to Feb. 1, 1899 

Pay-list : Nov., Dec, Jan., washing, cleaning and putting up d. windows ; detailed with 

Montreal public buildings (Montreal P. O. ) (Page Q— 45) 

Bell Telephone Co. : Telephone messages, April 21 to Sept. 30, 1898 

Brooks Mfg. Co. : Sakta cleansing powder, 468 lbs. at 10c 

Chapleau, G. : 1 safe— outside 36 in. x 31 in. x 53 in., inside 25 in. x 22 in. x 36 in., fireproof, 

$200; rep.'g safe broken by thieves, $31.85; rep.'g two safe locks, $5.25; sundry 

repairs, $3 . 75 

Desjardins, Jos. : Removal of ashes, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 . 

Grothe; T. A., & Son, standard clock 

Lamarche, Jos., sundry repairs to glass and railing during winter of 1898 

Lecelerc, P., & Son : Plumber and helper, 25i hrs. at 40c; sundry plumbing, $14.27. . . 
Miller Bros. & Toms : f-in. wire rope, 105 ft.," $4.73, 105 ft., $6.30 ; lathe work, 12 hrs. at 

50c ; foundry work, $14.05 

Montreal City : water, 12 m. to May, 1899— St. Lawrence St., $13.58; St. Catherine St., 

$13.58; St. James St., $675.61 

Montreal Gas Co., 12 mos. to April 1. 1899 ($233.12)— 

St. James St. : 55,400 c ft. at $1.20 per 1,000 ; meter, $2 

St. Catherine St. : 78,400 c ft. at $1.20 per 1,000 ; meter, $2.60 

St. Lawrence : 55,300 c ft. at $1.20 per 1,000 ; meter, $1.60 

Moore, T. F., & Co. : fur. coal, 134'95 net tons at $5.50; stove coal, 3 56 net tons at 

$5.75 

Pauze, J. B., & Co. : painting materials, $15.20 ; labour, 95 hrs. at 25c 

Poirier, L. E., & Co. : labour, 28 hrs. at 25c; paint, 20 lbs. at 15c; painting, tinting, &c. 

in dead letter offices, $45 ; putting in one washstand, $10. 

Royal Electric Co. ($6,792.16)— 

Lighting St. James St. P. O., 10 m. to Mar. 30, 1899 : 544,360 ampere hrs. at |c. ; 3 
meters at 25c each per m . . 

A. C. motor current, 17^ m. to June 30, 1899 : 28,001 ampere hrs. at fc; 2 meters at 
25c each per M 

Operating : 14 m. to June 30, 1899— 

Stamp cancelling machine, 54,761 amp. hrs. at |c 

Passenger elevators, 6,385| amp. hrs. at 35c 

Operating freight elevators ($774.83) — 

3 m. to July 31, 1898 : 1,415^ amp. hrs. at 12c : meters, $3.50 

1 L m. to June 30, 1898 : one 8-h. p. motor at $660 per an 

Trudel, A. : sweeping Montreal P. O. Building, 12 m. to June 26, 1899 

Valiquette, N. G. : 2 oak desks, $45, $30 ; 2 office tables, $10, $6 ; 1 easy chair 

3 high stools at $2.25 ; 4 cane chairs at $2.25 ; 2 oak chairs at $3 

Walker. Jas., & Co. : 124 keys fitted to Yale lock at 20c ; 112 box numbers at 22c ; 8 

Eclipse checks at $3 ; 110 ft. hose at 12c; magnetic electric bell, $9.50 ; sundry hard- 
ware, $216.66 

Express, $2.20; cartage, $3.25; castor oil, 46 lbs. at 9c; ice for summer, $5; sundry 

hardware, $9 

Montreal Public Buildings ($1,671.65)— 

Engineer, Ryan, Thomas, 12 m. to June 31, 1899 



$5.50; 



Brought forward. 



$ cts. 
63,417 04 



123 89 
446 20 

643 36 

1,760 00 

51 44 

633 65 

499 98 

600 00 

10 50 

117 40 

163 80 

192 50 

13 55 

720 00 
1,440 00 



1,830 00 

456 25 

60 00 

521 00 

7 60 
46 80 



240 85 
25 00 
18 00 
25 00 
24 47 

31 08 

702 77 

68 48 
96 68 
67 96 

762 70 
38 95 

65 00 



3,273 66 

176 74 

328 53 
2,234 90 

173 33 

605 00 
60 00 

118 25 

312 80 

23 59 

1,200 00 



84,428 70 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-87 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward 



181)9. 



nt 



Montreal Public Buildings— Con. 

Caretaker, Lanetot, Ed., 7 m. to June 30, 1899 

Clerk of Works, Desjardins, Camille, Dec. and Jan 
Quebec Citadel ($380.42)— \ 

Barbeau, Edmond, repairs to roof of Governor General's quarters 

Faguy Lepinay & Bro.: 3 cocoa mats, $11.25, $6 25, $7.50 ; red felt, 72 in. 'wide' 73 vds' 

at$l; cocoa matting, 34£ yds. at 75c; double-width cashmere, 52* yds 'at 55c' 

stripped holland, 44^ yds. at 25c; sundry furnishings, $40 83 
QuebecGasCo pras, Gov. Gen's quarters, Aug. 23 to Nov. 16, 1898, 75,000 cub "ft 

$1./ 5 per 1,000 

Vezina, N. , plumbing 

Quebec Citadel, travel of Geo. Reid, carpenter, Ottawa ($92.31)— 

Board to Sept. 30, at Quebec, shown under " Rideau Hall " (page Q— 77) 
Board at Quebec, Oct. 1-21, 1898, 21 days at $1.50. 

Travel, Quebec to Ottawa, Oct. 21-22 ' 

Travel, Ottawa to Quebec and return, Nov. 7-26, 1898 

Board at Quebec, Nov. 8-25, 1898, 18 days at $1 . 50 

Travel, Ottawa to Quebec and return, May 10-16, 1899 

Board, May 10-16, 1899, 6 days at $1.50 .. ' ' 

Quebec Clerk of Works Office ($255.32)— 

Superintendent of Public Buildings, Phileas Beland, Sept. and Oct 1898 

Charwoman, D. Girard, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Quebec Cullers' Office ($871.80)— 

Fireman, Jos. O'Neil, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Gunn, F., egg coal, 35 tons at $5.98 

Lame, Leon : 2^-ft. maple, 5* cords at $5.25 ; 3-ft. mapL 



3 cords at $5.75 ; cutting, $4. 



££srfc2^ffifsS£ l3 ; 60 : 2i ft . -^ 8 00rds at '* 4 ' 40 ; "*"*■ $8 - : 



Grate coal, 1,900 lbs. , $5 22 ; removal of ashes, $5 . 75 - 
Quebec Custom-house ($2,613.35)— 

Fireman, J. R. Mountain, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Caretaker of clock, Theoph. Armand, 12 m. to April 30 1899 ' 
Bazin P. I : labour, 4 days at $2, 1 door, $3.20 ; deals, 28 at 20c 
JJonnelly, Lawrence, cleaning snow from wharf, 6 men at $2 50 
Gingras, A. A. J.: carbure, 952 lbs. at 5c; 1 keg, $1.50 
Guun, F.: furnace coal, 120 32 tons at $5.98 ; soft coal, 5 tons at $ 
J^a Uasse, P C, putting in of 2 electric bells, $8.58, $6 10 



sundry hardware, $2.63 



98 



Laine Leon : 2J-ft. maple, 1 cord at $5.25 ; ' 3-ft. maple, 4 cord's" at" $5 75' 
H cords at $3.80 : cuf 



at $3.80; cutting, $5.20. ......... .~77.\ ". .7 """ *** W °° d 

Langlois, Geo., removing snow from roof 

Larose, L., plastering custom-house : labour, $16.95 ';' materials ,' $6 28.. " 

pfr^rl' x ^ m ^ le r 3 ° i C ° rds at $5 - 55 ; 2 ^ ft " pine ' 6 cords at ^ 3 - 60 ; cut W,' S28.8( 
Parent, c^nas. A., sundry hardware... 

Quebec city, water rates for 1898-99. 

Vallerand, A. E : astral oil, 14323 galls, at 25c; sundries,' $5. 85. 

Queb^En^r^ffittl^ 85 white wadrti ^' 60 ^ at 2|c ; plumbingi $6.82":. ". . 

Breen, Thos., allowance for office rent. 12 m. to July 30, 1899 
Quebec Examining Warehouse ($3.6:31.27)— 

Engineer, D. P. Kennedy, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Fireman T. P. McLaughlin, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 . . 

Archer & Co., anthracite coal, furnace, 32 12 tons at $5 15 

Boder Inspection and Insurance Co., 2 premiums, 12 m. to July 1, 1899, ' $20,' $40 

Cote, P. J.: oilcloth, 16| yds at $1 . 25 ; laying and felt at 15c; 2 rugs, $2.50, $3" 50 " 

G^noT^h™ ^ l Ur V 6 ffi at $ l ; - l0Ck With , (i k -T' U ; ^rpentering and materials,' $12^2 
Uagnon, Ihos., walnut office chair, covered with leather. 

^authier, J & Pro.: painting salle dc verification, 2 coats, 539 yds. at 15c';' painting en- 
trance hall, 2 coats, 364 yd* at 16c.; painting Mr. Martineau's office 2 coat s g 228 
yd*, atloc; painting Mr. Dion's office, 2 coats, 224 vds. at 15c; sundry painting 

ISSi^^*^^^V^* 5 wash ' n * window *> 5 day 8a ?81^0 g '; 

varnishing $4. bo ; sundry panes of glass, signs, &c, $12.20.. 

Lrunn, Fran. , furnace coal, 80 ■ 165 tons at $5 . 98 

Lame, Leon : soft wood, 6^ cords at $3.80 ; cutting, 64 cord's at'80c 

LaJXTrVo- : r ° Ur ' 6dayS f $2; lead ' 12( ' lbs -^6c; plumbing 'materials', $31 67 
lianglois, Ueo., removing snow from roof 

Slt C 80c 2i " ft ' SPrUCe ' 13 C ° rdS at $8,a ° '"**■' ' maple ' 8 ' cords at •»■«;" cutting' 21 

Quebec City, water rates for 1898-99 

Quebec Gas Co., gas, 12 m. to May 1, 1899, 32,200 cub.' ft.' at $1 .76 per m 

spruce T'vTTc' &£ a j5>- 75 ' * 17 ¥°, ; Colombage pine, 565 ft. at $35; i*-ft 
S «*n' Z • M °^ \ afc $2 ° ; pine dea1 ' 2 P cs - lst and 2n d quality, 850" ft 

at $50 ; carpenter materials, $34 . 48 ; putting down 2 carpets, $14 . 60. .... . . 

Carried forward 



cts. 



84,428 70 



291 65 
180 00 



48 45 



204 72 

131 25 
2 00 



31 50 

5 80 

10 95 

27 00 

8 06 

9 00 

183 32 
72 00 

540 00 
209 30 
50 13 
50 40 
11 00 
10 97 

540 00 
25 00 
19 43 
15 00 
49 10 

749 41 
14 68 

39 15 

40 00 
23 23 

216 90 

17 47 

800 00 

41 66 
22 32 

144 00 

900 00 
540 00 
165 44 
60 00 
28 56 
28 32 
14 00 



273 15 
479 39 

29 90 
51 23 

30 00 


108 00 

450 00 

56 37 


296 89 


92,774 80 



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63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Ho mi ii ion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward . 



Quebec Examining Warehouse — Con. 

Rochon, Geo.: removing snow, 203 loads at 15c.; carting wood, 9 loads at 25c ; carting 

furniture, 2 loads at 50c 

Vezina, Nap.: plumbers, 12 d. at $2 ; plumbing materials, $10.89 ; sundry repairs, $48.23 

Ashes, $1 ; sundry hardware, $2.20 

Quebec Immigration Buildings ($608.56)— 

Gingras, Jos., grate coal, 205 tons at $3.50 

Gunn, Francis : soft coal, 4 tons at $5.98 

Laine, Leon : 2h ft. maple, 23^ cords at $5.25 ; 3 ft. maple, 5 cords at $5.75 ; soft wood, 

2 cords at $3.80 ; cutting at 80c a cord, $23.20 

Lefrancois, C.: 3 ft. maple, 23 cords at $5.55; 2i ft. maple, 27 cords at $4.40; 2\ ft. 

spruce, 2 cords at $3.60 ; cutting at 80c. a cord, $35.20 

Montmorency Electric Power Co., lighting, 2 m. to July 21, 1899 at $540 per annum ... 

Myrand & Pouliot : carpet, 18 yds. at 50c. ; sundry furnishings, $7.98 

Quebec Inland Revenue ($772.77) — 

Cote, P. J.: linoleum, 100 yds. at $1.75 ; felt paper, 1%\ yds. at 10c; laying and cement- 
ing, 76£ yds. at 15c; Brussels carpet, 103 yds. at $1.50 ; sewed, laid and paper, $15.45; 

oil cloth, 50i yds. at $1.25 ; mats, 4 at $2.75, 4 at $1.50 ; fibre carpet, 8 yds. at $1 ; 

sundries, $20.29 

LaCasse, P., putt'.ng in 4 electric bells 

Valliere, Geo., desks, 3 at $50 ; 2 tables, $20, $4 ; office chairs, 3 at $14 ; lounge, $15 ; 

chairs, 4 at $1, 10 at $2.50 ; stools, 2 at $3 ; repg. office chair, $3 ; 2 extra locks at $1. 
Quebec Observatory ($776.14) — 

Dallaire, Phillippe & Co.: shingling roof of house, 23 toise at $4.25 ; covering calotte of 

dome with gal. sheet iron, $20 ; covering dormer windows, &c with gal. sheet iron, 

$17.25 ; repg. pavement, $1.50 

Delaurier, Alph.: coal tar for roof, 245 yds. at 6c; making roadway, 520 ft. at 18c 

Gauthier, J. & Bros. : painting interior, 2 coats, 377 yds. at 15c ; painting exterior, 765 yds. 

at 15c; painting window blinds, 29 prs. at 60c; sundry panes of glass, $12.60 ; sundry 

painting, papering, &c, $15.95. 

Gingras, Ed.: repg. cane chairs, 7 at $4 ; repg. frames and mouldings, 29 at $1.50 ; 8 x 1 

pine plank, 1st quality, 975 ft. at $50; carpenters, 16 d. at' $2 ; lead, 185 lbs. at 6c; 

window blinds, 9 prs. at $1 ; 42 x 4 ft. planked gallery in 2-in. deals, $20 ; sundry 

carpenter work, $31.74 

Quebec City, water rates for 1898-99 

Vermette, Theophile, watchman, 20 d. at $2 . 

Quebec Post Office ($4,347.73)— 

Caretaker, Jean Roy, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Fireman, F. J. Cooper, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Care of clock, P. C. Lacasse, 12 m. to July 1, 1899 

Bell Telephone Co., 12 m. to June 1, 1899, exchange service 

Cote, P. J.: flannellette, 52| yds. at 15c; cotton, 63 yds. at 5c; towels, 27 at 7c 

Chouinard, N. & Co. : soap, 205 lbs. at 6c; pearline, 100 packages at 5c • 

Gauthier, J. & Bros.: illuminating P. O., Sept. 21, 1898, $87.09; painting letter box, $1.25 
Gingras, A. A. J.: pearline, 200 pkgs. at 5c; soap, 100 lbs. at 5c; sundries, $17.80. . . 
Gingras, L. P.: disinfecting Fr. fluid, 100 galls, at 50c; magic window cleaner, $10. . . 

Gunn, Francis, egg coal, 8003 tons at $5.98 

LaCasse, P. C: care of electric clock and bells from Oct. 10, 1896 to June 30, 1897, $36 ; 

electric bell, $1 

Langlois, Geo. , removing snow from roof, season of 1896-97 

Lefrancois, C. : 3 ft. maple, 15 cords at $5.55; 2h ft. spruce, 2 cords at $3.60; cutting, 

$13.60... 

L'Heureux, Z., removing ashes, 26 loads at 50c 

Montmorency Electric Power Co., lighting P. O., 91 lights, 11 m. to May 5, 1899 at $546 

Paquet, Ed., carpentering materials and kibour 

Parent, Chas. A.: Yale locks, 4 at 85c; com. springs, 1 pr. at $3.50 ; 1 door rubber, 50 

ft. at 12c ; sundries, 90c 

Quebec City, water rates for 1898-99 

Quebec Gas Co., gas 12 m. to May 1, 1899, 224,000 c ft. at $1.75 

Vezina & Moisan, decorations of P. O. at funeral of Cardinal Taschereau : cashmere, 361 

yds. at 45c less 361 yds. returned at 25 per cent, $121.84 ; 5 inscriptions made by 

Gauthier & Bros., $40 ; labour, 92i h. at 30c; f d. at $5 ; sundries, $4.90 

Cleaning Post Office : Mrs. G. Ducheshay, 35| d. at $1 ; D. Girard, 31 d. at $1 ; Mrs. A. 

Marcoux, 16 d. at $1 ; P. Menard, 15£ d. at $1.25 ; Mrs. C. Valcourt, 31 d. at $1. . . 
Waste paper baskets, 6 at 75c; repairs, $11.33 ; flannellette, 20 yds. at 6c; flag, $7.30 ; 

cartage, $2 ; lamps, 36 at 25c ; sundries, $7.65. . 

Quebec, Queen's Wharf Building ($1,108.37)— 

Gunn, Francis : egg coal, 50 tons at $5.98 ; soft coal, 4 tons at $5.98 

Lefrancois, C. : 3-ft. maple, 5 cords at $5.55 ; cutting at 80c, $4 ... 

Quebec City, water rates for 1898-99 

Cartage, $2.50 ; bar iron, $1 .20 



Carried forward . 



$ cts. 
92,774 80 



33 70 

83 12 

3 20 

7 18 
23 92 

181 63 

288 85 
90 00 
16 98 



472 46 
29 31 



271 00 



136 50 
108 30 



217 25 



224 09 
50 00 
40 00 

700 00 

547 50 

95 00 

35 00 

12 96 
17 30 
88 34 
32 80 
60 00 

478 60 

37 00 

80 00 

104 05 

13 00 
500 50 

15 78 

13 80 
750 00 
392 01 



198 24 

132 87 

42 98 



322 92 

31 75 

750 00 

3 70 



100,508 39 






PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-89 



Dominion Buildings : .Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Quebec Weights and Measures ($5.50)— 

Gauthier, J. & Frere, glass, $1 ; sign, $4.50 
Quebec Public Buildings ($50)— 

Overseer, Theo. Vermette, Jan., 1899, 25 d. at $2 
Richmond Public Building ($838 . 63)— 

Caretaker, H. Desmarais, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Bushey, T. G. : repg letter boxes, 48 at 12c; repg. drawers,' 2 at $2:' sundry renairs' 85c 

Desmarais Bros.: slabs, $8.25; hardwood, $10.25; sawing and splitting, $11 S 50 



and brackets, at $1.50 ; step ladder, $3.50 'SiSi 'fih, * ; TSS^SiSi $13 8 

Desmarais, H A.: outlay for washing.. $15 (voucher 353L5 outstanding) ; sundries '$2 47 

^^^V^^fe" .^^l^ 1 " 8 Cl ° SetS in care ^ er * department 

Ives H. R. & Co.: 1st 'section Buffalo boiler^ $29 . 40 ; labour,' 6d.' at $1 50 '-'railway 

fare, hotel, cartage, freight, $7.65 ' rauwa y 

Jutras, L. , flag 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., postal bag rack,' style I, capacity 14 bags 

yds. at 6c sizing and kalsomining walls and ceilings of public' building,' 2^00 

Richmond County Electric'Co.:' 'lighting,' 5 in.' to Oct.' 1,' 1898, 34 lights at $4 per m ■ 6 m 

S ^I'atT:; 3 ^! O^ 4 . 1 :" m : J . inStalling 2 .^-alW M ; 7 ian^s 



Smith, J D : coal, 2579 tons at $5.75 ; furnace implements, $5 '.65 

1 aylor, A J. : office chair $11 ; 3 arm chairs, $6 ; 3 revolving stools', $9 . 

Washing double windows ,6 'd-atfl; foundry materials, $7.35; sundries,' $10 20 ' 



Rimouski Public Buildings ($605.21) 

Caretaker, Lepage, H. G., 12 m. to June 30, 1899 



Lavoie, Jos & Son, unloading and transporting 2 cars of coal 

eo'-n °" ^ lack SI ? ruce ' 10 cords at $ 2 ! birch > 3 * cords a„ , 

$2.50 ; sawing and sphttmg, $10.80 ; outlay for repairs after lightning- $5 95 • New 

Haven clock, 8 day, $10 ; 84 galls, astral oil ~ : ™ 



i° 0Or J* a C ® 2 ; birch ' 3 i cords at $2.25;' cherry', 3 cords at 



i A cj,t30c. ; sundries, $5.(55 
Lowell, J no. H., anthracite furnace coal, 40 tons at $7.50 

. A.: water tax, 12 m. to Nov. 1, 1898, $25 ; plumbing $1 

repairs after lightning, $4.65, $2.90 ; lumber 



Ca ^M; , Sarteg^"$2/.™!? 1 ™ *"** llsnming ' ®*-°°' *' ZA)0 '> lumber, $5; repg. pump 

Riviere du Loup Public Buiiding7$l,322.43)— 

Caretaker, Raymond, Z., 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

S 1 n" V AK red : 2 • V f - ling gr ° Und 1 , around buildin S< ™ load's at 10c. ; labour,' $9 

Bher Octave : repainting stone walls, 400 yds. at 30c. ; removal of street recever to front 

closing up old opening moving fence and cupboard under desk, $30^ epg P asTer 

. %S^7«^l^*^ P a intingflagpole,$5; kalsomining^ coSur- 

Dion, Nap. : anthracite coal, egg, 30 tons at $8 70 

b raserville Co., Ltd., electric lighting, 9 m. to Sept. 30, 1898 

S ; labour o f nTte! n $ d 2 gate ." ^^ ? ' °" *" ** ^ ^ '*«* 
Lausier, Thos., cleaning closets. 

Xad S 1 !' Swurk,^.^ ban5 .° n ^^ window *' * 10 J* Paintingiron ladderand' bare', 

St ' m2on\v^^ 

St. Pierre, Polycarpe, planting 20 trees at $1 .' .' .' 

sun°d S rie d , r $7 W r2° d ' 8PHt ' 2 ° ""^ '* $ * '' windo ^-Panes,' '$8.40 ; box'of ' 
Electric bell, $4; repairing sash- window j $3.70. 



soap, $4.90 ; 



Sherbrooke Public Building ($2,443.28)— 

Caretaker, Deseve, O., 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Care of clock, Spearing, R. J., 12 m. to March 1, 1899 

iioucher K, & bon : plumbing repairs, $38.95 ; labour, $21 35 

British American Land Co.: dry hard wood, 2 cuts, 8 cords, $36 

Coderre, Sons & Co., sundry hardware 

Dusseault, A If. G. : wall paper, 72 rolls at 25c.';' border 

n* 1>a i nt ' f 1 , 4 ' 4 **? Papering, $9 ; whitewashing, &c., $5 

s!«n;^x ^b4 yfe E " postal bag rack as per "P"***^" **£ «i »& 

Sherbrooke Gas and Watei Co. ($1,266.56)— 

Gas : lighting pub. buildings, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1899, 131 400 
meter, $3 . 75 



time of men. $9.75. 
132 yds at 5c. ; painting and 



cub. ft. at $2.50 per 1,000 
~.us. x», xo»o, to .June 3U, l«uy, 42,300 cub. ft. at $1.25' per' 1,000 ft. ' ' 



Stove : Aug. 19, 1898, to June 30, 1899, 42,300 cub, 



meter, 



InS 1h^,l44^ riChglltS ' G ° Hgh;tSaS Per tender ' ^44; addit. installation and 



Carried forward. 



$ Ots. 
100,508 39 



5 50 

50 00 

150 00 
10 61 

57 59 
17 47 

28 00 

46 05 

16 65 
50 00 

120 00 



138 77 

153 94 

26 00 

23 55 

150 00 
12 00 



92 98 

300 00 

26 00 

24 23 

250 00 
15 00 



300 00 

261 00 

61 11 

254 70 
15 00 

24 30 

33 20 
20 00 

80 42 

7 70 



400 00 
30 00 
60 30 
45 75 
24 57 

53 00 

110 00 

10 12 



332 25 

54 01 

288 5!) 



104,738 75 



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63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



nonunion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



$ cts. 
104,738 75 



1899, 73,918 amperes, 50 volts at 60c. per 100 
27,660 amperes, 50 volts at 50c. per 100 



1899, 



Sherbrooke Public Building- -Con. 

Sherbrooke Gas and Water Co. — Con. 
Electric lighting : 10 m. to Dec. 31 

amp. ; meter. $2.50 

Electric lighting : 3 m. to Mar. 31, 

am p. ; meter, 75c 

Electric light for tower, 2 m. to Feb. 28, 1898 

Sherbrooke Water Dept., water, 18 m. to Sept. 15, 1899 

Smith, J. D., coal, 48212 net tons at $5.75 ; 

Putting up double windows, $8.53; lettering boxes, 17 hrs. at 30c. ; repg. furniture, 

$5.53 ; flag pole and rope, $3.30 ; softwood, $8.50 ; cutting, $2 ; removing ashes, &c, 

35 loads at 20c, 31 at 25c; locksmith work, $15.40 ; repairs to clocks, $1.75 ; furnace 

fittings, $7.08 ; doz. brooms, $3 ; soap, $3 ; toilet paper, 5 doz. at $1.30 ; sundries, $6.31 

Sorel Public Buildings ($1,465.95)- 

Caretaker, Chas. Robitaille, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Wright, J. A. : winding and cleaning tower clock, 12 m. to July 12, 1899, $50 ; repairs, 

$2 ' 

Beaubien, J. , putting in alarm bell 

Boivin & Co. : strips, 190 ft. at 2c ; 1^-in. lumber, 862 ft. at $13 ; 3 dys. labour at $1.50 ; 

nails, 50c 

Couture, Jno. : cleansing powder, " Preparation Canadienne," 12 doz 

Finlay, D., &Son : standard shade cloth, 108 yds. at 50c ; curtains, 51 at 50c ; 17 hart- 
shorn rollers, $8.50 ; chain pulls, $3.70 ; sundry furnishings, $5.73 

Leclair & Lavallee, egg coal, 45 tons at $4 . 65 

Martin, Alexis : merisier, 6 cords at $4.50 ; slabs, 5 cords at $3 

Peltier, Em. : levelling grounds, $8 ; sodding, $6.50 ; grass seed, 50c ; manure, $4. . 

Pontbriand & Bros : patent cushion for office door, No. 1 Lyons' Mfg. Co., N. Y 

Robitaille, Alb., sawing and splitting 11 cords wood at $1.50 

Sorel Corporation ($501)— 

Water, 12 m. to Oct. 1, 1899 

Gas, 3 m. to Sept. 19, 1898, 29,000 cub. ft, at $1 . 50 per 1,000 

„ 3 m. to Dec. 20, 1898, 55,000 cub. ft. at $2 per 1,000 (discount overdue) 

.1 Dec. 20, 1898, to Mar. 15, 1899, 65,000 cub. ft. at $1.50 

Trempe, A. C, hardware, paint, &c 

Hardware, $3.75 ; lawn mower, $5.60 ; glassware, $4 ; sundries, $9.85 

St. Henri Post Office ($130.16)— 

Montreal Gas Co. : gas, June 2, 1898, to May 12, 1899, 74,900 cub. ft. at $1.20 per 1,000 ; 

meter, $3.60 

Montreal Water and Power Co., water, 12 m. to July 31, 1899 

Sawed maple, $6.40 ; rejig, lock, $1 

St. Hyacinthe Public Building ($1,415.53)— 

Caretaker, F. X. Tetrault, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Archambault, O. : new coil, $14 ; sundry plumbing, $16.92 

Beaunoyer, U. : polishing, cleaning and varnishing, 40 hrs. at 20c ; job painting and 
cementing flag-pole, $5; varnish, 2 galls, at $3.50; shellac, 1 gall, at $3; polishing 

table, $2 . . . 

Bernard, Henri : re-setting stone steps, custom entrance, $6 ; repair to plastering, 166§ 

yds. at 30c 

Marceau, V. : coal oil, 15 galls at 30c ; sundry, $15.20 

Morin, L. P. : building platform for customs office, $55 ; putting on and taking off double 

windows, 60 hrs. at 15c ; sundry repairs, $9 50 

Robitaille, S., & Co., Dom. flag 15 ft 

Rouleau, C. : egg coal, 30 '255 tons at $6 ; wood, 6 cords at $3.50 ; sawing, &c, $9 ... 
St. Hyacinthe Gas Co. : electric lighting, 1st to 8th of June, 1898 (without meter) 8 dys. 
at 7,818 watts a day at 10c per 1,000 ; Apr. 8 to Sept. 30, 1898, 25,834 amperes hrs. 

at ijc ; rent of meter, 6 m. $3 ; sundry electric fixings and repairs, $11.55 

St. Hyacinthe Light Co. ($256.35)— 

Electricity : Sept. 30, 1898, to Apr. 3, 1899, 2,185,500 watts at 10c per 1000 ; meter, $3 
Gas : 9 m. to Dec. 30, 1898, 19,200 ft. at 15c per 100 cub. ft.; meter, $2.25 ; Dec 30, 

1898, to Apr. 3, 1899, 1,500 ft. at 20c per 100 cub. ft. ; meter, 75c 

St. Hyacinthe Water Co. : water, 12 m. to July 1, 1899 

Curtains for P.O., $8; plumbing including 26 hrs. work at 30c, $9.86; foundry work, 

$9.70 

St. Jerome Public Building ($524.83)— 

Caretaker, A. Beaudry, 6 m. to Nov. 4, 1898 

Allaire, D., removing snow from sidewalk during winter of 1897-98 

Godmer, Chs. : coal, 25 "95 tons at $6.50 ; doz. brooms, $4 

Piche, Moise : 2-ft. maple, dry, 4 cords at $2.50 ; green, 6 cords at $2; 3-ft. hemlock, 

5 cords at $2 

Strasbourg, Jos.: shovelling snow from sidewalk, season 1898-99, $12 ; sawing and split- 
ting 10 cords wood, $5 

St. Jerome Power and Electric Lt. Co., electric lighting, 12 m. to Jan. 31, 1899 



Carried forward 109,235 76 



446 00 



139 05 

6 66 

75 00 

277 23 


90 75 


400 00 


52 00 
25 00 


20 00 
15 00 


97 43 
209 25 
42 00 
19 00 
11 90 
16 50 


250 00 
43 50 

110 00 
97 50 
33 67 
23 20 


93 48 

29 28 
7 40 


400 00 
30 92 



25 00 



56 00 
19 70 


73 50 

15 00 

311 53 


149 97 


331 55 


34 80 
150 00 


27 56 


25 00 
12 00 

172 68 


32 00 


17 00 
192 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q -91 



Dom i ii ion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 
1 >rought forward 



St. 
St. 



St. 



St. Jerome Public Building— Con. 

St. Jerome Corporation : water, 12 m. to 15 Apr., 1899, $57.77 ; repg. road, $13. 

Repairing sidewalk 

St. Johns Public Building ($2,943.69)- 

Caretaker, Leon Forrant, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Bessette, Chs. ($1,135)— 

Painting, whitewashing and sundry repairs per contract 

Work done as per tender, at St. Johns P.O 

Cartage for moving goods made by Paquette and Godbout from railway to P. O 

Mombleau, E.: connecting 1 pr. twin boilers, No. 5 Daisy; repairs and alterations per 
contract 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., postal bag rack containing 28 bags 

Paquet & Godbout, fixtures for St. Johns P. O. per contract 

Rubenstein Bros.: P. O. box fronts, 336 at $1.43; freight charges, $1.01 ; 4 cases, $3.75 . . 

Simard & Son, egg coal, 13 tons at $4.10 •. 

St. Johns Elec. Lt. Co., elec. lighting, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1899, per agreement 

Repairing clock, $1 ; sundry repairs, $5 ; sundries, $10.15 

Lin P. O. ($300)— 

Brien, Ovide, rent of building, 12 m. to Apl. 30, 1899 

Roch P. O. ($137.84)— 

Gunn. Francois, stove coal, 10 tons at $5.98 

Quebec Gas Co., gas, 12 m. to May 1, 1899, 34,700 c. ft. at $1.75 per M 

Repairing street, $1.75; 2^-ft. soft wood, 1 cord, $3.80; cutting, $1.60 ; removal of ashes, 
12 Ids. at 25c. ; carpenter repairs, $7.15 = 

Vincent de Paul Penitentiary ($120)— 

Boiler Inspection & Ins. Co.: 12 m. to July 1, 1899, 2 prem. on policies of $2,000 each, 

$40 ; prem. on $8,000, $80 

Three Rivers Customs-house ($911.35)— 

Caretaker, P. GraveJ, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 . . 

Buckley, Henry, hemlock, 11 cords at $6.50 

Guillemette, Nap., jr.: removing double windows, $6; taking off 60 prs. shutters, put- 
ting on double windows and 2 outside doors, $15.50; flagstaff fitted out, $30 ; sundries, 
$12.60 

Luckerhoff & Bros.: work on water-pipes and fitting, $7.52 ; work on galv. roof, $15. . . . 

Marchand, Zeph. : egg coal, 3 tons at $6 ; furnace coal, 45 tons at $5.75 ; chestnut, 3 tons 
at $5.95 

North Shore Power Co., elec. lighting, 8 m. to Dec. 31, 1898 

Three Rivers Water-works, water, 12 m. to July 1, 1899 

12 lamps at 30c; cleaning and scrubbing, $8 ; sundries. $3.35 

Three Rivers P. O. ($1,131.98)— 

Caretaker, Arthur Gauthier, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Buckley, H., wood, 6 cords at $6.50 

Gauthier, Z.: elec. light globes, 18 at 35c; 2 box soap, $6 ; 4 door springs at $1.35 ; sun- 
dries, $24.52 

Gouin, P. A., 100 ft. ^-in. cotton hose with nozzle 

Guillemette, Nap.: removing windows, $15.05; supplying, placing and painting 45 ft. 
galv. iron sheeting No. 6 at 60c per lin. foot, $27; kalsomining the walls of 2nd and 
3rd stories, 1,090 yds. at 10c; painting woodwork, 278 yds at. 15c; varnishing 2nd 
story, 320 yds. at 10c; placing 2 granite steps, 7^-ft., $51 ; taking down shutters, 
35 prs., putting up double, windows and 8 outside doors, at 25c each, $10575; put- 
ting in doz. panes glass at $1.25, $15 ; sundry carpenter work, $26.95 

Luckerhoff & Bro.: repairing water-pipes, furnace, hot w. coils, &c 

Marchand, Z. , coal 

North Shore Power Co.: electric lighting, 8 m. to Dec. 31, 1898, $61.68 ; 30 lamps, 114 
volts, exchanged at 12Ac 

Three Rivers Waterworks': water, 12 m. to July 1, 1899, $60 ; extra, $2 

Repairs, $9.75 ; elec. fittings, $4.15 ; hardware, $3.72 

Valley field Public Building ($549.05) - 

Dion & Guindon ; stove coal, 8 net tons at $5.75 ; stove repairs, $11.75 

Papineau, N., rent of P. O., 15 m. to Apl. 30, 1899, per lease, $375 ; taxes for 1898, $29.70 

Valleyfield Corporation, water, 24 m. to Apl. 30, 1900 

Valleyfield Elec. Co.: elec. lighting, 12 m. to Dec 31, 1898, at $3.30 per m.; 51amps, $2.80 

Cord maple, sawed, $6 ; plumbing, $2 ; sundries, $2 



Almonte Public Building ($630.82)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Moulton, 12 m. to June 30 

McArthur, Wm., egg coal, 20 tons at $5.95 

Paterson, Geo.: American oil, 96 97 galls, at 21c; wood, hard, 1 cord, $4.50; pine, 1 
cord, $2.50; sundry, $9.45 

Young Bros., pumping water to post office, 12 m. to June 30 

Amherstburg Public Building ($1,030.38)— 

Caretaker, Richard Elliott, 12 m. to June 30 

Carried forward 116,434 63 



$ cts. 
109,235 76 



70 77 
3 37 

350 00 

75 00 

1,050 00 

10 00 

184 00 
70 00 

400 00 

485 24 
53 30 

250 00 
16 15 

300 00 

59 80 

60 74 



17 30 



120 00 



300 00 
71 50 



64 10 
22 52 

294 60 
59 68 
84 00 
14 95 

400 00 
39 00 

42 22 
12 25 



328 45 

16 26 

148 75 


65 43 
62 00 
17 62 


57 75 
404 70 
34 20 
42 40 
10 00 


400 00 
119 00 


36 82 
75 00 


400 00 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 
Brought forward 



110 ft., $22.70 ; cement, $1 



$ cts. 
116,434 63 



meter rent, $1 



Amherstburg Public Building— CW. ftQQ 

Amherstburg Electric Light Co., lights,^ m. to Mar. 31, 1899 ... 

Arner Lewis, hickory wood, 5 cords at $3 .90 

Barron, T. P.: brooms, 10 at 25c; sundry, $3.50 . . . . . ... . ..... 

Cad well Silex Stone Co., Windsor, silex paving, 1,586 sq. ft. at 12c 

Cuddy-Mullen Coal Co., furnace coal, 24 tons at $5.50 

Dupuis, Frank ; digging drains, laying crocks, &c. 

Falls Bros., coal, 2 tons at $6 

Thompson, E., sodding, 56^ sq. yds. at 12c . . . . . 

Town of Amherstburg, water rates, 15 m. to Sept. 30 1899. . . . ••••••• 

Wigle David D.: 1 lawn mower, $6.50 ; sundry hardware, &c, $19.75 

Wilson, Wm.: 6-in. sewer crock, 110 ft. at 10c; sundry, $1.25 

2 storm sash, $2 ; putting up storm windows, $3 

Arnprior Public Building ($112.51)- 

Caretaker, R. B. McCreary, 3 m. to June 30 at $33. 65 

Hunt, R. D., wood, Sh cords at $2.25 ■ ■ 

Boiled oil, 4| galls. at"65c; 1 paint brush, 70c; toilet paper, $1 

Barrie Public Building ($826.16)— 

Caretaker, R. D. Hill, 12 in. to June 30 • • • 

Barrie Gas Co, gas, 105 m. to May 15, 1899, 78,400 ft at $1.75 

Barrie Water Works Co., water rates, 12 in. to Dec 1, 18 J9 

Caldwell, S.: brooms, 1 doz., $3 ; soap, 1 box^ $3.75. . ■-■••■ ■ ; ■ ■ 
Houlihan, D. C, carting ashes, $6 ; Moore, P. T., 100 ft. hose, $13. 

Scott, J. G. , furnace coal, 35 tons at $6 • 

Willis, J. H., scoop shovels. 2 at $1 . 10 

Belleville Public Building ($2,860.80)-- 

Caretaker, J. P. Reeves, 12 m. to June 30 

Alfred & Lear, carpenter repairs ;■'*:«« %> '■' 

Belleville Gas Co., gas, 12 in to Mar. 24, 1899, 198,500 ft. at $2.25 . . . 

Belleville Water Works, water rates, 18 m. to June 30. . 

Carman, T. S., furnishing 564 numbers for post office, per contract . 

Chown, W. W., & Co., sundry repairs $11 ; Dmsbury R., cartage, $8 . . . ... . .. . 

Dol in, Frank: Portland cement, 4 brls. at $2.75; labour, 2} d. at $3, 2 d. at $l.o0, 

sundry, $3.50 

Ford, T. D., locksmith, repairs - - • ,v -.V • V- \ ' W' VkW^'" ' 

Frost, J. G., office chairs, 1 at $7.50, 2 refmished m leather at $3.50 . . . . ■■■■ 

Grille, Lewis : carting and shipping old P.O. boxes, $30.72 ; carpenter repairs, &c, $< 5.3a 
Hanley, Tlios., services as architect, 5 p. c on $881 25. . ... .... . . . . . . . . • ■ ■ ■ •■■ 

Holmes Samuel : dressed lumber, 470 ft. at 2c; labour llf d at $2.25 ; sundries, $4^55 
LaidlavJ&Ketcheson: carpet, 22 yds. at $1.35; damask, 6 yds. at $1.25; rugs, 2 *t $b 

Leaventc.' G '^egg coal,' 77 '04 tons at $5.20 ;' wood, hard 4 cords at $6 \ pine, 3 cords at $3 

Marsh & Hentborne, pipe hand rails, 2 at $7 

Owen, James, plumbing repairs ^■:- m A " ' * *i * V" : ' ui. " mm 

Rubenstein Bros. : 564 P.O. box fronts at $1.43 ; 6 cases at $1 ; freight, $3.63 

Weir, John, sprinkling streets facing public building, 34 weeks at 75c. ... . . . . . . . . .. ■< ■ ■ 

1 basket, $1 25 ; 1 doz brooms, $2.40 ; glazing windows, $5.40 ; 37 packages toilet paper 

$3.70. sundry, $10.17 " 

Berlin Public Building ($1,025,971— 

Srfe^ 

Berlin Water Works : water rates, 12 m. to June 30, $44.79 ; watering street 1899, $4.72 
Bowman, Reuben : cover for main entrance steps, $10 ; carpenter repairs, ^16.66 
Citizens' Gas Control Co., governor rent, 12 m. to Dec 9, 1898. . . . . . . •■••••• 

Hymmen, H., hardware and repairs, $15.55; Starnaman & Son 8 blinds $o.7o. 
Kloepfer & Co., coal : bituminous, 295 tons at $4 ; egg 28 "535 tons at $5 50. . . . 

_j~_ i „„„a «er; . bard, 6 cords at $6 



fixtures, $2.10. 



Mitchell, Wm.,' wood cut and split : cedar, 1 cord, $5 
Brampton Public Building ($826.22)— 

Caretaker, James McBride, 12 m. to June 30 ... 

Brampton Gas Co. : gas, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1899, 72,000 ft, at 

Brampton Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to June 30 . 

Citizens' Gas Control Co., governor rent, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 18 J9 : ■ ■•••••• • • • • 

Cook, Jas., street watering, 25 weeks at 25c ; Milner, W. E , & Co., sundnes, $8^40. 

Crisp, Thos. : cleaning and refinishing cabinet woodwork and floors of post omce, $^5.1U , 
whitewashing ceiling and walls, $15.58 • • • • • • •- • 

Hutton Electric Co., light for post office lane, 12 m. to Dec 31, 1H97 . . . . . . . • • 

Peaker & Son : coal, 24 tons egg, .2 tons nut, at $4.75 ; rubber hose, 50 ft., $5 
cord hard, \ cord soft, $7 ; sundry, $4.95 

2h doz. toilet paper, $3 ; labour, $1.50 ; sundry repairs, $5.20 

Brantford Public Building ($1,388.80)— 

Caretaker, John Squire, 12 m. to June 30 . . . . . . . ... • ■ ■ • • • • ; • • • • • • ■ • ■ ■ ■ 

Bishop, John, & Son, sundries, $12.67 ; Frankland, G. H., plumbing, $40 95.. 



wood, 1 



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153 15 

19 50 

6 00 

190 00 

132 00 

23 70 

12 00 

6 78 
43 75 
26 25 
12 25 

5 00 

100 00 

7 88 
4 63 

400 00 

138 21 

50 00 

6 75 
19 00 

210 00 
2 20 

600 00 
17 05 

446 64 
90 00 
30 00 
19 00 

25 00 
7 65 
14 50 
106 07 
44 06 
40 38 

52 80 
433 58 

14 00 

55 50 
816 15 

25 50 

22 92 

400 01 
293 21 

49 51 

23 33 

28 86 

21 30 

168 75 

41 00 

400 00 

146 10 

25 00 

19 64 
14 65 

50 68 

20 00 

140 45 

9 70 

600 00 
53 62 

123,370 29 



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nonunion Buildings : maintenance— Continued, 



Brought forward 



Brantford Public Building — Con. 

Boiler [rapection and [nsurance Co., premium on insurance of $2,000 12 m to July 1 
Brantford Electric and Operating Co. : incandescent light, 12 m to Anril 1 lAQQ raw- 
extra lighting, 3 lights, Dec. 20, 1897, to April 1, $3.76: 1 socket 25c ' 

Brantford Water Works, water rates, 12 in. to Mar. 1, 1899.. 

Ker & Good win, repairs to boiler in post office. ' 

Mann, .John, & Suns, egg coal, 01 31 tons at $&92 ; Mitelie^ C.'j., repairs to' locks, $3 75 
Murray A painting win lows and door* and putting round moulding on same 
Strobndge& Co., teaming, $3; Wilson, F. : wood, 1 cord, $3.50 ; soft maple, 1 cord,' $4 25 
Brockville Public Building ($1,561.84)— ' ' ' 

Caretaker, W. H. Moore, 12 m. to June 30 

Booth, G. K, painting 16 letter boxes, $8 ; Deegan, J. E.', " repairing i oof,' $16. 45 

Brockvdle Light and lower Co. : gas, 11 ,„. to Apl. 80, 1899, 22X.100 ft, at $2 ; meter 

T. T' 1 u u-° : "i'v " f f ' 8Cent hght ' lL 1,K t0 Mar - 31 ' 18 "' S9 J 3 16 c. p. lamps 90c 
Brockville Water W oiks, water rates, 12 m. to Oct. 31, 1809 

Brown & Semple: 1 standard hot water thermometer, $6.40: pluinbinjr reDaira i8 43*' ' 

Dobbie, A. G & Co.: 2 pipe guards, $34.50 ; 1 brass letter plate, $2 g * ' ' ' 

Fitzpatrick, E., sundry repairs, $20.57 ; Loftus, J., cement painting sis 

Mu doon, Hy., carting ashes. $8.40 : Shields, G. E., coal, 12 tons at $5.25 

0D c&tfe »»' Ca ^ tand <* 

People's Coal Co.: coal, 30 tons egg, 6 tons nut at $5. 

Roumson, W . P., painting 100 yds. iron roofing at 10c 

Smart, R. H.: mop cloth, 25 yds. at 20c: sundries, 87^84! 

Woods, Jas., painting floors of public building. 

24 rolls toilet paper. $2 : small items, s4.25 " 

Carleton Place Public Building (6473.95)— 

Caretaker, J. F. Halpenny, 12 m. to June 30.. 

Hughes, Thos. : coal oil, 200 galls, at 25c. ; sundries, $L: .'.'.'.' 

Patterson, Wm., green hardwood, 4 cords at §3.50 

People's Coal Co. , grate coal, 20 tons at $5.25 

Half doz. brooms, 81.50 ; 20 lbs. soap, 81.20 ; sundry 81 25 

Cayuga Public Building (8529.31)— 

Caretaker, G. A. Gibson, 12 m. to June 30 

Bunn, J. A.; 3 bars and clips for doors at 81.50 ; repairs 82 80 

Carmody, J. F., gas, 12 m. to Sept. 1, 1898, for heating ' ' " 

Cayuga Electric Light and Power Co., light G m. to Nov 16 1898 ' " 

Grant A. J stove coal, 1015 tons at 86 ; Mitchell, Alex., 'hard ware,' 812! Go' ' ' ' 

-Powell, Cx. R., cleaning and repairing post office clock. 



1,486 sq. ft. at 18c; repairs, 84. 



rent, $7.20 



Silica Barytic Stone Co. : cement walk 
Chatham Public Building ($863.86)— 

Caretaker, W. W. Mitchell, 12 m. to June 30 

Central Drug Store : feather dusters at 75c; small items, 83 50 

Chatham City, water rates, 12 m. to Dec. 1, 1899 

Chatham Gas Co.: gas , 11 m. to Mar. 31, 1899,168,600 ft.' at' *2 -'meter 
less allowance for use of gas stove, 813 

Malcolmson, Hugh : brooms, 3 doz. at 82.50 ; small items," 82 J5 

Morton & Adam, sundries 87.79 ; Scott, J. L., egg coal, 2047 tons at 85.25 

tirt 2°3 "fi Tt V v7 ng r r lc ^ es f nd hl P" °, f «*&<* Post office with galvanized iron,' i^in 

^ if t' f ■ I °- ; G "> m - Rt F£ <% * late ' 128 ft - at 5c;repairs to roof, 823. 

Snell, J. R. painting porches of P. O., 88 ; Stone, Thos, 1 fla°- 815 

Watt, Jas. & Sons : 1 gas meter, 814 ; hose, 50 ft. at 15c. , 50 ft. at 14c ; sundry ' 8738 ' 

500 paving bricks, 84 /covering two stools, 82.50 ; small items, 86.95. . Y ' 
Cobourg Public Building (.S893.90)— 

Caretaker, Hy. Pavne, 12 m. to June 30 

Ch r rT n L & T°" ! Pine w° d ' \ °T U .^ *^° \ Cari ' ut ^rs,' C.', 'carpenter repairs,' 8 8 ',86' ' ' ' 
Clark, Jas T., 1 regulator clock, $15 ; Plunkett, Geo., egg coal, 35"38 tons at 84 75 
Cobourg Electric Light & Power Co. : electric light, 12 ml to April 11 1890 

hours at lc ; 12 renewal lamps, 83 ; meter rent 83 
Cobourg Gas Co. : gas, 12 m. to April 1, 1899, 52,700 ft at 82 " 
Cobourg Water Works Co., water rates, 12 m. to duly 1 
Cornwall Public Building (81,393.97)— 

Caretaker, Robt. Conroy, 12 m. to June 30 

Care of tower clock, L. E. Bailey, 12 m. to Aug 18 1898 

Armstrong, G. W., sundries, 86.46; Bailey, L. E ' 

Broderick, John, hard wood, 4 cords at 84.75. ' 

Campbell Bros., repairing roof, 820.66; Flack Bros., coal, 40 tons at' 86' ' ' 

Cornwall Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to July 1 

Jarvo, Alex. : floor paint, 7| galls at 81.40 ; sundry, $3.61 '. 

Mattice Wm., taking down and putting up double windows, 4 d. at $1.50 ' ' 

St ° r r ^^nt^O^famp j^m.! IS ?, ?. ^ l > ^ ' l ™>™ ft "' ai »* 



13,610 ampere 
meter rent, 82 



repairs to tower clock, $7.35. 



Carried forward . 



1 cte. 

123,370 29 



20 00 

325 95 
30 40 
64 00 

244 08 
40 00 

10 ::. 

400 00 
24 45 

470 50 
170 00 

1 1 83 
36 50 
38 57 
71 40 

85 50 

180 00 

16 CO 

12 84 
35 00 

6 25 

300 00 
51 00 
14 00 

105 00 
3 95 

50 00 

7 30 
100 00 

25 00 

73 53 

2 00 

271 48 

350 00 

8 00 
40 00 

211 40 

9 65 
115 24 

57 24 
23 00 
35 88 
13 45 

400 00 

15 si; 

183 04 

142 10 

107 40 

45 50 

400 00 
75 00 
13 81 
1!) 00 

260 66 

75 00 

13 76 

6 00 

494 35 

129,785 91 



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63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



$9.86. 



Cornwall Public Building— Con. 

Turner, N. & Son ; maple wood, 4| cords at $4 ; sundries 

Plumbing repairs, .$4,08 ; sundry labour, &c, $4.45 

Dundas Public Building ($645.08)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Graham, 12 m. to June 30 

Dundas Gas Light Co. : gas, 13 m. to May 1, 1899, 2,400 ft. at $2.75, 11,800 ft. at $2.25 ; 
meter rent, $1.95 ; street lamp, 13 m. to May 1, $45.50 

Sturrock, C, nut coal, 3*11 tons at $4.65 ; Wilson, R. T., office rent, 12 m. to June 30, $500. 
Gait Public Building ($962.75)- 

Caretaker, Wm. Kilgour, 12 m. to June 30 

Citizens' Gas Control Co., rent of gas governor, 15 m. to April 1, 1899 

Colvin & Fraser : coal, bituminous, 2 tons at $4.40 ; furnace, 25 tons at $5.70 

Fairgrieve & Blyth : repairs to P. O. floor, $16.40 ; locks and bar, $7.85 

Ferrah, R., toilet paper, 5 doz. at $1 ; Grove, E. H., 1 oak seat, $7 

Gait Gas Light Co. : gas, 12 m. to April 1, 1899, 87,200 ft at $2 ; meter rent, $2.10 

Goodf ellow, B. , painting letter boxes 10 at $1 ... , ' 

Hogg, J. S., wood 5 cords at $5.50 ; Parker & Co., plumbing repairs, $14.46 . 

McLeod, R. : whitewashing, 300 yds at 4c. ; painting, 120 yds. at 8c 

Sloan, John : brooms, 1 doz., $2.75 ; brushes, h doz., 75c. ; soap, 1 box, $3.25 

Scott, W. & F. A., repairs, $2 ; Woods & Taylor, linoleum, 63 yds at $1 

Town of Gait : water rates, 12 m. to July 1, $25 ; sprinkling street, July 1-Oct. 15, $3.51 
Gananoque Custom-house ($858.45)— 

Bennett, I. W. & Son, plumbing repairs 

Brathwaite, A. & H.: boiled oil, 13 galls, at 60c; white lead, 350 lbs. at 6c; sundry, $8.46. 

Britton, C. E., coal, 20 tons anthracite, 2 tons bituminous, at $4.75 

Britton, W. H., repairs to floors and premises : lumber, $15.56 ; paid John Lashay, jun., 
for labour, 6 d. at $1.50 

Edwards, Andrew, 6 curtains 

Ferris, Thos. : plastering and kalsomining, $40 ; repairs to floor and chimney, $7 . 85 



Fullerton, W. B.: wall paper, 89 rolls, $10.86 ; border, 55^ yds., $4.09. 

Gananoque Electric Light Co.: lighting, 1 year to Dec. 5,^1898, $94 ; 1 electrolier, $6.41. 

Harrison, I. W.: wall paper, 54 rolls, $10.60 ; border, 119^ yds., $4.78 

Haynes, Geo. B. : furnishing and fixing bath-room closet, tank, basin, boiler and connec- 
tions, $100 ; repairs to roof, $16, to kitchen pump, $8, to well pump, $1 

Ives, H. R. & Co., Buffalo heater, $114.80, freight on same, $4.57 

Jamieson, A. H., fitting boiler : labour, 46 h. at 40c ; supplies, $18.80 

Lashay, John : labour, 23 d. at $1.25 ; labour of boy, 8tj d. at 50c 

Lyons, Samuel, painting and papering interior of building 

Mills, Matthew : labour at drak, U d. at $2, 24 at $1.25 ; supplies, $2.99 

Scantlebury, C. B.: wall paper, 121 rolls, $15.80 ; border, 73 yds., $3.94 ; frieze, 79 yds., 
$11.36 

Woodland, Geo. A.: labour painting building. 15 d. at $2, 2\ at $1.50, 6| at $1 

Gananoque Post Office ($256.80)— 

Britton, C. E., coal, 11 tons stove, 3 tons nut, at $4 . 75 

Brown, A. D., taking down and putting up porch 

Gananoque Electric Light Co., lighting, 1 year to Dec. 5, 1898 

Hudson, Thos., furnishing new water spout and repairing P. O. vault . 

Mitchell & Wilson : taking down porch in 1896 and 1897, $10 ; repairs, $1.30 

Wilson & Son : wood, 3 cords soft at $1 . 50, 3 cords hard at $2 . 25 

Goderich Public Building ($736.08)— 

Caretaker, Geo. Bissett, 12 m. to June 30 

Allan, Alex. McD.: 3 doz. electric lights at $3 ; sundries, $3.10 

Cartage and Fuel Co., wood, cut and split, 5^ cords at $5 

Lee, Wm., hard coal, 25 "83 tons at $5 "40 ; Strachan, D. K., enlarging bag rack, $7.50. . 

Tipling, T. G. : D. C. soap, 1 box, $5 ; sundries, $8 

Town of Goderich : water rates, 12 m. to June 30, $60 ; electric light, 12 m. tj March 31, 
1899, $80 ; installing electric lights, 25 at $1.80 

Welsh, W. T. , repairing clock 

Guelph Public Building ($1,252.98)— 

Caretaker: W. J. McCrea, July -Sept., $99.99; Robt. Higham, Oct. -June, $300.01. 

Bruce, A. & Son, carpenter repairs, $13.51 ; Frank, F., grate coal, 34 "43 tons at $5.43g. . 

Citizens' Gas Control Co., rent of gas governor, 15 m. to March 31, 1899 

Guelph Cartage & Oil Co. , teaming ashes 

Guelph Light & Power Co.: gas, 12 m. to April 1, 1899, 42,300 ft. at $1.70, 89,800 ft. 
at $1 .60 , 

Guelph Water Works, water rates, 15 m. to July 15, 1899 

Hutcheon, Jas., covering gangway at P. O.: labour, $30.85 ; cement pavement, 1,487 sq. 
ft. at ll|c; iron rails, 3,510 lbs. at 70c; cedar plank, $15.12 ; 3 wrought iron grates 
and fittings, $31 .30 , sundry, $19 80 

Kennedy, J.: wood, 1 cord, $5.75, 2 cords at $5.45 ; cedar, 1 cord, $3.75 

Morris, Geo. B.: f-in. extra hose, 50 ft., $7.50 ; sundry, $4 

Cleaning chimneys, $3 ; repairs, $4.35 ; sundries, $9.70 



Carried forward 134,534 44 



cts. 



129,785 91 



27 86 
8 53 

50 00 

80 62 
514 46 

400 00 
24 88 

151 30 
24 25 
12 00 

176 50 

10 00 
41 96 
21 60 

6 75 
65 00 

28 51 

24 23 

37 26 
104 50 

24 56 

2 55 

47 85 

14 95 
100 41 

15 38 

125 00 
119 37 
37 20 
33 00 
65 d0 
35 99 

31 10 
40 10 

G6 50 

11 75 
141 00 

15 00 
11 30 

11 25 

350 00 

12 10 
27 50 

146 98 

13 00 

185 00 
1 50 

400 00 
200 60 

32 06 

14 00 

215 59 
49 14 



292 64 
20 40 
11 50 
17 05 



. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-95 



Dominion Buildings 

Brought forward . . 



Maintenance— Continued. 



Hamilton Dril] Hall ($360)— 

Caretaker, Henry Harris, Nov. -June, 8 m. at $45 

Hamilton Public Building- ($5,090.97)— 

Caretaker, A. Barnard, 12 m. to June 30 

Engineer of Custom-house hoist, Thos. Nicholson^ 12 in.' to June 30 

1 ireman Jno. Wigglesworth, Oct. 5-May 15, at $40 a month 

Bailey, Geo. ,2 locks, with 3 keys to each, for letter box fronts at' $1 20 ' ' ' 
Boulter & G.lmore, sundries, $9.75; Cloke, J. G., toilet paper, 5 doz at $1 
Citizens Gas Control Co rent of 2 gas governors, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1899 
Colgan, Thos., voucher B 3072 nntatanri;™ ' iC 

Dow, 



H. & J., wood, 5 cords at $0 ; Fairley &' Stewart,' plumbing repairs' $24 80 

Hamilton Gas Light Co., gas, 12 m. to April 1, 1899 : custom-house 04 300 ft nt «Y kn 

meter rent, $4 40; post office, 918,800 ft. at $1.40, meter ren $12 ' ** $1 ' 4 °' 

Hamilton Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to July 1 

LSh^^ r x;u^^^r tending clocks in p - ° :; 12 -•' toJu - 2 >' mK : : : : 

Malcolm & Souter, floor covering for offices, 89A yds. linoleum 

People s Coal Co., coal : 105 tons egg at $3.50 ; "9 tons nut at $3.75 

Reid, W J carpenter work, $81 ; Ross Bros., glazing, $0.75 

Wilson, John : repairs to furnace, roof, &c, $33 ; 2 iron scuttles $S 

mge£& rSoSE <&£i repairs to awumgs - * 3 - 75 ; smd 'y- «•'«>■ : ■'■'■■"•" '■ :::::::::: 

Allen, Thos., painting street letter boxes, 8 at $1.10 

Kingston Custom-house ($911.55)— 

Attending furnace, R. B. Murray, Oct. 10- Mar. 31, at $12 a month 

Breck, J H electric supplies, $20 ; Brookes, T. S., carpenter wort $15' 05 

Carnovsky Wood Mfg Co.: pair gates painted and hun^fladZ $20 repairs $8 05 ' ' 
Carson Mrs. A., scrubbing and cleaning offices, June-Mar., May at $8a m ' " ' 

^estiSciSrgS^^^ 13 - * «*"' 7 * C - -missioi^^nts; $17.46 ; 

1898, $8.95 ' ' *° 4 - 10 ; street watering 

McNeil, Neil, plumbing repair's, $58.39 ; McRae Bros 
Kobmson Bros.: painting walls and varnishing room 
towards, Jas., coal, egg and nut, 45 tons at $5.20 
Cord kindling, $3.50; 25 rolls toilet paper, $2.75 
Kingston Examining Warehouse ($38.95)— 

Kingston Water Works : water rates, 12 m. to Dec 31 1S9S «i9dn..f *. 

Sowards, Jas., coal, 5 tons at $5.20 ' ' * A ° ' Street wat e™ig, 55c 

Kingston Inland Revenue ($189.54)— ' ■ 

Crumby Bros : oilcloth, 20 yds. at 75c; mats, 2 at 05c 

Harrison, T. F. & Co., 3 chairs. . ' 

Kingston Light Co. : gas, 12 m. to Mar. '31,' 189^ 34, 100* & at $2 • meter rent $0 

Kingston Water Works, water rates : Ontario St. 12 m. to Dec 3? 189* firin M 'i ' ', 

v ,' 711 at 2b lc -» street watering, 75c. 

Kingston Military College ($1,440)— 

Engineer, Wm. Johnston, 12 m. to June 30 

* ireman, M. Madden, 12 m. to June 30 

Kingston Post Office, ($1,450.39)— 

Attending furnace > Alex . Milligan, Oct. 10-Mar. 31, at $12 a month 

Carnovsky Wood M'f '*. Co. , carpenter work 

Chown, A. & Co., hardware, $5.05 ; Clark, Mrs A ' ' 

Urawford 



sundries, $5.15. 

$7; glass, $2.55., 

sundry, $2.10.'.'...'.'. 



7,164 at 32 -4c. 



~ M ..Irs. A., scrubbing, etc., $42 50 

, R.: kindling wood, 2 cords, $7 ; McNeil, Neil, plumbing etc t^ 91 ' 
Us, A., services as architect, see Custom-house for dftails g ' ' ^ 



fSn p^ip ^ ass sss it^satTNf • • 

Robinson Bros. : painting and varnishing letter boxes, 30 i at $1 40 t ass $4 60 

towards, Jas., egg coal, 39 tons at $5.20. '* 

Kemovmg rubbish, $1.25 ; sundries, $1.80 

Lindsay Public Building ($672.32)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Galbraith, 12 m. to June 30 

J ackman, John, painting fence, etc. and cementing floor! 

Kennedy Davis & Son, hemlock slabs, 4 cords at $1.05 

McLennan & Co : coal, 20 tons egg, 3 tons nut, at $o!l6 

Three floor brushes, $2.50 ; cleaning w. c, $0 ; sundrv $3 50 

London Custom-house ($2,372.11)— binary, sw.DU 

Engineer, M. Mulkern, 12m. to June 30, $000 ; caretaker, W. Greer, 12m. to June 30 
Carried forward 



$ cts . 
134,534 44 



360 00 



600 00 


600 00 


292 90 


86 40 


14 75 


144 13 


40 00 


54 80 


1,392 74 


1,000 00 


15 00 


23 50 


89 50 


611 25 


87 75 


36 00 


8 25 


8 80 


09 00 


35 05 


34 05 


88 00 


227 06 


79 00 


63 35 


63 54 


9 55 


234 00 


8 35 


12 95 


26 00 


16 30 


3 00 


74 20 



90 04 



780 00 


660 00 


69 00 


27 85 


47 55 


65 21 


226 00 


546 00 


48 78 


46 60 


173 55 


202 80 


3 05 



400 00 

10 92 

6 60 

82 50 

20 00 

140 30 
12 00 

1,000 00 



145,708 96 



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63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dominion Buildings : maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



London Custom-house— Con. 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co., 2 premiums, each on $2,000, 12 m. to July 1 

Cameron, A. D. & Son, coal, 10"04 tons at $5.25 ; Green, A., removing ashes, $6 

Daly, Jno. M.: soft coal, 4 tons at .$3.20 ; Cray, P., removing ashes, $18 

Malloch, Win, & Co.: 3 window grates, $10.04 ; resetting w. grates, labour, 25| h. at 40c, 

lead, 80 lbs. at 4c ... . . 

Lewis, K.., repairing, putting up and removing window sashes and sundry glazing 

London Gas Co.: gas, 12 m. to June 2, 1899, 181,100 ft. at $1 ; meter rent, $4.80. 

London Electric Co.: incandescent light, 12 m. to April 1, 1899, 4,308,400 watt h. at 9c. 

per M. ; meter rent, $3 

London Water Works, water rates, 15 m. to July 15, 1899 

Partridge, T.: plumbing repairs, $19.89 ; Peoples' Coal Co., egg coal, 78*52 tons at $4.35. 
Rendell, Geo.: hardwood, cut and split, 5h cords at $6.30, 2 at $6 ; kindling wood, 4 cords 

at $4 •"• 

Furniture repairs, $3.45 ; locksmith repairs, $4.20 

London Post Office ($4,234 . 89)— 

Engineer, John Price, 1 2 m. to June 30 

Bartlett, W. H., removing ashes, $27 ; Cameron, A. D. & Son, egg coal, 20'36 tons at $5.25 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co., premium on $2,000, 12 m. to July 1, 1899 

Burnett, Alex. & Son : putting up new gate post, $15 ; iron rod, $1.50 ; flagging, 37 sq. 

ft. at 38c. ; repairs, 26 h. at 40c 

Cowan Hardware Co.: fin. 4-ply hose, 100 ft. at 15c; sundry, $1.55 

Daly, John M., soft coal, 5 tons at $3.20 ; Hunt, F. C., plumbing repairs, $228.48 

Ferguson, John & Sons : brass castors, 8 set, $8 ; furniture repairs, $4.50 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg. Co., rubber strips for revolving doors, 30 ft. at 25c 

London Electric Co.: incandescent lighting, 12 m. to April 1, 1899, 18,509,200 watt h. at 

9c. per M. ; meter rent, $3 

London Gas Co. : gas, 12 m. to June 1, 1899, 23,500 ft. at $1 ; meter rent, $7.80 

London Water Works, water rates, 15 m. to July 15, 1899 

Malloch, Wm. & Co., 1 grate, $5.50 ; People's Coal Co., egg coal, 80 19 tons at $4.35. . . 

Moran & Ridge, detailed in 1897-98 (page Q— 51) 

Pace & Fitzgerald, painting, &c, $57 .88 ; cleaning windows, $10. 

Reid Bros. & Co., toilet paper, 2 cases at $8 ; Roger's Electric Co., supplies, $20.38 

Rendell, Geo.: hardwood, cut and split, 2 cords at $6.50, 5| at $6.30, 2 at $6 ; kindling 

wood, 1\ cords at $4 . 50, 4 at $4 

Stevely, Wm. & Son : hot air register and connections, $10 ; sundry, $6.65 

Tytler, Wm.: carpenter work, $266.41 ; detailed in 1897-98 (page Q— 51), $355.45 

16" tins concentrated soda alkali, $2 ; express, 35c . . 

Napanee Public Building ($889.36)- 

Caretaker, Robt Webster, 12 m. to June 30 

Care of clock, F. W. Smith & Bros., 1 year to April 1, 1899 

Denison, S. Casey, wood, 4 cords at $3 25 ; McCabe, E. R., kalsomining, $35 

Jamieson, R. C. & Co.: varnish, 4 galls, at $2.75, 1 at $2.50 ; 1 box, 25c 

Madole, M. S.: repairing tank, $9.49 ; sundry repairs, $11.78 

Napanee Gas Co. : gas, 12 m. to April 1, 1899, 13,500 ft. at $2.40, 54,500 at $2; meter 

rent, $3 

Napanee Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to Nov. 1, 1899 

Vanluven, F. E., egg coal, 30 tons at $4.65 , 

Labour putting on storm windows „ 

Niagara Falls Public Building ($1,358.94)— 

Caretaker, W. J. Sheppard, 12 m. to June 30 

Dennis, D. : watering streets, July-Sept., 3 m. at $4 ; hardwood, 10 cords at $6 

Harriman, Jas., making platform : material and laying, $8 ; filling, $3. . . 

Henderson, J. T.: contract for plumbing, $390 ; extras, $6.77 ; sundry repairs, $46.72 . . 

Niagara Falls Electric Light Co., electric light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1899 

Niagara Falls Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to July 1 

Thomas, P., 18-ft. Dominion flag, 1, $16 ; Thomas, W. E., coal, 35 tons at $4.10 

Wilson, John, supplies 

Orangeville Public Building ($905.67)— 

Caretaker, John Wilkins, 12 m. to June 30 

Gray & Co., repairs, $6.65 ; Lennox, W. C, short hardwood, 10 cords at $2 

Guelph Pavement Co. , on account of work done 

Lath well, Jos. R., coal : grate, 13 '15 tons, stove, 1'55 tons at $6 ; nut, "25 tons, $1.65. . . 
Orangeville Electric Light Co.: incandescent light, 12m. to Feb. 15, 1899, $144 ; install- 
ing street lamp, $2 

Orangeville Water Works, water rates, 15 m. to Sept. 30, 1899 

Varnishing doors, $4 ; machinist repairs, $4 . 10 ; sundry, $10.07 

Orillia Public Building ($627.85)- 

Caretaker at $15 am.: M. Millar, July-Oct., $60 ; Jno. Frawley, Nov. -June, $120 

Cooke, H. & Co., toilet paper, 1 case, $7 ; Eaton, J. R., carpenter repairs, $6.20 

Frost, W. S. & Co., 8 day clock, 1, $8 ; Goffat, Thos., office furniture, $42 

Gilpin Bros., electric lamps, 2 doz., $7 .20, 2 doz., $7 



Carried forward , 154,727 33 



$ cts. 
145,708 96 



40 00 
58 68 

30 80 

23 44 

35 85 
185 90 

390 76 
175 00 
361 38 

62 65 

7 65 

600 00 
133 87 

20 00 

40 96 

16 55 

244 48 

12 50 

7 50 

1,668 83 

31 30 
100 00 
354 25 
178 25 

67 88 

36 38 

81 28 

16 65 

621 86 

2 35 

400 00 
50 00 
48 00 

13 75 

21 27 

144 40 

69 44 

139 50 

3 00 

300 00 

72 00 

11 00 

443 49 

325 00 

25 00 
159 50 

22 95 

400 00 

26 65 
200 00 

89 85 

146 00 
25 00 
18 17 

180 00 

13 20 
50 00 

14 20 



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Brought forwaid 



Orillia Public Building— Con. 

Ingalls, E. : hardwood, 2 cords at $3 ; pine, 5 cords at $1 . 50 . 

Mainer, Robt.: firepot section of boiler, $55 ; putting into boiler, $10 ; repairs, $25 

Tait, A. , egg coal, tons at $6 . 50, 20 tons at $6 ... 

Town of Orillia: lighting, 10 m. to Mar. 31, 1899, $68; water rates, 12 in. to April 1, 

1899, $32.50 

* 12 brooms, $3 . 00 ; glass, 85c. ; removing ashes, $3 

Pembroke Public Building ($732.12) 

Caretaker, Samuel Hamilton, 12 m. to June 30 

Pembroke Electric Light Co., lighting, 33 16 c. p., lamps, 12 m. to April 30, 1899 

Skinner & Ryan : coal, 20 28 tons at $5 54 ; pine, 7 cords at $2 

Toilet paper, $3 ; 2 galls, floor wax oil, $4 ; repairs, 75c. . . , 

Peterborough Public Building ($1,848.87)— 

Caretaker, John Irwin, July -Jan., 7 m. at $41.66, Feb. -June, P. O., 5 m. at $25 

Caretaker, Wm. Taylor, Feb. -June, custom house, 5 m. at $25 . 

Clarke & Gibson, cleaning and repairing tower clock 

Dickson Co., soft wood, 3 loads, $6 ; Hall, R. & Son : matting, 16| yds. at 65c; matting 

ends, 32c 

Hall, A.: f-in. 3 ply hose, 50 ft. at 12c; toilet paper, 5 doz. at $1 ; sundry, $2.63 

Kingscote, Alfred : recovering 2 awnings, $10 ; putting up awnings, 75c 

O'Brien, M., removing ashes, $8.50 ; Redner, T. A., repairs on locks, $11.95 

People's Coal Co.: coal, 48 937 tons at $4.25 ; nut coal, 4 057 tons at $4.50 

Peterborough Light Co., electric light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1899: custom-house, 339,000 

watts at 15c, 1(58,000 at 20c ; post office, contract, $430 

Peterborough Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to June 30 : custom-house, $50 ; post 

office, $75 

Sheehy, Dolan, voucher outstanding, 47,170 

Watson, H. W., painting and varnishing 15 letter boxes 

Carpenter repairs, $2.60 ; dressing 10 stone steps, $3 ; sundries, $4.10 

Petrolia Public Building ($616.68)-- 

Caretaker, Chas. McRitchie, 12 m. to June 30 

Imperial Oil Co. : oil, 88 '7 galls, at 16c, 50 12 galls, at 15£c.; less 2 brls., $1.20 

Kelly & Parkinson, mason work, $7 ; Kerr, J. & J., egg coal, 20 tons at $5 

Lowery, J. A., papering walls, $24.95 ; Oil Well Supply Co., sundry, $6 

Petrolia Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to July 1 

Pollard, E. & S.: coal oil, 6 galls, at 20c; gasolene, 78 galls, at 20c; sundries, $8.05 

Sundry supplies : A. Scarsbrook, $1.10 ; Van Tuyl & Fairbank, $2.25 

Port Arthur Public Building ($673.16)— 

Caretaker, J. Whitehead, 12 m. to June 30 . . 

Harstone & Byrnes, egg coal, 18 tons at $5.21 ; Laplant, E., wood, 6 cords at $3.50 

Marks, Clavet, Dobie Co., supplies, $6.45 ; McCutcheon & Co., painting contract, $50. . 

Smith, D., travelling expenses from Winnipeg to Port Arthur and return 

Town of Port Arthur : electric light, 12 66 m. to April 30, 1899, $131 .94 ; 12 lamps, $4.20. 

Wells & Emmerson, supplies . 

Teaming, $2.25 ; sundry items, $1.84 ; soap, brooms, matches. $5.50 

Port Colborne Public Building ($668.20)— 

Caretaker, W. Armstrong, 12 m. to June 30 

Burrow, S., putting in water service, $18 ; Jarvis, S. M., repairs, $3.50 

Mutual Natural Gas Co., light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1899 

Mcintosh & Griffiths, work done on P. O. building : kalsomining, 500 yds. at 7c; matched 

sheathing, 770 sq. ft. at $20; maple, 200 ft., $8 ; galvanized iron cornice, 150 ft. at 

7£c; painting, 30 yds. at 20c, 360 at 18c, 50 at 16c, 200 at 12£c, 125 at 12c, 50 at 

10c ; sundry items, $56 , 

Port Colborne Water Works, water rates, 9 m. to July 1 

Twohey, R. L. : oil, 50 galls, at 20c ; sundries, $16. 75 

Port Dover Excise Office ($7.50)— 

Innes, Andrew, 1 writing table 

Port Hope Public Building ($946.95)— 

Caretaker, Levi Reynolds, 12 m. to June 30 

Clarke, H., cleaning water closets, $12 ; Clarke, W. T., egg coal, 35 tons at $4.70 

Guelph Pavement Co., voucher 43875 outstanding 

Port Hope Gas Co.: gas, 13 m. to April 30, 1899, 127,100 ft. at $2 ; meter rent, $2 

1^ cords pine wood, $4.50 ; smoke pipe for furnace and putting up, $5 ; sundry, $4.75. . . 
Prescott Public Building ($1,457.60)— 

Caretakers: R. C. Henderson, July-Dec, $199.98; Miss A. Henderson, Jan. -April, 

$133.32; Richard Birks, May -June, $66.66 

Buckly, Jas., egg coal, 55 tons at $4.49 ; Cullen, P., removing ashes, $3 

Coates, Thos. : American coal oil, 64 19 galls, at 20c; plumbing repairs, $27.69 

Daniels, L. H., supplying water for custom-house and post office, 12 m. to Oct. 31, 1898. 

Heck, Geo., hardwood, 2 cords, $8.50 ; Keeler, A., repairs to furnace $8.15 

King Warden & Son : 2 No. 5 Daisy boilers and twin connections, $281.40 ; freight, $9.35 
McDonald, Jas.: taking down double windows, 1898 and 1899, $6; removing ashes, $3. 



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cts. 



154,727 33 



13 50 

90 00 

159 00 

100 50 
7 45 

400 00 
198 00 
126 37 

7 75 

416 62 
125 00 

40 00 

17 05 

13 63 

10 75 
20 45 

226 22 

514 45 

125 00 

315 00 

15 00 

9 70 

400 00 

20 77 
107 00 

30 95 

29 76 

24 85 

3 35 

300 00 

114 78 

56 45 

41 60 
136 14 

14 60 
9 59 

240 00 

21 50 
123 00 



249 45 

7 50 

26 75 

7 50 

400 00 
176 50 
100 00 
256 20 
14 25 



399 96 
24!) !)5 

40 53 
140 00 

16 65 

290 75 

9 00 



161,738 10 



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63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 
Brought forward 



St 



Prescott Public Building— Con. 

Prescott Electric Light Co., electric light, 12 m. to April 1, 1899, omitting Nov. 28-Dec 31 

Ward, N., outlay for taking down and removing brick work of old furnace 

Whitney, Jas. H.: putting in heating apparatus, $103.28 ; repairs on roofs, $24. 

Willard, Nelson : toilet paper, 4 doz. at $1 .25 ; supplies, $11 .32 

Wiser, J. P., lighting, Nov. 28-Dec. 31 

Putting on double windows, $3 ; drayage, $2.50 ; sundry, $8.66 

Smith's Falls Public Building ($644.44)— 

Caretaker, R. W. Lewis, 12 m. to June 30 

Citizens' Electric Light Co.: elctric light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1899, $120.45 ; supplies, $2.20 

Crate, H. A., coal : 16 tons egg, 3 tons chestnut, at $5.45 

Foster, A., water for public building, 12 m. to July 1 

Hawkins, R., repairs, $8 ; Johnston, Wm., hardwood, 4 cords at $4 50 

2 doz. toilet paper, $2 ; sundry supplies, $5 . 24 

Stratford Public Building ($1,197.08)— 

Engineer, J. H. Roberts, 12 m. to June 30 

Attending tower clock, J. E. Welsh & Son, 12 m. to Nov. 15, 1898, $50; repairs, $3.25. 

Brigham & Ingram, coal : egg, 7 '93 tons at $5.15 ; furnace, 45 '22 tons at $4.90 

Caslake, J. A., electric supplies, $6.75 ; Shaver, H. G., toilet paper, 50 lbs. at l!-^c. . ... 

Smith, A., repairing roof, &c, $9.50 ; Walsh Bros., supplies, $7.45 

* Stratford Gas Co.. gas, 12 m. to April 1, 1899, 35,400 ft. at $2, 67,900 at $1.60 

Stratford Water Supply Co., water rates, 12 m. to July 1 

Street wateiing, $1 .67 '; cleaning chimney, $4 ; sundry, $3.84 

Strathroy Public Building ($654.32)— 

Caretaker, W. J. Johnston, 12 m. to June 30. 

Barry, John, d. c. wood, 5 cords at $4 ; Harrison, F. L. & Son, re-covering couch, $8. . 

Geddes Bros.: carpet, 22^ yds. at $1 ; making, $1.80 

Hill, W. F. : 1 force pump, $13 ; repairs to pumps, $3 . 55 '. 

Millar, R., coal oil, 10 galls, at 25c, 15 at 23c, 100 at 20c 

Reed, A., coal, 25 05 tons at $5.25 ; Steplar, W. H., 1 germ-proof filter, $21 . . 

11 galls, coal oil, $2.20 ; street watering, $2.55 ; sundry, $2.25 

Catharines Public Building ($1,143.72)- 

Caretaker, Louis Reno, 12 m. to June 30 

Citizens' Gas Control Co., rent of gas governor, 9 m. to Dec 31, 1898 

Dittrick, D. : egg coal, 25 tons at $4 . 32 ; wood, 8 cords at $3 . 60 

Flynn Bros., supplies, $5.50 ; McEdward & Moore, painters' supplies, $10.20 

Lloyd, Geo., estate of : plumbing repairs, $14.50 ; work on heating apparatus, $15. 2d. . 
St Catharines Electric Light Co. : installing 65 electric lights at $2, 65 lamps at 25c 

electric light, 12 m. to May 10, 1899, $260; 24 lamps, $6.. 

St. Catharines and Welland Canal Gas Co., gas, 12 m. to April 1, 1899, 20,800 ft. at $S 

13,300 at $L.50 

St. Catharines Waterworks, water rates, 12 m. to July 1 

Sutton, F. J., 1 new flag for custom-house 

Repairs to P.O. clock, $2 ; 14 keys, $2.80 ; putting up storm windows, $2 

Thomas Public Building ($1,477.56)— 

Caretaker, James Russell, 12 m. to June 30. . 

Acheson, Jas. : 6 copper-lined closet tanks at $6; cocoa mats, 6 at $1.25; 1 extension 

ladder, $4 ; 1 lawn mower, $5.50 ; labour of plumber, 37^ h. at 40c; sundry, $18.90, 
People's Coal Co., coal, egg and grate, 60 tons at $4.70 ; Pringle, F. B., box repairs, $5.10 

St. Thomas Gas Co., gas, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1899, 412,100 ft. at $1.50 

St. Thomas Water Works, water rates, 12 in. to July 1 

3 doz. toilet paper, $3 ; cartage, 87c 

Toronto Civil Service Examination ($45)— 

College of Physicians and Surgeons: use of examination hall, desks, &c, 4 d. at $10 ; 

cleaning hall, $5 

Toronto Custom-house ($1,296.68)- 

Fireman, F. Faragher, 12 m. to June 30 

Care of post office, custom-house, and examining warehouse clocks, C. V. Coleman, 6 '5 

m. to June 30 . 

Aikenhead Hardware Co. , supplies . 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co., premium on $4,000, 12 m. to July 1 

Consumer's Gas Co., gas, 12 m. to Mar. 21, 1899, 128,600 ft. at 90c 

Maguire Bros.: cut hardwood, 3 cords at $5.50, 2 at $5.25 ; cut pine, 2 cords at $4.50, 1 at 

$4 ; wheeling and storing, 50c .... 

McColl Bros. <fc Co. : cylinder oil, 50 galls, at $1.25 ; engine oil, 50 galls, at 65c 

People's Coal Co., coal : grate, 80 tons at $3.20 ; nut, 2 tons at $3.45 

Stockwell, S. : castings, $2.15 ; repairs, $6.05 

Toronto City : water rates, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1899, 29,281 galls, at 12c. per M., 367,570 at 

123c ; meter rent, $6 

Toronto Drill Hall ($927.58)— 

Fireman, Richard Eyre, 12 m. to June 30 

„ D. Glionna, 8613 m. to June 30 at $45 



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Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Toronto, Engineer Gray's Office ($300)— 

Confederation Life Association, rent of office, 12 m. to June 15, 1899 

Toronto Examining Warehouse ($5,239.77)— 

Engineer, Jas. Cosgrove, 12 m. to June 30 

Eireman, E. Appleton, 12 m. to June 30. 

Elevatornien, 12 m. to June 30 : W. Cheney, GOO ; Alex. Day, $600 ; W. Slean, $000. . . 

Watchmen, 12 m. to June 30 at $1.50 a day : H. McWhirter, $547.50 ; Jas. Richardson 
$547.50 

Aikenhead Hardware Co.: w. w. brushes, 2 at $2 50 ; sundries, $13.57 

Bertram, Wilson & Co.: white cotton waste, 71 lbs. at 8c; sundries, $3.07 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co., premium on $4,000, 12 in. to July 1 

Consumers' Gas Co., gas, 12 m. to Mar. 21, 1899, 100,400 ft. at 90c 

Maguire Bros. : cut pine, 1 cord, $4.50, 1 cord, $4 ; wheeling and storing, 25c 

People's, Coal Co., grate coal, 186 tons at $3.20 

Smith, W. J., railway fare, two trips, Toronto to Newmarket and return 

Toronto citv. water rates, 12 m. to Sept. 30, 1899 

Toronto Inland Revenue Office ($1,061.17)— 

Eireman. C. H. Baillie, 12 m. to June 30 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., sundries, 53c; People's Coal Co., coal, 58 tons at $3.20 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co., premium on $2,000, 12 m. to July 1 

Consumers' Gas Co., gas, 12 m. to May 31, 1899, 242,100 ft. at 90c . 

Maguire Bros.: hardwood, 1 cord, $5.25 ; pine, 2 cords at $4.50 ; storing, 50c 

Toronto City, water rates, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1899, 24,920 galls, at 12|c. per M.; 92,450 at 
12c ; meter rent. $8 , , 



Toronto Post Office ($5,581.45)— 

Eiremen at $45 a month : Geo. Grunions, Nov. 1-May 18, $295.97 ; Geo. Letray, Oct. 11 
May 18, $326 . 45 ; J . Somers, Oct. 13-May 18, $323 .55 

Baker, M. J., renovating carpet, 100 yds., $5 ; C.P.R. Co., freight, $4.82 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co., premium on $4,000, 12 m. to July 1 

Connolly, Jas., shovelling snow, 101 h. at 15c 

Consumers' Gas Co., meter rent, 12 m. to May 23, 1899 

G.T.R. Co., rent of sorting room, 6 m. at $40, 6 m. at $72.60 to June 30 

Incandescent Light Co., light, 11 m. to April 30, 1899 . 

Kent, A. & Sons, 1 regulator clock, $8 ; Martin, P., carting snow, $8 

Maguire Bros.: cut hardwood, 2 cords at $6, 8^ at $5.50, 5 at $5.25 ; cut pine, 2 cords at 
$1, 1 at $4 . 50 ; wheeling and storing, $1 . 75 

People's Coal Co., grate coal, 202 tons at $3 20 

Toronto city : removing ashes, $9 ; water rates, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1899, 1,728,000 galls, at 
12c per M. ; meter rent, $6 

Toronto Union Station, electric light, 12 m. to April 1, 1899, 4,278,900 watts at 12c 

1 tube cleaner, $2 ; sundry, $2 . 10. ... 

Toronto Public Buildings ($1,051.25)- 

Engineer, W. J. Smith, 12 m. to June 30 

Bertram, Wilson & Co., sal soda, 100 lbs. at l£c , 

Trenton Public Building $814.38)— 

Caretaker, D. Allan, 12 m. to June 30 

Coutts, Jos., pine wood, 8 cords at $2.25 ; Crowe, Chas., co iL 20 tons at $4.50 

Shurie, Jas., electric lamps, 75 at 30c; W T hite, Geo. A., supplies, $11.65 

Trenton Electric Co.: electric light, 12 m. to April 5, 1899, $200; less 3 weeks in Eeb., 
$12.50 

Trenton Water Co., water rates, 12 m. to May 1, 1899 

1 doz. brooms, $3 ; putting on storm windows, $2.75 ; sundry, $3.98 

Walkerton Public Building ($1,761.45)— 

Caretaker, Thos. Gibson, 12 m. to June 30 

Clement, K. B., contract for laving concrete walk 

Robertson, Rowland & Co. : electric light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1899 $200 ; supplies, $7.40. 

Sutherland, Jas., tinsmith repairs, $6.38 ; Trail Bros., egg coal, 25'5 tons at $6.25 

Town of Walkerton, water rates, 15 m. to June 30 

Truax, R., & Co. : repairs on public building per contract, plumbing, $425, kalsomining, 
$148.50, carpenter work, $215; 1 bath tub, $18 ; Chicago spring hinges, 4 pr. at $6 ; 
sundry labour, $16.72 

Vogan, S. W. : wood, 6 cords at $3 ; boiled oil, 10 galls, at 80c ; hose, 100 ft. at 10c ; 
white lead, 100 lbs. at 7c ; sundries, $26.07 

Wallace, J. & J., completion of contract for painting and varnishing 

Plumbing repairs, $3.52 ; repairs to hinges and locks, $4.80 

Windsor, Ont., Public Building ($2,624.40)— 

Caretaker, Wm, Curtis, 12 m. to .June 30 

Engineers: I. Belleperche, Oct. 6-May 15, at $50 a m., $366.13; Wm. Curtis, act'g., 
Nov. 3-Dec 24, at $10 a m., $17 

Bartlet & Macdonald : Brussels carpet, 63 yds. at $1.45 ; cocja matting, 12 yds. at 75c ; 
1 rug, $6.65 



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$ cts. 
169,435 24 



300 00 



780 00 


660 00 


1,800 00 


1,095 00 


18 57 


8 75 


40 00 


90 36 


« 75 


595 20 


3 50 


139 64 


600 00 


186 13 


20 00 


217 89 


14 75 



22 40 



945 97 


9 82 


40 00 


15 15 


10 00 


675 60 


2,383 33 


16 00 


99 25 


646 40 


222 36 


513 47 


4 10 


1,050 00 


1 25 


400 00 


108 or 


34 IP. 


187 50 


75 00 


9 73 


350 00 


55 50 


207 40 


165 69 


33 25 



847 22 

69 07 

25 00 

8 32 

400 00 

383 13 

107 00 



186,134 84 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1SDS-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Windsor, Ont., Public Building— Con. 

Bell Ice Co., removing ashes, $10 ; Brooks, B., brick work at furnace, $8 

Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co., premium on $2,000, 12 m. to July 1 

Cleminson, R. J. : coal, 5 tons at $3.15, 70 tons egg at $4.90, 5| tons nut at $5.15; maple 
wood, 5 cords at $4.25 

Craig, P. A., painting 11 P. O. boxes, $11 ; Marentette, E., lock repairs, $90.75 

Lassaline & Sons : 1 cupboard, $15 ; 1 case for entries, $20 ; pigeon cases for vault, 3, $18 ; 
office chairs, 3 at $4.50, 6, $11; revolving chairs, 1, $8.50, 1, $7, 1, $4.50; settees, 2 
at $0.50 ; lamps and fixtures, 2 at $G ; furniture repairs, $18.50 ; sundry, $37.25 

Neveux, Clinton & Baxter : 1 filter, $S ; 1 water cooler, $6 ; plumbing, $2 

Pennington & Brian : repairs to roof, labour, 171 h. at 35c. ; solder, 35 lbs. at 20c. ; sun- 
dries, $8.15 ; plumbing, $31.50 

Thorburn, John, supplies, $10 ; Walker, H., carpenter work, $12 

Windsor Gas Co., gas, 12 m. to April 4, 1899, 541,700 ft. at $1.40 

Windsor Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to June 30 

Wolfe Island Custom-house ($31.20)— 

Sowards, Jas., stove coal, 6 tons at $5.20 

Brandon Dominion Lands Office ($47.00) — 

Hanbury Manufacturing Co. : 1 file case, $40 ; painting office, &c, $7. . . , 

Brandon Experimental Farm ($216.20) — 

Adams, D. A., anthracite coal, 14 tons at $8.95. 

Barclay & O'Hara, Gait coal, 5 tons at $7.50 ; McMillan, D. M., Crow's iSest coal, 122 
tons at $7.50 

Richardson, W. : seasoned wood, 14 cords at $3; 1 cord slabs, $2.25 

Brandon Immigrant Shed ($121.65) — 

Hanbury Mfg. Co., wood, 6 cords at $3.75 ; Mcllvride & Lane, wood, 13 cords at $3.75. 

Purdon & Smart, soft wood, 15i cords at $3.25 

Brandon Public Building ($1,965.84)— 

Caretaker, Thos. Giles, 12 m. to June 30 , 

Baker, Fred, assisting with storm sashes and porches 

Barclay & O'Hara : Gait coal, 4 tons at $7 ; wood, 1 cord, $3.75, 1 cord, $3.50 

Brandon City, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 •. 

Brandon Elec. Lt. Co. : electric light, 11 m. to May 22, $550 ; 2 32 C. P. lamps at 60c. ; 
25 lamps at 50c. ; 4 lamps at 40c 

Brown & Mitchell : 50 ft. hose, $6.75 ; 1 box soap, $5.50 ; sundry hardware, $18 

Ferris, Henry : repairing cement floors, &c , 8 days at $2 ; cement, $2 

Purdon & Smart, seasoned wood, 13 cords at $3.25 

Western Coal Co., furnace coal, 65'342 tons at $8.59 

1'2 tons coal, $9; 2 cords slabs, $5.75 ; 2 cords wood, $7 ; carting rubbish, $4.50; smith- 
work, $1.25 

Dauphin Dominion Lands Office ($265.45) — 

Lake Manitoba Railway & Canal Co., hard coal, 7 tons at $10.60 

Smith, R. W., rent of office, 12 m. to May 1, 1899 

Fire wood, $6 ; freight on coal, $5.25 

Dauphin Immigration Hall ($33.00)— 

Bogie, Thos., wood, 6i cords at $2 ; Kelly, Jas. H., wood, 5 cords at $2, 4 loads at $2.50. 
Minnedosa Dominion Lands Office ($296.50) — 

Boyd, J. F., anthracite coal, 9 tons at $11.50 

Merchants' Bank, rent of office, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1898 

McLenaghen & Co., 4 cords poplar wood, $9 ; cutting and piling, $4 

Portage la Prairie Public Building ($1,248.59)— 

Caretaker, W. W. Miller, June 22 to Oct. 22, 1898, at $400 per annum 

E. McNeil, Oct. 22 to June 30, 1899, at $400 per annum 

Central Electric Co. : lighting, 10 m. to Apr. 30, 1899, $216 ; 4 16 C. P. lamps, $1.20; 1 
lamp, 35c 

Housser, G. B., & Co. : coal, 69 17 tons of hard at $8.45 ; 1 ton of Gait, $7.50 

Ireland, Arthur, 3| loads of poles, $8.50 ; Miller, W. W., 1^ cords mixed hardwood, $4. . 

Millar, T. & W., kitchen utensils and hardware 

Winnipeg Clerk of Works ($189.15)— 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, 1 year to Sept. 1, 1899. 

Fewtrell, Emma L., cleaning office, 11 m. to June 1, 1899 

Leslie, John : 4 oak chairs, $8 ; 1 table, $9 ; 1 press stand, $5 . 75 ; repairing chair, $2 . . . 

Smith, D., office expenses and supplies 

1 letter press, $6.50 ; writing paper, 40c. ; 2 doz. towels, $9 ; 1 toilet set, $2.50 ; rent of 

P. O. drawer, $4 ; repairs to tvpewriter, $2.75 ; new ribbon for dater, 75c 

Winnipeg Custom-house ($1,011.30)—' 

Firemen at $1 .50 : Mitchell, H. A., 24 d. ; McPhail, Donald, 26 d 

Scott, Wm., white poplar wood, 6 cords at $4 

Towey, J. H., 2 gas portables with argand burners and dome shades 

Weston Coal Co., egg coal, 80 925 tons at $7.49. 

Winnipeg Electric Street Ry. Co., gas, 9 m. to March 1, 1899, 94,400 ft. at $2.25 

Winnipeg Water Works, water rates, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1898 



Carried forward. 193,259 73. 



186,134 84 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-101 



Dominion Buildings 

Brought forward . . 



Maintenance— Continued. 



Winnipeg Custom-house— Con, 

Cleaning windows and doors $2.80 ; taking off and storing summer blinds, $8.85 ; removing 
wnT^ S ' & - C '' S t- 84; lc |setoiletpaper, $7,251 spraying trees $2.50; "nachinf 
W . B • ™K ' ® 5 - ; ^eepmg chimney, 00c. ; gas tubing, $3 . 12 ; hardware, 30c . 
Winnipeg Dominion Lands and Crown Timber Office ($410 07)— 

Western Coal Co., egg coal, 40 tons at $7 49 

Winnipeg Electric Street Ry. Co., gas, 9 m. to March l,'l899,' lG^OO'it at $2 25 

Winnipeg Water Works, water rates, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1898 

Cleaning windows, $3.30 ; taking off and storing summer blinds', $8 .85 '; repairing expan 

sion tank, $1 ; cleaning chimneys, &c, $1 60 ' g pan 

Winnipeg Engineer's Office ($327.25)— 

Manitoba Land Co rent, including heating, offices and storerooms, 12 m. to May 31 1899 

Scott, Thos., rent of office from May 15 to July 1 1898 
Winnipeg Examining Warehouse ($426.98)— 

Ashdown, J. H., 3 Success stone fitters 

Merrick, Anderson 

McKay, Mrs. Julia 

Western Coal Co 



fe Co., 1 hrepot and ring, 34 Superior, 263 lbs. at 8c. 
cleaning storm windows, 75 at 15c 

. egg coal, 45 tons at $7. 74 

Winnipeg Electric Street Ry. Co gas, 9 m. to March 1, 1899, 3,600 ft! at $2 25 

Bricklaying, &c, $7.00 ; taking off and storing summer blinds, $8.85 ; smi?hwork,'$2:65 
-M.40 ; 1 water jar, $2 ; cleaning chimneys, 80c 



cleaning windows. 



Winnipeg Immigration Hall ($1,259.39)— 

Scott, Win., tamarack wood, 100 cords at $5 

Western Coal Co., stove coal, 42 tons at $7.74 

Winnipeg Water Works, water rates, 6 m. to Dec 31 1898 

«ft£& Sff&£'(w3S.»£ PaPer ' $? ; C ' eaning 3 Chimne ^ *■ •' '' •' ' •' ■' •' ' ■' ■' •' : • ' ' •' ' ■' '• 

Engineer, J. R. Alexander, 12 m. to June 30 

Fireman, P. Dillon, 12 in. to June 30 

Elevator-man, Joseph Coutu, 12 m. to June 30 

^ight watchman, Jos. Gagnier, 12 m. to June 30 

: Boomer soft coal, 31J26 tons at $6.35 ; bituminous coal', 62 ; 929 tons at $6 35 



Arnott, Thomas, cleaning : 91 windows at 25c 



'mas, cleaning: 'Jl windows at 25c; 4 fanlights at 20c; 11 basem 



ent win- 



dows 

Boes, Mary, cleaning offices, ll'ni'.'to June 1, 1899, at * 

tfoiJer Inspection Co., premium on policy No. 2,560, 12 m. to July 1 1899 

nrlSL lm eVi S Td : , fitti ^ ub .partitions and shelving, contract, $135 ; 22 ft.' glass 
partition $60 ; 2 cupboards in Dead Letter Office. $45 ; flooring 200 ft at 3Sr win 
dow ventilators, 4 at $1.50 ; carpenter work, $1.05 ; lumber 43c ' ™' 

Cameron & Sutherland, repairing and plastering P. O. building . 

Uampbell, S. & Son : hemp packing, 10 lbs. at 75c ; rubber packing 10 'lbs' at 50c' '• 1 

Pemberthy injector, B.B., $9.41 ; sundry hardware, $27 45 ' 

Chamberland, Eh, egg coal, 49 58 tons at $6' 50.. 

Cotter Bros. : putting in new wash basin, contract, $20 ; plumbing, &c .,' 95c 

* isher Governor Co., governor for steam pump for elevator 

-Leslie, John : 1 office desk, $45, 1, $22 ; 1 cha-'r $10 1 ft* Snttl *n iA'oY kn i '•' 

cushions, 15 at $2.25 ; repairs to furniture? $18 25 ' ' $ : U ^ ^ '> ohma 

Manitoba Auer Light Co. : mantels, 65 at 50c ; chimneys, 36 at 12k' : 1 shade '25c' " 

245 l^atTic CO '. ; 1 brl . "I 11 " 6 engine 0l1 ' 43 *& at 58C - f l'4 botr o°o C mp'd 

McDonald Bro S : : putting in 5 bells', contract, '$24*; repairing beUs" '$1 

: painting, kalsomining and replacing broke,, glass, contract^ $390 : pain't- 
izmg and oiling 2 cupboards, $5 ; glass and glazing 



sundry foundry work, $5.75 



ing floors, 250 yds. at 15c 

$6.89 ; 6 large Its. dbl. glass, 23 ft. at 50c. 
hennndt & Co. : making name plates in office doors, $14.50 ; 
Scott, Wm., 1 oak roll-top desk and chair 

ing S offices"|2 C :. : ?""*** ^ ^^ "^ &t **' U ba ^nent' sashes at 10c';" clean 

VUl S .25? citage?^c gb;me gmteS ' 62 ° lbS - at ^ > * TB Cjay ' $1 ' SUndry mach ^ e ™* 

Winnipeg Coal Co. , 'poc coal, 272 : 305 tons at $6 ." 75 

w!nn!!TS p eC - S^eet Ry. Co v Pw. 9 m. to Mar. 1, 1899,'415,300 ft. at'$2.'25.'. 
\\ rampeg Plumbing Co., putting new wash basin " 
fixtures in P.O 

wJSHTS w^ ber ^ a ? 50 ft 2 ^ in - cottoA mbber-lined hose at" 65c'. '. 

Winnipeg Water Works, water rates, 6 m. to Dec 31, 1898 

Wyatt, Robert : 1 stone filter, $5 ; eocene, 5£ galls, at 40c, 5 galls", at ^/sundries,' $5!o5 



Savings' Lank and charging gas 



Carried foi ward 



$ cts. 
193,259 73 



35 26 

344 54 

36 68 
15 00 

14 75 



309 25 


18 00 


15 00 


21 04 


11 25 


348 30 


8 09 



23 30 



358 81 


500 00 


325 08 


62 50 


13 00 


840 00 


540 00 


540 00 


540 00 


597 25 


24 65 


55 00 


20 00 



254 08 

12 75 
100 00 

49 36 

322 27 

20 95 

35 00 

145 50 
37 25 

48 22 
25 00 



450 89 

20 25 
45 00 

21 40 

10 55 

1,838 06 
934 42 

15 00 

32 50 

275 00 

14 00 



203,613 93 



Q— 102 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 189S-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Winnipeg Post Office — Con. 

Two cords wo d at $4 ; 1 case toilet paper, $7.25 ; repairing roof, $5.60 ; repairing flags, 
&c, $3.85; lettering signs, $4.50; cleaning chimneys, &c, $6; shovelling snow, 

$1 . 50 ; hardware, *9 77 ; freight, 50c 

Winnipeg Savings Bank ($2.50)— 

Schmidt & Co. , repairing steel doors to bank 

Manitoba and N.W.T. generally ($3,989.81)— 

Smith, D., clerk of works, Winnipeg 1 : services, 12 m. to June 30, $1,800; travel, $28.45; 
unaccounted for, Oct. 25, 1898, $100 . 

Cyr, J. Ernest, assistant clerk of works : services, 12 m. to .June 30, $1,200 ; travel, Win- 
' nipeg to Regina, June 14-23, 1899, $29.70 

Curran, Ada, clerk in office, Winnipeg, 12 m. to June 30. 

Cauchon, Jos., paymaster, Sept., 1898 

Gouin, W. F. : travel, inspecting bridges throughout N.W.T. , Nov. 26-Dec. 26, 1898, 

$269 . 55 ; part charged to this vote 

Alameda Dominion Lands Office ($U0.00)— 

Buchanan, Mrs. M. A., rent of building for land office, 10 m. to April 30, 1899, at $15 per m. 
Calgary Court-house ($1,310.63) — 

Caretaker, E. N. Brown, 12 m. to June 30 

Alberta Railway and Coal Co., lump coal, 2 "51 tons at $6 50 

C.dgary Gas and Water Works Co., water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1899 

Calgary Water Power Co. : electric light, 10 m. to May 31, 1899, 305,000 watt hrs. at 
15c. ; meter rent, $2.50; re-wiring and concealing wires, contract, $50; chandeliers, 
3 4-light at $12, 4 2-light at $6 ; 1 10-amp. switch, $2 ; 24 32-c.p. lamps at 75c. ; 19 
16 c. p. lamps at 50c. ; repairs, 75c 

Hull, W. R., lump coal, 30 419 tons at $7. 65 

Neilson Furniture Co., rep. desk, $2; Van Wart & Co., lumber, 1,570 ft, at $16 ; 1 cord 

wood, $6 

Calgary Immigrant Building ($152.37)— 

Alberta Ry. and Coal Co., lump coal, 13163 tons at $6.50 

Hull, W. Li. : anthracite coal, 4 '342 tons at $7 .65 ; nut coal, 2 05 tons at $5.15 

O'Brien, T., coal, $11.05 ; Van Wart & Co., soft wood, 2 cords at $6 

Calgary Land and Registry Office ($12.00)— 

Van Wart & Co., soft wood, 2 cords at $6 

Calgary Post Office ($1,887.47)— 

Caretaker, G. L. Fraser, 12 m. to June 30 

Alberta Railway & Coal Co., lump coal, 5 '586 tons at 6.50 

Calgary Gas & Water Works Co., w;tter rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1899 

Calgary Water Power Co. : electric light, 12 m. to June 1, 1899, 3,584,000 watt hours at 
15c. ; meter rent, $3 ; installing lights, $7 .50 

Hull, W. R,, anthracite coal, 48585 tons at $7. 65 

McNeil, J. C. : putting on and taking off *torm sashes, 16 h. at 32|c, building crossing, 
contract, $12 ; balance clue on fence, $50 (see page Q-55, payment of 1897-8 entered 
in error as $600— only paid $550) 

O'Brien, T., delivery coal at P. O., $11.18 ; Van Wart & Co., soft wood, 6 loads at $6. . . 

Water 18 brls. ai 25c. ; 1 brl., 75c. ; hardware, $5 . 95 

Edmonton Immigration Shed ($64.50) — 

Walter, John, poplar wood, 30 cords at $2 . 15 

Edmonton Land and Registry Office ($1,181 .05)— 

Caretaker, R. Wylie, 12 m. to June 30 . 

Coil, F. R., coal, 6005 tons at $2 

Edmonton Electric Light Co.: rent at $14.40, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1899, $172.80 ; 4lamps,$2.50 

Osier, Hammond & Nanton, rent of land office, July 1, 1896 to June 30, 1899, 36 m. at 
$12 perm 

Ross Bros. : repairs to roof, $7.70 ; repairs to smoke pipe, $10.85 ; cleaning and fitting 
up pipe, $3.50 ; 50 lbs. sheet steel at 8c. ; 1 lawn mower, $7.75 ; sundries, $2.85. . 

Masonry, $5 : scavanger work, $12.. 

Elkhorn School ($232.02)— 

Smith, D. : single railroad fares between Winnipeg and Elkhorn, 11 at $8.60 ; 2 at $8.66 ; 

Winnipeg to Regina, $15.95 ; sundry travelling expenses, $104.15 

Indian Head Experimental Farm ($283.50) — 

Thompson, Geo. : Gait coal, 8 tons at $7 ; anthracite lump coal, 20 tons at $9 ; 4 ft. wood 

10 cords at $4.75. 

Lethbridge Court-house ($1,047.42)— 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, Mar. 15 to Sept. 1, 1899, 5h m. at $36 per annum. . 

Brodie, David : 1 oak table (in leather), $13.50 ; 1 lounge, $18 ; 1 easy chair, $11 ; judge's 
chair, $16 ; sheriff's chair, $9 ; 3 chairs at $2 50 ; 24 at $2 ; Brussels carpet for judge's 
room, $15; tapestry carpet, barrister's room, $12.50, jury room, $12.50, for court 
room platform, 33 yds. at $1.50 ; cocoa matting for aisles, 36 yds. at $1 ; toilet stand 
and set, $12 ; electric light fixtures, &c, $13.50 ; 2, 30-in ceiling reflectors, $32; 
movable stand lamps, $24 ; 5 blinds and fittings, $10 ; 1 mirror, $4, 2 at $3 ; 1 cord 
fire wood, $3.50 ; removing ashes, $2.50 ; sundry hardware &c, $16.67 



Carried forward . 



$ cts. 
203,613 93 



47 18 
11 20 


64 50 


400 00 
120 10 
175 30 


432 00 


36 65 
17 00 


232 02 


283 50 


16 50 


372 67 


213,315 92 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-103 



Dominion Building!* : maintenance — Continued. 

Brought forward 



Lethbridge Court-house — Con. 

Holmes, E., coal, 17 '754 tons at $2.65 

Oliver, Wm. : 12 seats in court room at $14 each ; platforms in judge's and jury rooms, 

$165 ; railings and doors, &c, $80 ; 3 long tables at $14 ; 3 tables at $8 ; 1 portable 

dock, $40 ; witness box, $18; judge's desk, $22; 1 table desk, $10; wardrobe, $16 ; 

iron railing, $15.. . 

Sherlock, Freeman & Co. : 2 door mats, $4.50 : sundries, $6.70 

Lethbridge Public Buildings ($858.66)- 

Oaretaker, Kobt. Sage, L2 m. to J une 30 

Alberta Railway & Coal Co., lump coal, 264; tons at $3.25 

Colpman Bros., sundry lumber 

Hyslop, Charles, supplying water, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Kukham, T. F. : fire pot and castings for furnace, $46.50; repairs to windows, $10; 

sundry plumbing, $18.25 ; tinsmithing, $24; masonry, $8; brick, lime and sand, $4.50 
Lethbridge Water Works and Electric Light Co. : electric light, 12 m. to Apl. 1, 1899, 

653,100 watts hrs. at 15c; meter rent, $7 ; 16 lamps at 35c.; 3 sockets at 35c 

Oliver, Win.: lumber, 928 ft, at $30 ; 1 M. shingles, $3.50; nails and hardware, $3.50; 

8 pkgs. alabastine at 50c; teaming, $1 ; carpenter work, $14. 16 

Macleod Court-house ($606.50)- 

Caretaker, John Ryan, 12 m. to June 30 

Alberta Ry . & Coal Co. , coal, 8 tons at $6 ; 8 tons at $5 . 50 

Grady, A. F. : 1 brl. oil, $18.50 ; repairs to windows, &c, $3.25 

Macleod Improvement Co., rent of building, 15 in. to June 30, 1899 

Whiting, Harry, stove wood, 3 loads 

Macleod Custom-house ($81.50)— 

Alberta Ry. and Coal Co., coal, 12 tons at $5.50 

Cleaning stove-pipes, &c, $6.75; removing storm sashes, $3.50 ; stove wood, $5.25 

Moose Jaw Court-house ($>07.25) — 

Caretaker, W. J. White, 5 m. to Nov. 30, at $400 per annum 

ti Richard Smail, 7 m. to June 30, at $400 per annum 

Beard, Robt. : soft coal, 2 tons at $9 ; stove coal, 8 tons at $1'» 

Bogue, R., hardware, $4.25 ; Simpson, E., & Co., stove wood, $5 

Moosomin Court-house $1,031.82)— 

Caretaker, J. C. Jopp, 12 m. to June 30 

Bristow, T. H.: furnace coal, 2 96 tons at $11.50, 20 "95 tons at $10.50 ; Gait coal, 7 "454 

tons at $7.50, 1155 tons at $6.25 

Mennie, J S., painting and kalsomining, contract 

Miller & Co.: coal oil, 46 S6 galls, at 27c; hardware, $4.25 

2 cords wood, $7.50 ; coal, $5.65 ; commission on sale of stoves, $5.44 ; smith work, $3.70 
Prince Albert Court-house and Jail ($1,012.01)— 

Caretaker, Geo. D. Northgraves, 11 m. to May 31, at $400 per annum 

Fireman, Jos. Savard, Sept. 16 to May 15, 1899, 8 "017 m. at $40 

Bell Telephone Co., lent of telephone apparatus, &c: court-house, 15m. to Junel, 1899, 

at $36 per annum, $45 ; -fudge's residence, 12 m. to June 1, 1899, $25 . . . . 

Cassie, Mrs. G., rent of house for caretaker. 12 m. to Apl. 30, 1899 

Kearns, Jas. F., water supply, 3 brls., $1 ; Kernaghan, J. B., lamp glasses, &c, $1.60 . . 
McBeatb, A., wood, 5 cords at $2 ; McGregor, A.: wood, 12 loads at $2.50 ; plumbing, $21 
Woodman. A. H., 6 "Stempel" me extinguishers, with k doz. bottles chemicals for each 

machine, at $15 each ; 6 bracket shelves for same at 85c. each 

Prince Albert Land and Registry Office ($605.63)— 

Caretaker, Geo. Cassie, 12 m. to June 30 

Knox, Wm.: laying cement floor in 2 vaults, $12.50 ; one 12x4-ft. fence entrance gate, $14 

Lacroix Bros., kalsomining and repairing, 401 yds. at 8c per yd 

Macarthur, James : coal oil, 30 galls, at 38c; 1 box soap, $6 ; sundries, $4.65 

Moffat, James : fitting up flag pole, contract, $35 ; wood, 45 cords at $2 

Qu'Appelle Court-house ($5.75) — 

Caswell, S. H., & Co.: 1 cord wood, $3.50 ; cleaning windows, &c, $2.25 

Red Deer Dom. Land Office ($165)— 

Dawson, J. J., rent of building, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Gaetz, John J., coal, 9 tons at $5 ; Smith, Jas., wood, 8 cords at $3. . 

Red Deer Immigrant Shed ($37.65) — 

Wilkins Bros., rent of building, Apl. 8 to Aug. 1, 1898, at $10 a m 

Regina Clerk of Works Office ($90)— 

Williams, R. H., rent of office, 12 m. to Dec 21, 1898, at $7.50 per m 

Regina Court-house ($1,943.15)— 

C -retaker. P. McAra, 12 in. to June 30 

Fireman, James McLachlan, 7 ' 419 m. at $40 per m 

Myers, Michael, emptying cess-pit, during year to June 9, 1899 

Paul, Rembler, furnace coal, 75 tons at $10 - 

Regina Elec Lt. and Power Co. : lighting, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1899, $189.18 ; 3 doz. lamps 

at $5 . 40 ; 1 socket, 50c ... 

Williams, R. H, : wood, 4 cords at $6 ; sundries, $27 



Carried forward 220,905 59 



$ cts. 
213,315 92 



47 05 



600 00 
11 20 


420 00 
85 31 
10 50 
60 00 



111 25 



111 60 



54 00 



175 00 
92 00 
21 75 

312 50 
5 25 


66 00 
15 50 


166 65 

233 35 

98 00 

9 25 


540 00 


317 13 

135 50 

16 90 

22 29 


366 63 
320 68 


70 00 

96 00 

2 60 

61 00 


95 10 


400 00 
26 50 
32 08 
22 05 

125 00 


5 75 


96 00 
69 00 



37 65 
90 00 



540 00 

296 77 

86 00 

750 00 


205 88 
51 00 



Q-104 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 189S-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Regina Court-house — Con. 

Taking off and storing window sashes and screens, $9 ; moving cinders, $4 . 50 . 

Regina Dom. Lands Office ($805.69)— 

Donahue, J. S. : rent of office, including heating and lighting, July 14, 1897, to Juue 30, 
1899, 23-566 m. at $50, $1,178.34 ; less, 15 tons coal at $10, 1 stove and fittings, $36.10 ; 

lamp and coal oil, $4.55 and $200 advance of 1897-98 (see page Q— 102) 

Williams, R. H., wood, 3 cords at $6 

Regina Government House ($729.55)— 

Canada Drue and Book Co., sundries for toilet, $15. 40; Child, J. A., repairs to green 

house, $2.25.. 

Clark, S. A. , repairs to conservatory : carpenters, 38 hrs. at 30c. ; bricklayers, 6 hrs. at 

40c. ; labourers, 20 hrs. at 20c. ; mortar, 3 bushels at 60c 

Crapper Bros. : work, 105 hrs. at 30c. ; glass, 300 ft. at 6c. ; putty, &c, $7.35 

Dom. Express Co., freight charges, $27.51 ; Morrison, John, sundry plumbling, $46.30 
Smith & Ferguson : sectional pipe covering, 108 ft. x 3 in. at 36c, 164 ft. x 2\ in. at 31c. 
105 ft. x 2 in. at 28c, 51 ft. x 1^ in. at 25c, 153 ft. x 1^ in. at 23c ; sectional and T 
elbow covering, $35.32 ; 1 ashland wind mill pump, $18; kitchen utensils, $68.25; 
repairs to ranges, &c, $29.57 ; 1 stove, $8.50 ; 1 Pastt-ur filter,$21 ; 2 new chimney 
tops at $5.50 each ; 1^ in. gal v. iron pipe, 54 ft. at 20c ; repairs to pump, water 

pipes, &c, $26.56 ; sundry plumbing, $29.25 ; hardware, $15.76 

Williams, R. H., lumber, $12.57 ; Wilson Furniture Co., 3 hair mattresses, 120 lbs. at 90c 
Regina Immigrant Shed ($66.40) — 

r Williams, R. H., & Son : wood, 1 cord, $6, 12 cords at $5 ; lumber, 40c 

Regina Land Titles Office ($358.50)— 

Montgomery, Geo. A., rent of office, 12 m. to June 30, 1899, at $12.50 

Paul, R., stove coal, 19 tons at $10 

Williams, R. H., 3 cords of wood at $6 

Regina Post Office ($260 . 20)— 

Causland, W. M., 2 coal scuttles and fire shovel, $2.25 ; Little, T. J., sundry carpenter 

work, $29.95 

Paul, R., stove coal, 21 tons at $10 

Williams, R. H., 3 cords of wood at $6 

Wetaskiwin Dom. Land Office ($75) — 

Calgary & Edmonton Town sites, rent of office, July 1, 1896, to Apl. 1, 1898, If y. at $100, 

less $100 paid in 1896-7 . . . , 

Wisely Court-house ($754.52)— 

Caretaker, Chas. Taylor, 12 m. to June 30 

Magee & Thompson, anthracite coal, 21 275 tons at $9 . 25 

Thompson, A. G. : coal oil, 44 galls, at 38c ; sundries, $1 

Yorkton Dominion Land Office ($187.55)— 

Ashdown & Co., coal, 3'787 tons at $11.50 

Langstaff, H. J., rent of office, 12 m. to Jan. 1, 1899, at $12 



Agassiz Experimental Farm ($111.50) — 

C.P.Ry., freight on coal, 20,000 lbs. at 22c a 100 

Gilley Bros. : coal, lump, 5 tons at $6 . 50 ; nut, 5 tons at $7 

Kamloops, D. L. Office ($182.50)— 

Coburn, Geo. A,, firewood, 5 cords at $3 . 50 

Wood, E. Stuart, rent of office, 11 m. to Apl. 1, 1899 at $15 

Nanaimo Public Building ($1,002.70)— 

Caretaker, John Thompson, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Dawson, H., scavenger work, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Nanaimo Gas Co.: gas, 11 m. to April 30, 1899, 103,600 c ft. at$2.50per M.; meter, $2.75 

Nanaimo Water Works, water, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

New Vancouver Coal Mining and Land Co., Nanaimo coal, 19 tons at $3.75 

Repg. chairs, $3.50 ; plumbing, $6.70 ; sundries, $5.50 

New Westminster Engineer's Office ($471.96)— 

Armstrong, J. G, rent of 3 rooms, July 1 to Sept. 10, 1898 

Eickhoff, W., wiring for electric bells and two batteries 

Gilley Bros,: wood, 2 cords at $3.25, 4 at $3.75 ; cartage, $5.25 

Kirk, J. T., plumbing in draughtsmans office: air tight heater, $8.50; 2 men, 11.7 h. at 

75c; sundries, $7 .57 

McKenzie, A. B. & Co., office rent, July and Aug., 1898 

Malins, Arthur & Co., office rent, Sept. 1 to Sept. 10, 1898 

MacNamara, Jas. : Sept. 15, 1898, to Mar. 31, 1899, rent of house at $25 per m 

New Westminster City : electric lighting, Sept. 1 to 30, Dec. 1, 1897 to May 1. 1899— 

851 . 15 ; water, 6 m. to Feb. 28, 1899, $6 ; installing 2 in. lamps at $2, 1 arc lamp. $1 ; 

fixtures, $2 ; 10 lights at $1.50 ; lamps, $14.70 ; sundry fittings, $10.25 

Weiler Bros.: 1 oak map rack, $12 ; lf-in. sp. rollers, 7 at $2 ; oak paper files, 4 at $1.50; 

curtain pole, &c, $2.06 

Electric fittings - 



Carried forward 225,924 66 



220,905 59 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-105 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 225,924 66 



cts. 



and Nov., $31.82; Dec. 1 

at $2 



New Westminster Public Building ($925.27)— 

Caretaker, John MeMurphy, 12 m. to June 30, 1809 

New Westminster City ($162.57)— 

Electric Light : June 1-Sept. 10, 3£ m. at $18.75 ; Oct 

May 1, 1899, (5,090 amp. h. at fc ; meter, $1 25 

Water : 'July and Aug., 2,490 c. ft. at Ac, meter $1.30; Oct. 1-Feb. 28, 1899, 5 m 

New Westminster Gas Co.: gas, 1,000 c. ft. at $2 ; meter, 75c 

Royal City Transfer Co.: mill wood, 19 Ids. at $1.50; cutting, $1.50; 1 Id. bark a 

$2. 50 ; 2 cords wood at $4 

Smith, Wilbur, removing ashes, 7 in. to Mar. 31, 1899 at $2 

Wintemute, Bros.: 1 walnut ten-file cabinet, $30; 1 bookcase, $25 ; 1 office desk, $30. . 
Scavenger work, $2 ; coal, 104 tons at $5; furniture, $1 : frosting, 12 panes glass, $3 

removing ashes, 3 m. to June 30, 1899, $6 ; repairs, $3.25 .... 

'Vancouver Drill Hall ($45.99)— 

Barwick, John E. , firewood 

Dunsmuir, R. & Sons, coal, 4 ' 5 tons at $5 

New Vancouver Coal, Mining and Land Co., lump coal, 4 tons at $4.75 

Vancouver Examining Warehouse ($40) — 

Bruce, Alex.: drilling stone and putting iron rods in 6 basement windows, $2G ; sharpen 
ing drills, $3.90 ; head, $2.60 ; iron rods, $7.50 

Vancouver Public Building ($3,222.07)— 

Caretaker, Atwell King, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

B.C. Electric Ry. Co., Ltd.: electric lighting, May 28, 1898 to Mar. 23, 1899, 270 h. at 

$1, 1,980 h. at 90c, 2,890 h. at 85c, 41,500 h. at 80c, 6,970 h. at 75c; 3 meters, $5.20 

sundries, $2 ■. 

Bruce, Alex.: general repairs on post office : labour, 9 '2 d. (9 h.) at $3.50, 35 h. at 40c, 

42 h. at 35c ; materials, $21 .92 

Champion & White, removing ashes, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

Currell, J. W., making keys, fixing glass, locks, &c 

Dunn, Thos. & Co., glass, brooms, &c 

Dunsmuir, R. & Sons: Coal, 20 8 net tons at $5.00 .. . 

Gibb, David : crushed rock and labour filling up lane in rear of P.O. building 

Hutchings, G. W., 2 desks oak, rolled tops, $40, $30 

Johnston & McPhaii : f-in. rabber hose, 150 ft. at 14c; nozzle. $1.50. 

Leek & Co., repairs to furnace, &c .. 

Mortimer, J. G.: putting in 2 marble basins per tender, $60 ; general repairs, labour, 75-h 

h. at 50c, 5H at 20c. ; materials, $29.95 

New Vancouver Coal Mining and Land Co., lump coal, 41 '44 net tons at $4.75 

Vancouver Gas Co.: gas, 10 m. to April 1st, 399,000 c ft. at $2.25 per M.; meter, $2.50. 
Vancouver Water Works : water, 12 m. to June 29, 1899, 27,824 c. ft. at 22ic, 25,035 c. 

ft. at 18c, 5,798 ft. at 20c ; meter, $8.17 

Wiegand, C. : office chair, $7.50 ; 2 chairs, leather seats, $6 ; carper, rug, $2.25 ; linoleum, 

14 yds. at 75c ; laying, 7-")c 

Box soap, $3.60 ; repairing clock, $1 ; toilet rolls and paper, $12 ; sundries, $4.65 

Detailed under Vancouver post office ( Page Q— 56) . . 

Vancouver Steamboat Inspector's Office ($99.44)— 

Bruce, Alex.: 1 case pigeon holes with doors, materials $9.49, time 32 h. at 35c; 1 case 

pigeon holes, materials $4.50, time 30 h. at 35c; making one cupboard stand for 

letter-press, $2.50 ; sundry repairs, $11 .75 

Hutchings, G. W. : 1 desk, oak rolled top, $27 ; 1 office chair, $0.50 ; 1 table, covered top, 

$12 ; 2 chairs, $4 

Victoria Appraiser's Office ($57.75)— 

Sheret, And.: disconnecting pipes, $2.25 ; fitting up slop sink, $22.15 

Victoria Gas Co.: gas, 9 m. to Dec. 30, 1898, 9,600 c ft. at $2 per M.; meter, $2.25 

Victoria Water Works, water, 12 m. to Dec 31, 1898 

Victoria Barracks ($80.73)— 

Dunsmuir, R. & Sons : best coal, 6'29 net tons at $5, 1 06 net tons at $7, 2' 12 tons at 
$4 . 75 ; weighing, 25c 

New Vancouver Coal Mining and Land Co., Ltd., lump coal, 6'63 net tons at $4.75 

Victoria Clerk of Works Office ($5)— 

Post office, rent of drawers, 12 m. to July 1, 1899. ... 

Victoria Custom-house ($216.44)— 

Colbert, Jno. : fixing water service to wharf, fitting new sink and waste pipes, altering 
water pipe, fittinggas, $26.90; fitting new basins and altering pipes per contract, $29.45. 

Dunsmuir, R. & Sons : best coal, 136 net tons at $5 ; 1"81 gr. tons at $7 : weighing, 25c. . 

Hansen, Peter, scavenger work, 6 m. to Dec. 30, 1898 

New Vancouver Coal Mining and Land Co., lump coal, 4 4 net tons at $4.75 

Victoria Gas Co.: gas, 9 m. to Dec. 30, 1898, 13,000 c ft. at $2 per M.; meter, $2.25. .. . 

Victoria Water Works : water, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 ; meter, $3.75 



Carried forward 230,617 35 



600 00 



44 29 

is 28 

2 75 


40 50 

14 00 

85 00 



20 45 



4 50 

22 49 
19 00 



40 00 



400 00 



436 57 



82 31 


60 00 


2!) 75 


25 67 


103 98 


25 00 


70 00 


22 50 


13 00 


138 00 


196 84 


900 25 


127 44 


27 00 


21 L'5 


542 51 


49 94 


49 50 


24 30 


21 45 


12 00 


49 15 


31 58 



5 00 



56 35 
80 95 
12 00 
20 90 
28 25 
17 99 



Q— 106 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dominion Building's : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



$ cts.. 
230,617 35 



Victoria Drill Hall ($198.02)- 

Dunsmuir, R. & Sons, best coal, 13 "52 net tons at $5 . . 

New Vancouver Coal Mining and Land Co., coal, 21 '79 net tons at $4.75. 

Tait, Robt. : removing old house and building wood shed, $15 ; removing closet and filling 

up pit of same, $7 . 50 , 

Load of wood and cutting 

Victoria Marine Hospital ($6) — 

Cleaning chimney. . 

Victoria Military Stores ($144.29)— 

Baker & Colston, wood and cutting, 4 cords at $5 

Dunsmuir, R. & Sons : best coal, 8*42 net tons at $5 ; wood, cut and sawed, 4 cords at $4.75 

Hall, Goepel & Co., wood, cut and sawed, 3 cords at $5.25 

New Vancouver Coal Mining and Land Co.: coal, 6 '77 net tons at $4.75 ; wood, cut and 

sawed, 2 cords at $5.25, cut 1 cord at $4.75 

Victoria Post Office ($6,054 50)— 

Caretaker, Win. McKav, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 

W. H. Bailey, 8 m. to June 30, 1899 

Assisting caretaker, Hy. Erickson, 9 m. to June 30, 1899 

„ A. Johnson, 3 ra. to June 30, 1899 

Fireman, Jno. Milne, Oct. 1, 1898, to April 5, 1899 

Elevator man, Jno. McMillan, Nov. 16, 1898, to June 30, 1899 

Firing, Win. Minty, 17 d. at $2.50 

B.C. Cold Storage and Ice Works, ice, 1 ,720 lbs 

British Columbia Electric Railway Co. ($1,402. 97)— 

Electric lighting, 9 m. to March 31, 1899: 3,703 M. watts at 16c, 4,152 at 14c. : 
meter, $2.11. 

Power for elevators, 8 m. to June 30, 1899: passenger 17,840 M., freight 3,920 M. at 

lc. ; installing meters, $6 ; rent, $3.50 

Colbert, Jno.: fitting gully trap in yard of old post office building, $15 ; sundry plumb 

ing in old P. O. building, materials, $26.33 ; labour, 20^ hrs. at 60c, 41 at 50c 

Dunsmuir, R. & Sons ; best coal, 19 '38 tons at $5 ; slack, 27 '86- tons at $2.75. . 

Hansen, Pet-r, scavenger work, 1 m. July, 1898 at $2 ; 5 m. to Dec. 31, 1899 at $4 

Hibben, T. N. & Co., 1 case toilet paper 

Mellor, J. W.: plate glass for old P. O. building, 53029 sq. ft. at 60c per sq. ft. per 

contract 

New Vancouver Coal Mining & Land Co., lump coal, 84 '10 tons at $4.75 

Nicholls & Renouf : 3 lengths of best i-in. rubber hose, 150 ft 

Raymond & Sons, lime, 10 bbls. at $1 

Speed Bros : coal oil, $12 ; 4 hair brushes, $9.50 ; sundries, $13.85 

Stelly, Geo. F.: carting 4 loads sand, $4, carting 17 loads waste to dump, $9.50 ; hauling 

waste to dump with teams, $44.25 ; carting 1 load lumber, $1 

Stewart, A.: stones tor old P. O. building, 6 piers at $3.70, 2 at $2 ; cutting 3 piers ;tt 

$1.60 ; 14; d. stonecutter at $5 ; furnishing and sharpening tools, $2.25 

Taylor Mill Co.: materials for carpenter work in old P. O. building, 4,233 ft. lumber at 

$7 ; store doors and frame, 3 prs. jambs, 5 x 5, 18 ft. high at $24.75 ; store doors, 

6 x 14 ft., 4 at $10 ; 3^ x 14 ft., 4 at $6.25, 1 at $12.45, 1 at $4.75 ; cartage, $11.25 ; 

sundries, $130.90 

Victoria Gas Co., gas for old bdg., 6| m. to Dec. 15, 1898 : 27,400 c ft. at $2, 72,000 at 

$1.50 ; meter, $3.25 

Victoria Water Works : water for parcel post delivery office, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1898, $12 : 

new P. O., 143,750 imp. galls, at 20c, $28.67 ; meter, $25.50; old P. O., 7 in. to Jan. 

31, 1899, 4 m. to June 30, 1899, water at 20c per 1,000 imp. galls., min. charge $1, 

$13.25 ; meter, $6 ; over charge, 62c 

Victoria & Sidney Railway Co., 522 lbs. steel rails and cutting same 

Hardware, $8.52 ; lamps, $2.75 ; stretchers, $4 ; removing safe, $2.25 ; repairing clock, 

$3.50; 10-ft. step-ladder, $5; sundries, $5.50 

Labour on old P. O. building, putting in new plate glass front and partitioning into 

stores and offices; bricklayer, J. G. Brown, 20 d. at $4.50; stonecutter, G. F 

Watson, 22^ d. at $4 ; carpenters, Geo. Herd, 48| d. at $3.50, T. W. Walker, 36$ d 

at $3, R. Cessford, 19$ d. at $2.50; labourers, Alf. Rumble, 18i d. at $2.50, W. H 

Bailey, 43 d. at $2.25, Win. Minty, 11 d. at $2.25 " 

Advertising 

Victoria Weights and Measures ($12) — 

Victoria Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to Dec 31, 1898 

Williams Head Quarantine Station ($1,295.05) — 

Dunsmuir, R. & Sons : best coal, I02h tons at $3.50 

New Vancouver Coal Mining & Land Co., Protection Is. coal, 116 '47 tons at $4 25 

Peatt, Arthur H., taking care of telephone line, road and water works, 10 m. to April 

30, 1899, at $30 

Str. " Constance," lighterage coal per Str. " Lapwing," 102$ tons at 90c3 

Victoria & Esquimalt Telephone Co., rent of telephone, 9 m. to March 31, 1899 

Insulators, 50 at 6c ; sundries, $1 . 04 . 

Carried forward 



67 65 
103 47 

22 50 

5 00 

6 00 

20 00 
61 11 
15 75 

47 43 

600 00 
400 00 
345 00 
136 50 
277 50 
336 00 
42 50 
17 20 



1,175 87 

227 10 

74 13 

173 57 

22 00 

10 00 

318 17 

399 45 

18 00 

10 00 

35 35 

58 75 

39 50 

328 37 
166 05 



86 04 

20 88 

31 52 



674 20 
bO 85 

12 00 

358 75 
495 01 

300 00 

92 25 

45 00 

4 04 



238,327 81 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-107 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. 
Brought forward 



April 80, 189!), $1,750 ; 
fr.»m Oct. 24, 1898, to 



British Columbia Public Buildings generally ($2,132.35)— 

Henderson, Win., Victoria : services as clerk of works, 10 m. to 
travelling expenses from July 27 to Oct 17, 1898, $137.05; 
Feb. 11, 1891*, $82.27 ; from Feb. 20 to May 5, 1899, $144.53. . 

Jones, A. M.: 8 copies forms of tender for supplying coal, 8 fol. . . . 

Victoria "Times," 5h m. to June 30, 1899 

Public Buildings Generally ($1,057.50)— 

Anderson Bros. Co., " Stempel " tire extinguishers, 47 at $12.50 . . . 

McKinley & Northwood, rubber filter apparatus complete, 100 sets 

Patton, Chas., glass-lined Star Chem. tire extinguishers, 4 at $15. . 
Ottawa Experimental Farm, detailed under : 

Ottawa Buildings — Heating 

ti Lighting 

Detailed with Ottawa Buildings — Repairs 

Departmental Expenses at Ottawa ($771.08)— 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., messages 

Johnston, Jas., travelling expenses 

Queen's Printer's account, $48.87 ; Stationery Office, $109.88. . . 

Freightand Express: Can. Express, $3.45; OP. R., 35c; Dom. Express, $15; C.A.R., $1.40 

Advertising 

Salaries of engineers, caretakers, &c. (part of May and all of June, 1898) detailed at Page Q— 

104 of 1897-98, $9,430.76, less error in detailing A. E. Lyons, Berlin, $21 33 for May, 

J. C. Henley, Dartmouth, 4c. . . 

Total, Maintenance of Dominion Buildings , 



(PageQ-72) 
( .. Q-73) 
( - Q-69) 



Charged as follovs : 

Rents, Public Buildings.. 
Furniture, Dominion Buildings. 
Engineers, Caretakers, Firemen 



.(PageQ-76) $ 



&c. 



salaries. 

supplies 

Heating Dominion Buildings 

Lighting n 

Water „ 

Power for running elevators, &c (Page Q— 57) 

Renewals and Heavy Repairs : Maritime Provinces 

h M Quebec 

ii n Ontario, 

it ii Manitoba 

it ii North-west Territories . . 

ii ii British Columbia , 



Salaries of Engineers, 
1899- 1900 



( 

Caretakers, &c. (June, 1899) charged to 



Q-42) 
Q-47) 
Q-53) 
Q-53) 
Q— 55) 
Q-57) 



9,369 60 

4,942 49 

78,007 64 

3,554 53 

46,235 45 

45,095 81 

13,243 03 

3,895 76 

8,015 26 

11,960 24 

10,000 81 

5,007 77 

2,175 90 

5,201 08 

5,384 93 



Total of Summary, agreeing with total of Details, as above. 



Experimental Farms. 

Nappan, N.S. 

Dunlap Bros. & Co., Amherst: B.B. white lead, 250 lbs. at $7.90; raw oil, 8 galls, at 60c 

boile 1 oil, 5 galls, at 65c. ; sundries, $21.52 

Lusby, C. A. & Co., Amherst : gal. pipe, 141§ ft. of H-in. at 12c, 3,415 ft. of lj-in.' at 10^c, 

555 ft. of 1-in. at 8c; lawn hydrants, 3 at $4.50 ; plumber, 135)f h. at 30c; expenses of 

plumber, $6.70 ; stone mason's work at reservoir, 5 d. at $2.75 ; pipes, elbows, &c, $45 
McCleave & Yeomans, Amherst, painting pig house, ice house, barn doors, &c, Oct. 27 to 

Dec. 5, 24 d. at $2.50 

McDonald, Chas., laying water supply : digging, laying and filling of drain for water pipes to 

spring in the woods, 155 rods at $2, 62 rods at $1 ; labour of self, 11 d., during harvesting 

at $2, 16A d. at $1.50 ; man, 44i d. at $1.25 

McEachern, Jas., H d. at $2; Rhodes, Curry & Co., Amherst, cement for reservoirs, 4 brls. 

at $3 . . . 

Quilty, Win., Amherst, whitening ceiling, papering and painting room 

Billiker, C. J., Amherst ($1,070.71)- 

Con tract of Aug. 30, 1898: wood house, $210; ice house, $115; refrigerator, $55; pig 
gery, $250 ; raising old building, $25 

Hen house : 4 frames and sashes, $13.40 ; 1^ M. matched boards, $21 ; labour, 239 h. at 
20c; doors, hinges, glass, &c, $42.72 

New piggery, inside fittings not included in contract : 1,500 ft. plank, $13.50 ; 1 M. ft. 2 
x 5, $10 ; 1 M. ft. surface boards, $9 ; labour, 146 h. at 20c; sundry materials, $42.95 

Carried forward 



$ cts, 
238,327 81 



,113 85 
3 00 

15 50 

587 50 

410 00 

60 00 

300 60 
75 32 

16 25 

53 

17 65 
158 75 

20 20 
573 95 



9,409 39 



252,090 30 



252,090 30 



49 32 

539 63 
60 00 

474 37 



15 00 
3 00 


655 00 


124 92 


104 65 



2,025 89 



Q— 108 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Brandon, Man. 

Assiniboine Lumber Co. : 12 and 14 ft. spruce plank, 1,000 ft. at $17 ; sundry lumber, $18. 12 

Brown & Mitchell, 1 keg 4-in. wire nails 

Campbell & Campbell, upholstering parlour suite for reception room 

Curtis, Jos., work at cattle barn : carpentering, 2 d. at $2.50 ; repah-ing, $8.50 

Daniels, E. G. : siding foreman's house, $48 ; painting foreman's house, $20 ; painting cattle 
barn, $125 ; painting implement shed, $72 ; kalsomining office, $3 ; painting kitchen, $6. 

Eraser, A. C. & Co., 3 prs. curtains for reception room 

Hall, Chas., barn repairs, floor, &c, 47 h. work at 30c, 47 h. at 22^c 

Nation & Shewan, goods for upholstering sofa, 2 y. at $1 



Indian Head, N. W. T. 

Cockshutt Plough Co., Ltd., Winnipeg ($220.00)— 

Fourteen foot Ideal wind-mill complete with shafting, pulleys, &c, erected 

Pumping attachment, complete with elbows 

-Sherwood, A. W.: shiplap, 1,603 ft. at $22 ; 2-in. boards, 12 to 16 ft. long, 1,085 ft. at $21. 

sundry lumber, $13.71 



Agassiz, B.C. 

British Columbia Mills Timber and Trading Co., New Westminster, lumber for fencing, 1 x 
10-in. and 2 x 4-in., 10,000 ft. B.M. at $9.50 ; 1 x 8-in. and up, clear, 1,000 ft. at $19.50. . 

•Can. Pac. Ry. Co., freight on lumber, New Westminster to Agassiz, 39,400 ft. at lie. a 100. . 

Kirk, H. T., New Westminster: Red Cross Signal heater, 1 ft. pipe, $27.50; pipe, elbows 
and zinc, $5.75 ; 2 coal hods, $1.75 

Trapp, T. J. & Co., New Westminster : 643 ft. of f-in. gal. pipe, $48.23 ; plumber, 2^ d. 
$7.50 ; plumber's expenses, $9 ; sundry materials, $9.35 

Welch, G. F., New Westminster : wall paper, 20 rolls of ingrain at 60c, 116 rolls from 25 to 
45c, $40.25 ; border, 93 y. at 20c, 106 y. at various prices, $13.10; hanging, 136 rolls at 
40c ; moulding for 3 rooms, $7.90 ; painting wood work and floors in kitchen, $6 ; freight on 
tools, 90c ; expenses of 2 men, 7| d., $25.75 



.50 



61) 



Central Farm, Ottawa. 

General repair pay-lists, July 1, 1898 to April 30, 1899 :— 

Carpenter, Samuel Anderson : July 1 to Nov. 30, March 1 to June 30, 236 d. at $: 
Dec. 1 to Feb. 28, 77 d. at $2.25 

Carpenter, John Kerr, March 20 to June 30, 89 d. at $2 

Fitting up heating apparatus in new laboratory, Jan. 1-Feb. 28, '99 (for names see Page Q 

Pipe-fitting, &c, Dec. 21-31, 1898 (for names see Page Q— 61) 

Repairing furnace, pipe fitting, plumbing, &c, May 1-June 30. '99 (for names see Page Q— 72) 

Bronsons & Weston Lumber Co. : culls, 130 feet of lx8-in at $12; 213 feet of 2 x 4 at $11 ; 
4,023 feet of 1x12 at $10; cartage, $3.50 

Bryson, Graham & Co. : curtains, 3 pr. at $4 50 ; 152 rolls wall paper, $8.28 ; 48 yds. border, 
$1.66 ; sundries, $1 .02 

Butterworth & Co. : galvd. expansion tank, $5.75; iron pipe, 80| feet of 2|-in. at 18c, 8H 
feet of 2-in. at 12c, 202 feet of l^-in. at 5 "65c.: sundry tees, valves, elbows, &c, $37.41. . 

•Capital Planing Mill Co. : 2-in. plank, 720 feet at $15 ; 1 x 10-in. x 13 feet, T. & G., 500 feet 
at $30 ; sundry lumber, shingles and laths, $81.88 

Charleson, W. G. : white lead, 100 lbs. at 6c; linseed oil, 5 galls, at 65c; sundries, $2.01 

Hay, N. : front door rabt. locks, 3 sets at $3.95 ; mortise locks and knobs, 6 sets at $1, 9 sets 
at 80c; 4x4 butts and screws, 16^ pr. at $1.75 ; sash fasts, 1 T V doz. at $3.30 ; sash lifts, 
2£ doz. at $3.30 ; brass sq. bolts, 32 at 45c; French window catches, 16 at 50c; boiled oil, 
5 galls, at 60c ; 1 roll wire cloth, $3.75 ; 4 kegs nails, $9.85 ; sundry hardware, $62.20. . . 

Ives, H. R., & Co., Montreal : " Buffalo " boiler, $168 ; freight, $7.24.. 

Lewis, Bros. & Co., Montreal: iron pipe, (\bh feet of 3r,-in. at 21c, 2,746|J feet of 1-in. at 
39c, 488J4 feet of various sizes, $36.31"; N. P. brass peet valves, 2 of 1^ in. at $1.65, 7 
of 1-in. at $1.35 ; brass peet valves, 6 of 1^-in. at $1.35, 6 of 1^-in. at $1.10, 6 of 1-in. at 
$1 ; radiator air taps, 13 at 55c; Safford radiators, 1 of 48 sq. ft. at $12, 1 of 32 sq. ft. at 
$7.50 ; pipe cluster headers, 12 for 8 pipe at $1.30, 4 for 6 pipe at $1 ; No. 2 rep. stavs 
single 8 pipe, 9 at 95c; No. 3 reg. stays, 19 for 8 pipe at $1.55, 6 for 6 pipe at $1.30 
sundries, $31.33 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
2,025 89 



Experimental Farms — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Nappan, N.S. — Concluded. 
■Silliker, C. J., Amherst — Con. 

Old piggery : 1,500 ft. plank, $13.50 ; 2 M. ft. surface boards, $18 ; labour, 170 h. at 20c 

sundry materials, $37.85 

House and general repairs : labour, 34 h. at 20c; sundry materials, $27.99 

Wood house : 2i-in. sheathing, 750 ft. at $18 ; nails, 30c; labour, 16 h. at 20c 

Cement, 8 brls. at $3.50 ; 1 d. mason work, $3 

Smith, W. P. & Co., Amherst : paper, 5J rolls at 50c; border, 21^ yds. at 12c 



103 35 

34 79 

17 00 

31 00 

5 33 


35 12 

3 25 

24 00 

13 50 


274 00 

15 00 

24 67 

2 00 


200 00 
20 00 



71 75 



114 50 
43 34 

35 00 

74 08 



178 90 



763 25 
178 00 
457 24 
26 37 
191 24 

47 63 

24 46 

78 85 

107 68 
11 26 



165 86 
175 24 



314 01 



5,887 56 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Experimental Varms— Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Central Farm, Ottawa— Continued. 



work done Jan. 20, 1899, 



Lyons, John J. ; 

$5,527 ; less drawback, «B7, and less #745 pS i^89? OS^age Q-IOT) g laborator ^ 
Ross Coy. , C. : net for 1 pair curtains, 10 vds. at 35c ' 

&MTc£- , i p P S 9 OI i titTS ne 8 " enerator - $85 ; Vdoz - ^ b ™^ «»»: "»::.:. 

Wurtele, J. W., & Co. : mineral wool, 348 lbs. at 3c" 



Freight and express : Canada Atlantic Ry., $7.03 ; Canadian Pacific R V ' '$24' 27 

Cab-hire for officials : D. Ewart, $3.25 ; T. W. Fuller $4 25 *».-*/ 

Street car fares : John Cowan, $3.70 : T. W Fuller $1 • Clin ' A ' Q™Vi™ ' 7 ' ' cJ ; ' : • 

McDonald, helper, $8.80.. ... ' *' ' A ' Sparks ' steamfi tter, and A. 

Queen's Printer's account, $15.70 ; advertising,' $8.70. '.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.]' . 

Charged to: 1898-99, $10,064.00; to 1899-1900, $238. 



50 



Note : "Repairs to Immigration and Quarantine Buildings " will be found at Q-256. 



Advocate Harbour, N.S. : New Wharf : May- June, 1899. 



Canning, 17 ; 
Loonier, 12i 
1 ; Edward C. 



Nathan Duff, 15| ; Gill 

Wm. Mills, 13| ; Eph . 

Moore, 22£ ; Wm. Smith, 



Conductor, Alfred Knowlton. 26| days at $2.50 
Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Harris Brown, 24i • S R 

mour Knowlton, 21^ ; Jas. Knowlton, 15f : Geo ' 

Morris, 25| ; Jas. R. Morris, 26| ; Robt. Morris, ! 

Man and team, days at $3 : Stephen Canning, 17* ; Caleb Morris U 



2,500 1. ft. at 
Elderkin, A. C. and C. W. ($701.31)— 

Spruce, 12 x 12-in. 20,268 ft. at $12 ; sundry lumber, $16.75 

ffP^ nuts 3,547 lbs. at 4£c.; washers, 2,801 lbs. at 4c! '. 

Iron, 4,180 lbs. at 2^c. ; wire spikes, 14 kegs, at $3 ' 

Augers, 6, $11.80 ; rope, 61f lbs. at 9c. ; hardware! $5.83 

MT ie V^ e °"i^ UCe : 10xl2 " in - 2,160 ft. at $10 ; 9 and 10 in.' o'iW 1116 l' ft' at'v 

fe £ d ™ d C " *V™™ at tlO: 8 x 10-in. scantling, 1,080 ft ;' ff'coverinV 1 712 ft 

Burton. 6 x J-m. sheat ™w 9 a, * at ^ ' Morri > sZCZ™7^eJveAn g 



ft. 



6 x 8-in. sheet piling, 2,675 1 

732ft. at $10 .... 

Morris Caleb spruce : 6-in. piling, 8, 4251. ft'.'at * lie. ':' 8-in.' pi'w' 

timber, 895 ft. at $8 ; 10 x 12-in., 920 ft -* •*» *« "" • l — 
Queen's Printer's account 



at $12 ; 12 x 12- 



1,350 ft. at 2c. 
1,523 ft. at $12. . . . 



x 10-in. 



Total carried to page Q— 3. 



Q-109 



$ ets. 
5,887 56 



4,225 00 

3 50 

95 80 

3 50 

10 44 

31 30 

7 50 

13 50 
24 40 


10,302 50 



66 87 



324 70 



Arisaig, N.S., Repairs to Wharf: Sept. 15-Oet. 22, 



1898. 



Foreman, Joseph A. Smith, 19 d. at $2 

Sub. foreman, Stephen Gillis, 11J d. at $1 50 ' ' 



8i; Dougald McDonald, 9J; D. R 
McDonald, ll£ ; Ronald McDonald, 8 
each under 8 days, in all 84* days 
Labourers, days at $1.20: John" McDonald 



8; A. O. McDonald, 9f; Donald McDonald. 
McDonald, 8; John McDonald, 8 ; John C 
Donald Smith, 9 ; John Smith, 9 ; 22 others' 



,8 others under 7 days each, m'al'h 19 days' ' 
Labourer, days at ^jSta^KS^Sl^* ? \ * ^ Under 8 ^ "^ in ^ 10 ^ 



Single teams at $1.70, 10 persons, each under 8 days, in all 49 d 
^ i, " $1.65, 7 persons, each under 7 davs. in all 37A H 

Double teams at $3, 4 persons, each under 8 days in all 2(J d 
McDonald, John : 3 pes. hardwood fenders, $3.24 ; 58 ft ' 
McFnerson, Win., protection stone. 482 cubic yd 



101 52 
57 00 
78 90 


114 35 


259 96 

271 66 

146 50 

23 19 

55 08 

27 92 


54 13 


189 84 
10 36 


1,781 98 


38 00 
17 25 



at 2c 



spruce plank, $2.90 



Total carried to page Q— 4. 



262 14 

32 40 

20 35 

6 50 

83 29 

61 86 

62 25 
6 14 
9 64 



599 82 



Q— 110 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Belliveau's Cove, N.S.: Aug. 29-Nov. 5, 1898. 



Conductor, Emilien Belli veau, 47 days at $2. 
Foreman, Charles Belliveau, 46 days at $1.50 
Carpenters, days at $1.10 : Aug. Belliveau, 33f ; Aug. Gaudet, 45£ 



Labourers, days at $1 : Amero, Ed., 13| ; Aube, Thos. 43^; Belliveau, Alberni 1C£, Marin 30|, 
Pius \5\ ; Comeau, Aug. 10i, Cyriac 10, Elisie 5, Hilaire 394,, -lames 11, John A. 18 j, Louis 
23. 1 ,, N. A. Hi N. C. 12£, Simon 324, Win. 12 ; Dionue, Chas. 1, Doucett, Adolph 16, 
Chas. H. 14J, Denis 12, Fidele 11, Frank M. 11, Israel 1H, James 3^, Neve \2h ; Dugas, 
Adrian 10| ; Gaudet, Alph. V. 21, Ede 2U, Leo 40, Lezin 10£, Oliver V. 18£, Sat. 17 ; 
Hill, Aug. 11 ; Le Blanc, Ambrose G. 26|, Edmund 14£, Henry 23^, Henry G. 3 ; 
Soucie, Delphis 11£ ; Weaver, Chas. A. 2, Eye 16! ■ 

Labourers, days at 80c. : Edward Gaudet, 9^ ; Simide LeBlanc, 12 

Carters, days at $2 : Jos A. Belliveau, lh ; Jos. U. Belliveau, 32 ; Aug. Comeau, 12 ; Aug. 
Doucett, 9 ; Sifroi LeBlanc, 2| ; Jos. Soucie, 17^ 

Belliveau, Estate of Urbain : 0-in. spruce ballast poles, 7,398 ft. at l£c; fenders, 5,044 ft. at 
2c; common iron, 889 lbs. at 2c, 2,691 lbs. at $1.65 a 100; spikes, 2 kegs at $2.25; 3 
augers, $1.65, $1.70 and $1.80 ; rope, 26^ lbs. at 14c; sundries, $10.95 

Melancon, Aug. D.: stone ballast, 20 tons at 20c; common iron, 524 lbs. at 2c ; 10-12-in. 
spruce logs, 14 ft. at 4c; 6-8-in. spruce, 102 ft. at 2c, 78 ft. at 2Ac; tin cup, 5c 

.Stone ballast, 513 tons at 20c; 6-in. spruce ballast poles, 5,300 ft. "at lie, 200 ft. at 2c; 10- 
12-in. timber, 458 ft. at 5c; 10 12-in. hemlock, 6,lf2 ft. at 5c; 10-12-in. spruce, 1,192 ft. 
at 5c; 8-10-in. hemlock and spruce, 48 1 ft. at 4c; 6-10-in. fenders, 535 ft. at 2c, 488 ft. 
at2ic; paid as follows: Jos. U. Belliveau, $56.77; Marin Belliveau, $22.50; James 
Buckley, $20.90; Aug. R. Comeau, $27.33; Franklin Comeau, $11.83 ; Geo. Comeau, 
$25.45 ; N. A. Comeau. $29.58; Anselm L. Doucett, $34.45 ; Aug. L. Doucett, $21.05 ; 
Denis Doucet, $27.20, Peter L. Doucet, $28.26 ; H. Dugas, $17.92 ; John Dugas, $32. (i0 ; 
O. V. Gaudet, $17.75 ; John Holden, $37.01; A. G. Leblanc, $16.48; A. M. Leblanc, 
$17.60 ; Ed. L. Leblanc, $31.37 ; Sifroi LeBianc, $10.50 ; Aug. F. Theriault, $18.04 ; Chas. 
A. Weaver, $14.90 ; 18 payments under $10, in all $99.91 



Total carried to page Q- 



Canada Creek Breakwater, N.S. : Sept. 7-Nov. 3, 1898. 



Conductor, Wm. J. Burgess, 45 days at $2. 
Foreman, Jordan Bowlby, 43 days at $1.75. 



Carpenters, days at $1.25: S. Brymer, 382; C. Coleman, 249; Jas. Gould, 328; Wm. 
Gould, 27^ ! ; Thos. Parker, 36 ; Jos. Spicer, 27 ; Edw 



Iw. White, 13 ; J. F. White, 35i 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Ernest Bowlby," 17 8 ; Jas. Dickie, 14 ; Wm. Thomas, 28 

Labourers, days at $1.15 : Alfonso Still well, 20 3 ; Wm. Wells, 15| 

Labourers, days at $1 : Abner Backhouse, 10; Edson Bowlby, 32' 9; Rufus Brymer, 10^; 
John Coleman, 35'4; Henry Dickie, 15i ; John Foote, 12; Jas. Lynch, 10' 7; Albert 
Pineo, 10 ; 18 labourers each less than 10 days, in all $69.45 

Labourer at 75c a day : Geo. Dickie, 7h days 

Double teams at $1.50 : Eben Backhouse, 2 d.; Edson Bowlby, 21^ d.; Edwd. Schnarr, 4f d.; 
J. F. White. 21 d 

Single teams at $1 : E. Chute, id.; A. Pineo, 3^ d.; H. Rawding, 4 d,; S. Sarsneld, 3^ d.. . . 

Oxen at $1 : Rufus Brymer, 3| clays 

Bowlby, J. & E., Black Rock : 10 to 14 in. spruce logs, 6,629 ft. at 4c; 8 to 10 in. spruce floor- 
ing, 4,633 ft. at 2c ; knees, 6 at $1 ; trucking, $4 

Dodge & Dennison, Kentville : iron, 3,817 lbs. at $1.65; wrt. spikes, 3 kegs at $3 ; rope, llOf 
lbs. at 14c ; hardware, $13.75.... 

Burgess, W. J., conductor : horse-hire, $12 ; hardware, $5.51 ; freight, $6.61 

Spruce logs : 8 to 10 in. dia., 1,403 ft. at 3c, 1,060 ft. at 2c; 8 to 12 in. dia., 229 ft. at 3c, 982 
ft. at 2c; 10 to 12 in. dia., 608 ft. at 4c; 6 to 9 in. dia., 180 ft. at 2c, 16 ft. at 3c; paid as 
follows :— Jas. Arnold, $15.33; Jordan Bowlby, $22.84; Jos. Rawding, $22.07; Wm. 
Spicer, $26.70 ; 9 payments under $7, $33.06 

Small payments : smithwork, $5.85 ; oil, 2 galls, at 75c; old iron, 25c ; trucking iron, $2 ; 
spruce knees, 4 at $2 

•Charged to: 1898-9, $1,037.75 ; 1899-1900, $469.05 



Clieticamp, N.S. : Repairs to Wliarf. 

Chiasson, Chas. F., services in arranging for and taking delivery of timber: Dec, 13| d. 

Jan., 12 d. ; Feb., 10 d. ; Mar., 20 d. ; in all, 45 d. at $2 

Landing and piling creosoted timber, June 15-16, 1899 : foreman, Chas. F. Chaisson, 2d. at $2 

labourers: Phil. Bourgeois, Germ. Chiasson, PI. Chiasson, Gr. Poiiier, 2 d. each at $1.. 
Aucoin, Anselm : 7 spruce 10 x 10 pile caps, 247 1. ft. at 25c; 10 x 12 floor stringers, 279 1. ft 

at 25c 
Aucoin, Lubain, spruce : 8 in. x 10 ft. rd., 708 ft. at 10c. • 10 x 12 in! x 16 ft. * 96 L ft.' at 15c. 

sundry, $8.34 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 

94 00 
69 00 

87 17 



646 75 
17 20 

149 00 



298 39 
19 08 



619 40 



,999 99 



90 00 
75 25 

293 92 
74 75 
41 17 



206 20 
5 62 

73 87 
11 50 

3 75 

367 82 

101 23 
24 12 



120 00 
17 60 



1,506 80 



90 


00 


12 


00 


131 


50 


93 54 



327 04 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-lll 



Cneticamp, N.S. : Repairs to Wliarf— Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Aucoin, Patk.: 29 ft. hardwood, 14-in. ; fender-piles, 842 1. ft. at 10c; 10 x 10 in. x 12 ft. sq. 

hardwood, 120 1. ft. at 14c; round spruce, 512 1. ft. of 7 in. at 5c, 132 1. ft. of lOin. at 10c 
Aucoin, Paul J.: covering, 1,(500 ft. at $15 ; 28 hardwood 10 x 10 in. chocks, 126 1. ft. at 14c; 

6 x 10 in. spruce, 63 1. ft. at 10c . . . . 

Bellefountain, Simon : |-in. round iron, 2,200 lbs. at 2jfc: 160 J-in. spikes, say 483rjlbs. at 3c; 

rope, 50 lbs. at 12c 

Boudrot, Lubain : 12 hardwood 10 x 10 chocks, 90 1. ft. at 14c; sundry, $4.62 

Chiasson, Eucis : covering, 3,080 ft. at $15 ; 8 x 10 spruce braces, OS 1. ft. at 12c; 10 x 10 in. 

spruce piles, 33 ft. at 25c; 10 x 12 in. floor stringer, 31 ft. at 25c; 10 xlOin. sprucecaps, 

39 1. ft. at 14c 

Kirk, D. G. ($598.61)- 

Creosoted piles : 50, 1,263 1. ft. at 25|c 

Proportion of freight paid schooner " Patriot," 72 p.c of cost 

Proportion of insurance, $9.75 ; of telegrams, $1.13 

Commission, 5 p.c. of $570.11 

Luertez, Marcellin : 23 sq. 10 x 12 floor stringers, 483 1. ft. at 16c; 1 do, 33 ft. at 25c; Ospruce 

10 x 10 in. caps, 108 1. ft. at 15c 

Roach, Marcellin : covering, 9,320 ft. at $15 ; 8 spruce 8 x 10 in. braces, 136 1. ft. at 12c; 4 

spruce 10 x 10 caps, 93 ft. at 14c 

Pvomard, Edwd., 4 spruce 8 x ' braces, 68 1. ft. at 12c 

Covering at $15 a M. : Thos. R/>ach, 1,600 ft. ; Michael Romard, 800 ft 

Timber, 10 x 10, at 14c. a foot : Theo. Chiasson, 44 1. ft. ; Pepin Roach, 17 1. ft 

Ballast stone, tons at 40c: Frs. Aucoin, 15; Anth. Boudrot, 10; D. D. Desvaux, 12; Chas. 

Doucet, 20 ; Chs. Muise, 7 ; Pepin Roach, 8 



Total, carried to page Q— 3. 



Clark's Harbour, N.S. : Breakwater, &c. 

Brooks, Geo. W. & Win., bill of Sept. 15, 1898 : 13 d. drilling, blasting and hoisting stone by 
sfcr. " Aid " and submarine appliances at Clark's Harbour at $50 

Nickerson, M. A., 13 d. services as inspector of work done by Capt. Biooks at Clark's Har 
bourat$2 

Str. "Aid," Capt. Brooks, bill of Dec. 27, 1898 : 1 day, Sept. 13, removing rocks and dredging 
at Central Wharf, Clark's Harbour 



Total, carried to page Q— 3. 



Wi 



Coffin's Island, N.S.: Beaeh Protection: Aug. 15-Sept. 27, 1898. 

Foreman, Henry A. Mouzar, 33f d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.40 : Enos Wentzell, 26| ; James Wentzell, 30| 

Blacksmith and blaster, Alexander Taylor, 17§ d. at $1.40 

Blasters, days at $1.20 : Wm. Corkum, 28^ ; Geo. Erehck, 16f ; Henry Frelick, 16.^ ; 

Mouzar, 154; 

Labourers, days at $1.10: Wm. Conrod, 6^; Jos. Corkum, 19; John Darron, 27; Chas. 
Grose, 20^ ; Clifford Mouzar, 16| ; Guy Mouzar, 17 ; Nelson McLeod, 14 ; Gilbert Man- 
thorne, 14£ ; Jos. Peutz, 2h ; Harry Wagner, 13§ ; Albert W<mtzel, 3 ; Alexander Wh %r- 
ton. 19 ; Amos Wharton, 7h, ; Bernard VVharton, 6.7 ; Lewis Wolfe, 16| 

Teams hauling rocks, days at $3 : Gordon Corkum, 15 ; Reuben Jennings, 15^ 

Hendry, A. W.: powder, 4 kegs at $3.40 ; spikes, fuse, nails, &c, $9.41 

Jones, Wm. J.: making bolts, 540 lbs. at 3c; sundry foundry work, $3.50 

Mackintosh, Chas. V.: i iron, 1,300 lbs. at $2.18 ; 400 at $1.95; rd. iron, 750 lbs. at $1.95 ; 
sundries, $8.95 

McLeod, James : logs, 10 in. at small end, 18 of 32 ft. long at $1.25, 100 of 22 ft. at 90c, 81 
of 14-16 ft. at 75c; logs for ballast floor, 104 of 22 ft. at 35c; 900 ft of spruce scantling, 
$9 ; 1,000 ft. hem. boards, $6.50 

Tug "St. Michael,'' transporting oxen from island to shore 

8 payments under $10 : rent of forge, $4 ; drill steel and hammer, $2.64; lumber, $9.59 ; hard- 
wood, $1.22 ; coal, 95c ; 4 trolley wheels, $8.79 



Total, carried to page Q — 3. 



Cow Bay BreakAvater : Aug. 25-Jan. 19. 



Foreman, John J. Mclnnis, 1233 d. at $3 

Assistant foreman, Daniel Ross, 118^ d. at $2 

Carpenters : Colin McDonald, 339 d". at $1.50; Donald 
H. McDonald, 47'1 d. at $1.50, 12 d. at $1.25 



T. McDonald, 40± d. at $1.50; John 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 
327 04 

139 80 

47 94 

81 00 
17 22 

75 82 



325 23 
234 00 

10 88 
28 50 


101 73 


169 14 

8 16 

36 00 

8 54 


28 80 


1,639 80 



650 00 
26 00 
50 00 



: 26 00 



67 50 
79 45 

24 85 

92 70 



223 85 
91 50 
23 01 
19 70 

59 72 



225 15 
5 00 



27 19 
939 62 



369 90 
237 00 

197 25 



804 15 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Cow Bay : Breakwater — Continued. 
Brought forward 

Mason, Angus Ferguson, 30'6 d. at $1.50, 10 d. at $1.25 , 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Anderson, Jos., 30; Boutilier, Wm., 8'3; Clements, Edw. 1, John 
J. 124; Curry, Geo. 14 '6, Joe 14 '2, John 11'2, Patk. 14 "4, Stephen 14*2; Doyle, Jos., 
14-2 ; ^Ferguson, John, 31 '1 ; Martell, John 13% Joshua 23 '9 ; Morrison, Rodk., 2; 
Murphy, James, 397 ; Murrant, Archie, 13* ; McAuLiy, Alex, 22.2, Chas. 25*, Dun- 
can 161; McDonald, Alex. 20, Angus 261, Donald 241, Don. H. 38*6, Don. J. 14-6, 
Don. T. 28*, Edw. 7*9, James R. 35 '3, John 10*, John jr. 1, John T. 12, John V. 
6, Wm. 4; McGregor, Guary, 38 "2 ; McKeagan, Chris. 711, Dan. 27 '6; McLeod, Don., 
13*; McNeil, Alex. 27, David 12*; McQueen, D. J., 7'3; Nolan, Wm., 151; Orr, Jos., 
221; Peach, Abner 7*, Chas. 1, Fred. 9 3, Henry 1, John 29, Thos. 271, Thos. sr. 
4-2; Peters, Edgar, 12*; Phalen, Angus, 317; Rees, Cenric E., 29; Ross, Wm., 11 ; 
Scott, John, 94; Shepard, Chas. 35'2, Joel 9 ; Tutty, James, 15; Wadden, Alf. 14'6, 
Henry 23-9, John H. 14-2 

Labourers, days at $1 : Andrews, .7as., 13.7 ; Brand, Wm., 107 ; Buchanan, John, 38'9 ; 
Crosby, John, 63 ; Ferguson, Alex 4 T V, Neil 2; Jerrit, Thos., 1; Major, Adol., 3'9; 
Matheson, Dan., 5; Morrison, Rodk., 18"3; Murphy, Thos., 8; Murrant, Arnold 4'8, 
Edw. 4*8, Jas 48, Joseph 48, Marshall 7*6; McCuish, Hugh, 8; McDonald, Angus, 
7; Mclnnies, Archie 17, Angus 2(% Cecil 3, T. E 5, Thos. 30 9; McKay, Donald, 
12'8; McLellan, John, 6*, McLennan, Allan, 7 ; McNeil, Alex., 2; McPhail, Dan., 13^; 
McRae, Dan. J. 3, Mai. 5*9; Nesbit, Alex., 6; Nicholson, Alex., 12 3 ; Peach, Jos., 
2-8, Wm., 8-3; Pendergast, Dennis, 9.1 ; Peppet, David, 23*3; Phalen, Edw., 8; Phillips, 
Wm., 19*9; Smith. Wilson, 2*8, Donald, 3; Shepard, Wm., 177; Young, Henry, 49.. 

Labourers: Dan. McAulay, 17 d. at $1.20; Wm. Phalen, 5^ d. at 80c; Howard Peppet, 
351 d. at 60c 

Teams, days at $2 : Andrews, Wm., 5 ; Curry, John, 1* ; Dixon, Capt., 10 ; Dixon, Almond, 
2; Ferguson, John 2, John C. 0, Neil 4; Giovanetti, Humbert, 8; Leslie, J. P., 2*; 
McAulay, Angus 2, Dan. 6, John 224; McDonald, Angus 3 '9, John 2, Neil 10; 
McGregor, Robt., 7; Mclnnis, Dan., 3' McLeod, Lauchlin 14, Malcolm 7; McMillan, 
D. J. 93, John S. 93; Nearinsr, John, 78; Nicholson, L., 19*8: Nicolson, Alex., 5'8; 
Pendergast, Thos., 2 ; Phalen, Edw. sr. 8, Edw. jr. 5* ; Spence, O. J., 2 

Team, days at $1 50: Curry. John,^, Wm., 11| ; Leslie, P. J., 253; McDonald, Edw., 
19, Hector, 8 7, James, 7, James R., 1 ; Mclnnis, John J., 3, Thos., 30 3 

Leslie, J. A: bags, 800 at 15c, 400 at 10c; sand, 100 loads at 40c; gravel, 50 tons at 60c 

McAulay, Daniel, sawing plank and repairing road on breakwater after storm of Dec, '96. . . . 

McAulay, John: 1-in., £-in. and f-in. bolts, 11,838 lbs. at 4c; 1-in. bolts, 685 lbs. at 4|c; 
sundry smithwork, $32 .90 

Spence, O. J. : 3-in. spruce deals, 6,011 ft. at $13 ; 4-in. spruce plank, 2,230 ft. at $13 ; 12 x 12 
sawn spruce timber, 15,400 ft. at $15; hardwood piles, 2,970 ft. at 6c; spruce logs, 960 
ft. at 6*c; ballast poles. 5,900 ft. at l£c; hem. boards, 1,680 ft. at 90c a 100; sundry 
hardware, $28.41 ; White's cement, 116 brls. at $2.71 

Small items : §-in. iron, 159J lbs. at 4c ; plank, 250 ft. at $10 a M 

Total carried to page Q— 3 

Cribbon's Pt.: Bepairs to Wharf, Sept. 6-Oct. 15, 1898. 

Foreman, Dougald McDonald, 21 d. at $2; quarryman, Dougald McKinnon, 7 d. at $1.40.. . 

Quarrymen at $1 . 50 : Dan. C. McNeil, 13 d. ; Duncan McNeil, 6 d 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Boyd, Alex. A. 1, Allan R. 5, Angus D. 10, John A 13, John 

H. 8, Ronald R. 6 ; Cameron, Allan, 2* ; McDonald, Alex. 5, Angus Glebe 4, Dan. Red. 

6, Hugh 19, John Glebe 2, M. R^ 11; McDougall, John D. 7, John Shon 2; 

McGillivray, Allan 2, Angus Tailor 8, John A. 1, Wm. 2 ; Mclsaac. Angus, 9 ; 

McNeil, Angus D. 9, Rodk. 3 ; Ring, Ml., 9 ; Wallace, Dan., 6 

Single teams, days at $2: Boyd, Allan R., 1; McDougall, Dan. A. 1|, Hugh 2; McNeil, 

Dan. C. 4, Duncan, 1, Rodk. 2 ; McKinnon, Dougald, 1 

Team, Dan. A. McDonald, 17 d. at $3 ; horse, Widow Neil McDonald, 16^ d. at $1 

Boyd, Alex.: 200 lbs. iron cut into spikes, $4 ; smithwork, $3.70 

Kirk, D. G.: keg powder, $3.50 ; hardware, $6.57 

McGillivray, Alex., derrick wheel and shaft, $8; McGillivray, Dan., powder, 11 J lbs. at 30c. 

Total carried to page Q— 3 , 

East Bagged Island, Slielburne Co., N. S. : Wharf. 

Queen's Printer's account, $9.75 ; advertising, $30.32 

McManus, Jeremiah B., Memramcook : progress estimate on contract of $2,280 to June 26, 

1899, 55 per cent completed, $1,251 ; less 10 p. c drawback, $134 

Harlan, Stephen, inspector at $2, May 20 d., June 26 d , 

Total carried to page Q— 4 



$ cts. 

804 15 

58 40 



1,344 62 



398 76 
46 04 



375 60 

171 00 

230 00 

15 00 

537 24 



1,010 37 

8 88 


5,000 00 


51 80 

28 50 



188 12 



25 00 


67 50 


7 70 


10 07 


11 45 



390 14 



40 07 



1,120 00 
92 00 



1,252 07 



• PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
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Q-113 



East Tracadie, Antigonish Co.: Reconstructing; Breakwater. 

Foreman and conductor, Hubert Bonvie, at $2 a day : 

Foreman : arranging for and receiving materials, Nov. 5-15, Jan. 13-24, Mar. 8-14, Mar. 

23-29, 30 days 

Conductor, June 2, June 20-30, 1899, lOf d. at $2 

Sub-conductor, Simon Boudrau, 8f d. at $1 .50 

Carpenters at $1.40 ; John E. Boudreau, 8| d.; Jos. S. Boudrau, 84- d 

Labourers, June 2, 25', d. at $1 : labourers, June 20-30, 153| d. at $1.25: with boat, 6f d. at 
si .50; double horse teams, lg d. at $3 : paid as follows : Matty, Ben., $10.94 ; Benoit, 
John, $11.69; Boudreau, Alex. $12.31, Ben. $10.94, Hubert $10.93, John L. $10.94, 
Peter si I.T.i, Simon B. $15.56, Simon L. $10.94; Bowie, Frs., $10.94; Decost, John, 
$12.07 ; Delory, Hubert $12.80, Jerry $10.94 ; Gorman, Edm., $10.94 ; Johnston, Martin, 
$10.94 ; Petitpas, David $9.06, Hubert $10.44 ; 19 others each less than $7, $30.56 

Benoit, F. : 7-in. flat beech, 96 ft. at 8c. ; ballast, 9 c. y. at 50c 

Borden, Alex.: 5 x 6 hewn spruce, 656 ft. at 7c; 7-in. flat maple, 192^ ft. at 8c; ballast, 5 c. 
... y. at 50c 

Boudreau, Alex.: 7-in. flat birch, 144 ft. at 8c ; ballast, 21 c y. at 50c 

Boudrot, Benj.: rd. 7-in. spruce, 330 ft. at 6c; 5x6 hewn spruce, 160 ft. at 7c; ballast, 21 
c y. at 50c ... 

Boudreau, C. P., brush, 14 loads at 60c 

Boudreau, Hubert: rd. spruce, 10-in. top, 14-in. butt, 320| ft. at 10c; 5x6 hewn spruce, 
168 ft. at 7c ; ballast, 21 c y. at 50c 

Boudreau, John E.: 10 x 12 hewn spruce, 290^ ft. at 18c; 5x6 hewn spruce, 840 ft. at 7c; 
rd. 7 in. spruce, 160 ft. at 6c; 7-in. flat beech, 135 ft. at 8c; ballast, 21 c. y. at 50c 

Boudreau, Jos. S. : rd. spruce, 10-in. top, 14-in. butt, 311 ft. at 10c; hewn spruce, 588 ft. of 

5 x 6-in., 197 ft. of 6 x 8-in. at 7c; 7-in. flat birch, 225 ft. at 8c; ballast, 21 c y. at 50c . . 
Boudrot, Peter : rd. spruce, 330 ft. of 7-in. top at 6c, 48 of 10-in. top at 10c; 5 x 6-in. hewn 

spruce, 290 ft. at 7c ; 7-in. flat beech. 200 ft. at 8c; ballast, 21 c. y. at 50c 

Boudreau, Simon, 1 acre of land for use for material and works upon, during reconstruction 

of breakwater 

Boudreau, Simon B. : rd. spruce, 10-in. too, 14-in. butt, 357^ ft. at 10c; 5 x 6 in. hewn spruce 

200 ft. at 7c ; ballast, 21 c y. at 50c 

Boudrot, Simon L. : rd. spruce, 10-in. top, 122| ft. at 10c; rd. 7-in. spruce, 704 ft. at 6c 

flatted birch, 168 ft. of 7-in. at 8c, 288 ft. of 9-in. at 8c; ballast, 26 c y. at 50c 

Decost, John : timber, $6 . 78 ; ballast, 21 c y. at 50c 

Delory, Hubert : 7-in. spruce, 176 ft. at 6c; hewn spruce, 140 ft. of 5 x 6 in. at 7c, 35 ft. of 

6 x 8 in. at 7c ; 7-in. flat beech, 95 ft. at 8c ; ballast, 21 c y. at 50c 

Gorman, Edmund : round hemlock, 10-in. top, 14-in. butt, 852^ ft. at 10c; 7-in. flatted beech, 

555 ft. at 8c ; ballast, 21 c y. at 50c 

Johnston, Martin : rd. 7-in. spruce, 380 ft. at 6c; 10 x 12 hewed spruce, 180 ft. at 18c 

Kirk, D. G., Antigonish ($1,298.18)— 

Creosoted piles, 97 : 2,019 lin. ft. at 25|c 

Creosoted timber, 7 x 7 in. x 15 ft., 84 pes.: 5,145 ft. B. M. at $30. 

Proportion of freight paid schooner " Patriot," 72 per cent 

Proportion of insurance, $20 . 23 ; of telegrams, $1 . 12 

Commission, 5 per cent on $1,181.04 

Rd. iron, 2,236 lbs. at 2^c; rope, 14^ lbs. at l~c 

Matty, Ben : 5 x 6 hewn spruce, 620 ft. at 7c ; 7-in. flat birch, 80 ft. at 8c ; ballast, 21 c y. at 50c 

Perron, Stephen, 5 x 6 hewn spruce, 160 ft. at 7c 

Petitpas, Hubert : rd. 10-in. hemlock, 77 ft. at 10c; 7-in. flat birch, 170 ft. at 8c; ballast, 21 

c y. at 50c 

Stone, cubic yards at 50c : John Benoit, 14^ ; F. Beshong, 6| ; Frs. Bowie, 21 ; John L. 

Boudreau, 21; Jerry Delory, 21; Wm." Johnston, 21; A. J. McDonald, 21; David 

Petitpas, 21 ; Wm. J. Pitts, 11 



Total, carried to page Q — 3 



English town, N.S. : Wharf. 



Queen's Printer's account. 



Halifax Graving Dock: Subsidy. 

Halifax Graving Dock Co., Ltd., London, Eng. : subsidy for year to Sept., 1898, under Act 
45 Vic, cap. 17 (being the 9th annual payment out of 20) 



Hall's Harbour : Restoring Breakwater. 

Pay-lists and accounts, Aug. 15 to Oct. 24, 1898— 

Foreman, John Neville : service, 11^ d. at $2 ; hardware, $2.75 

Carpenters, days at $1 : B. Akerly, 3 ; And. Neville, 11£ ; Percy Neville, 11£ 
Parker, 5 ; Had. Sullivan, 4 



Joe 



1— 8q 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



60 00 
21 50 
13 12 
24 50 



233 13 
12 18 


63 78 
22 02 


41 50 

8 40 


54 31 


141 99 


114 55 


71 40 


20 00 


60 25 


103 97 
17 28 


40 91 


140 15 
55 20 


519 89 

154 35 

485 45 

21 35 

59 05 
58 09 

60 30 
11 20 



31 80 



79 00 



2,800 62 



23 36 



10,000 00 



25 75 
35 00 



60 75 



Q— 114 



AUDITOR G EX ERA US REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Hall's Harbour: Restoring: Breakwater— Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Pay-lists and accounts — Con. 

14 labourers at $1, each less than 9 davs 

Teaming, &c, days at $2 : R. H. Ilsley, 1 ; P. Neville, 2 ; S. Roscoe, 3£ 

Calkin, T. P., & Co., iron, 358 lbs. at If c 

Dodge, T. L., & Co.: bolt iron, 1,017 lbs. at 2c; clinch-rings, 40 lbs. at 12c; hangers, $2. 

Ilslev, R. H., timber, 398 ft. at 2*c ; Morris, J. H., timber, 917 ft. at 2^c 

Neville, Percy, smithwork, $5 ; Neville, T. A., timber, 559 f t. at 2^c 

Contract and expenses — 

Queen's Printer's account, $21.14 ; advertising, $104.86 

McManus, Jemniah B., progress-estimate No. 2 to June 30, 1899 : $3,200 contract, 60 
per cent done, $1,920 ; less drawback, $190 

Neville, John, inspector at $2 : Apl.-May, 30 d.; June, 26 d 



Total, carried to page Q- 



Hampton, N.S. : Repairs to Pier, Sept. 13-Nov. 31, Jan. 5-7, April 22-29. 



: conductor, Sept. 13-Oct. 15, 27 1 d. ; foreman, Oct. 15-Nov. 31, Jan., 
foreman, Sept. 13 Oct. 15, 26^ d. ; sub-foreman, Oct., Nov., Jan., 
blacksmith, 15^ d. at $1.50 ; blacksmith and carpenter, l6| d. at $1.35, 



Foster, Elias B., at $2 

April, 36f d 

Brooks, L. D., at $2: 

April, 30^(1 

Farnsworth, John E. : 

ohd. at $1.50 .... 

Carpenters, days at $1.35 : Jas. Snow 41}, J. B. Snow 34 

Carpenters, days at $1 . 25 : Israel Munro 34^, Ezra Smith 23| 

Carpenters, days a* $1 : J. E. Chute 12, Ad. Foster 13i, D. M. Foster 42, Judson Foster 29£, 

Jas. Hall 3, John Muse 19i, Geo. Snow 15^, Sylv. Snow 24^ 

Labourers, days at $1 : Hy. Allen 12, H. Brinton 17f, Chas. Dunn 25£, Jos. Fagh Hi, Alonzo 

Foster 36£, Herb. Foster 26£, Wm. Foster 264, Zach. Hall 19|, Chas. Hudson 20^, Anson 

Mader 2ti, Elias Messenger 15J, Wm. Mitchell 10^, Chas. Peters 30|, Chas. H. Pool 12|, 

John Templeman 23£, Edgar Titus 39| ; 14 others, each under 10d., in all 62£ d 

Carters, days at $1 : Ezek. Chute 6i, Hy. Chute llf, M. Farnsworth 30|, R. Farnsworth 19, 

Wm. Foster 6, Geo. Gaskill 13£, H. Mitchell 7& O. Poole 2|, C. Rice 9, W. Rice 6£, 

Jerry Saulnier 21i, John Titus 48| 

Team of oxen, days at $1 : Ezek. Chute 5, Hy. Chute 8f, G. Gaskill 12, H. Mitchell 7i, C. H. 

Poole 1, C. Rice 7£, J. Saulnier 2£, Sylv. Snow 2 

Team of oxen, days at $1 .25 : Marvin Farnsworth Hi, J. Saulnier 19| 

Team of horses, days at $1 .25 : R. Farnsworth 1, O. Poole 2|, John Titus 19i 

Team of horses, days at $1.50 : H. Chute 2\, M. Farnsworth 4£, R. Farnsworth 12, W. Foster 

3. W. Rice 5^ John Titus 264 

Horse, L. D. Brooks, \\ d. at 75c 

Allen, Hy., flatted hardwood, 373 ft. at 2c ; Banks, B., 5-in. hewn spruce flooring, 3,203 ft. 

at $11 

Banks, Jos., rd. 9 in. spruce, 732 ft. at 3£c. ; Beardsley, F., iron &c, $3.10 

Benson, H. W. : iron, 4,328 lbs. at $1.50, 1,430 at $1.65 ; scraper, $6 ; hardware, $14.17 .... 
Bent, Alden, rd. 9-in. spruce, 594 ft. at 3c ; Chute, Frank, 3-in spruce deals, 1,530 ft. at $8.50. 

Brooks, L. D. : use of grindstone, 50c ; 15 lbs. rope, $1 .50 ; timber, &c, $6 .80. 

Chute, John E., lumber, &c, $4.10 ; Clements, Benj., rd. 8-in spruce, 571 ft. at 3c 

Enyoe, John, 5-in. hewn spruce flooring, 352 ft. at $11 ; Foster, Alonzo, 258 ft. spruce, $7.99.. 
Foster, Adoniram : round spruce, 1,480 ft. of 6-in. at l^c, 585 ft. of 8-in. at 2c, 1,073 ft. of 

9-in. at 3c ; sundry, $6 . 42 

Foster, Judson, timber, &c, $12.61 ; Hilyard Bros., 4-in. spruce plank, 2,015 ft. at $11.50. . . 

Gaskill, Geo., spruce at $11 ; 5-in. flooring, 1,375 ft.; sheathing for dam, 1,000 ft 

Messenger, Elias, privilege of taking clay from land, to prevent brook from flowing under 

Mitchell, Albert : round spruce, 353 ft. of 9-in at 3c, 400 ft. of 10 to 12-in at 4c ; iron, $1 83 

Mitchell, Capt. Jos., freight, $6.78; plank, $6.28 

Snow, J. B., round spruce : 1,462 ft. of 6-in. at l£a, 1,065 ft. of 8-in. at 2c, 1,000 ft. of 8 to 

10 in. at 3c, 519 ft. of 10 to 12-in. at 4c, 511 ft. of 12 to 14-in. at 5c 

Templeman, John, 3-in. deals, 240 ft. at $8; Turple, Alex., 5-in. hewn spruce flooring, 1,950 

ft. at $11 



Total carried to page Q — 3. 



Simmons & Burpee, final estimate, Oct. 31 
(page Q-lll) $2,670 



Hantsport, N. S. : New Wharf. 

1898 : contract, $5,947 ; less, paid in 1897-8 



$ cts. 
60 75 



40 50 
13 00 
6 44 
27 14 
32 88 
18 97 

126 00 

1,730 00 
112 00 

2,167 68 



128 00 

113 00 

53 43 
101 91 

72 80 

158 75 



414 75 



183 00 

45 75 
38 43 

29 36 

80 62 
3 37 

42 69 

28 72 

108 70 

30 82 
8 80 

21 23 
11 86 

72 51 

35 78 
26 12 

5 00 
28 42 
13 06 

119 54 

23 37 



1,999 79 



3,277 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-115 



Iona : Reconstruction of Wharf: June, 1899. 

Kirk, D. G., Antigonish ($472.90)— 

Creosoted piles, 37 : 923 lin. ft. at 25|c 

Creosoted timber, 6 x 10-in., 5 pes. : 635 ft. B. M. at $30j 

Proportion of freight paid schooner " Patriot," 72 p.c. of value 

Proportion of 3 p.c. insurance, $7 . 70 ; telegrams, $1 . 13 

Commission, 5 p.c. on .$450.39 

Foreman, Dan A. McDonald, unloading creosoted timber, taking measurements and preparing 

vouchers ; June 9 and 12, 1899 ; 2 d. at $2 

9 payments under $2 : labour, $3.80 ; teams, $2.10 ; boat-hire, $1 ; hardware, $1.86 



Total carried to page Q— 3. 



Jordan Bay, East, N.S. : Repairs to Breakwater, Sept. 6-Nov. 17, 1898. 

Foreman, William Martin, 537 d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $2, Amos Peutz, 49'65 

Carpenters, days at $1.35 : Allen Blackburn 24f, John Turner 24f, Wm. Turner 45*8 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Dimock Hardy 30'3, Thos. Hardy 43 "3, Chas. Hayden 13, Jacob 
L. Jones 14 '8, Chas. Martin 44 "9, Lvle Martin 421, W. J. Martin 17*55, Wm. McKay 
21-55, Dan. Ryan 12£, Freeman Thorburn T8, O. P. Thorburn 8f, Geo. Wentzell 33 '3 
Simeon Wolfe, 14 

Labourer, with team of oxen, Robt. Mullins, i d. at $2.25 ... . 

Labourers with boat, days at $1.50 : W. J. Martin 1, Cornelius Morrison 1^, Albert Publi 
cover Sh, James Wamback 1*3 

Hire of oxen, Wm. J. Martin, 3i d. at $1.25 

Bower Bros. : 12 x 12 hemlock, 28-36 ft. long, 20,678 ft. at $9.50; hemlock piles, 10 in. small 
end, 25-38 ft. long, 3,490 ft. at 54c 

Cox, Geo. A. : dory and oars, $12.30; | and g in. bolt iron, 4,800 lbs. at $1.90 ; 8 in. wrot. 
spikes, 13 kegs at $3.25 ; use of pile driver, 50 d. at 60c. ; teaming pile driver to Jordan, 
$4.50 ; sundry hardware, $32.20 

Davis, Geo. A. : 4 in. spruce plank, 60,400 ft. at $11 ; 12x12 spruce timber 31 to 35 ft. long, 
2,005 ft. at $11 ; spruce piles, 33 to 38 ft. long, 1,547 ft. at 5^c 

Freeman, Hastings W. : hemlock, 4,342 ft. at 8c. ; hemlock timber (delivered) 2,000 ft. at 
10c. ; 8 x 8 timber, 2,683 ft. at 10c. ; sundry lumber, $14.74 ; oil and nails, $1.60 

Hayden, Chas. : spruce logs, 8 in. small end, 16 ft. long, 30 at 45c 

Martin, Wm., foreman : horse-hire and cartage, $5.75 ; sundry outlay, $6.90 

Martin, Wm. J. : 38 ft. spruce poles 10 in. small end, 20 at $1.75 ; 18 ft. snubbing posts, 14 in. 
s.e., 2 at $1.50; 24 ft. pine boards, 24c 

McGill, James P. : screw bolts, 553 lbs. at 7c. ; 6 steel crowbars, $7.90; sundry hardware, 
$13.98 

7 payments under $8 : 35 ft. spruce piles 10 in. dia s.e., 4 at $1.75 ; 8 in. spruce logs, 12 of 16 
ft. at 45c., 3 of 20 ft. at 50c, 2 at 24 ft. at 80c. ; ballast placed in breakwater, 14^ tons at 
30c; square spruce timber, 586 ft. at $8.55; rent of building for storing tools^ Sept.- 
Nov. 17, $5 



Total, carried to page Q — 4 

Judique, Indian Pt., N.S. : New Wharf. 

1899: 



Simmons & Burpee, progress Estimate No. 5 to July 7, 

Substructure, creosoted timber, 58,344 c ft. at 8§c 

Superstructure, native timber, 73,080 c ft. at 3|c 

Square timber in stringers and caps, 36,260 ft. B. M. at $15 

Covering, 4 in. plank, 9,000 ft. at $13 ; fenders, native, 6,900 ft. at $16. 
Fenders, creosoted, 5,700 ft. at $42 ; stone slope, 780 c y. at $1.10 



Less— drawback, $945.74; charged to 1899-1900, $190. 



Gillis, John, inspector at Judique at $2 : Aug. 25 d., Sept. 26 d., Oct. 26 d., Nov. 26 d., Dec. 

1 to 21, 18 d. ; June 8 to 30, 20 d 

MacKenzie, H. J., C. E , Norfolk, Va., inspecting creosoted timber : June 13 to 30, 1898, 13 

d. at $5 ; July, 16 d. at $5 ; travel, $5.50 

Bank of Montreal, commission on payments to H. J. MacKenzie 



Total, carried to page Q — 4. 



I/Ardoise, N.S. : Breakwater. 

Foreman and measuring stone, Nov. 14 to Feb. 17, Jos. G. Monbourquette, 44J d. at $2. 
Labourers between Nov. 14 and Feb. 17, 9 men, each less than 4 d., mall 16£ d. at $1. 



Hauling with team, Jan. -Feb. at $1.50 ; Simon Monbourquette 9 d 
Foreman, Mar. 9 -June 30, N. W. McPherson, 75 d. at $2.50 



Dominic Sampson 9 d. 



cts. 



237 67 
19 05 

184 84 

8 83 

22 51 

4 00 

8 76 

485 66 



107 40 

99 30 

128 65 



372 03 
1 13 

10 70 
4 00 

388 39 



212 45 

771 53 

97 91 
13 50 
12 65 

38 24 

60 59 

29 85 



2,348 32 



4,959 24 

2,557 80 

543 90 

227 40 

1,097 40 



9,385 74 
1,135 74 



8,250 00 

282 00 

150 50 
50 



8,683 00 



1— 8*Q 



Carried forward 



89 00 

16 25 

27 00 

187 50 

319 75 



Q-116 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Ij'Ardoise, N.S. : Breakwater — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Blacksmith, Ebezener Finlayson, 38^ d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Jas. Cameron, 39| ; Alex. McDonald, 40; Geo. F. Sampson, 9; 
Win. F. Sampson, 6f 

Caulkers, days at $1.50 : Cecil Markill, b\ ; Hy. Sampson, 2| ; Pacien Sampson, 1 

Masons, days at $1.50 : Alex. Jackson, 30| ; John Stone, 27^ 

In charge of scow, days at $1.50 : Wm. Brymer, 3^| ; Geo. Rehburg, 38^ 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Brvmer, Alex. J. 24, Robt. 39, Wm. 5| ; Cameron, Ml. 20|, 
Campbell, Angus 1, R. J. 9; Handley, Geo., 19; Hearn, Edwd., 21; MeAskill, 
Hugh, 20f; McDonald, Alex., 1; McDougall, John, 29^ ; McEachren, Arch, 12|; 
Mclsaac, Rory, 5 ; McKenzie, Rory, 3^ ; McKinnon, Dan. B., 3h ; McLean, Ronald, 9 ; 
McLeod, Angus 17i, Angus B. 2%, Dan 20, John 8; McMillan, "Neil, 9; McNeil Jas., 
22 ; Preshong, Isaac, \ ; Rehburg, \2\ ; Sampson, Alex. 4^, Pacien 1|, P. H. 37| ; 
Shannahan, Ptk. 27i ■ 

Double team, Wm. McPherson, H d. at $2.50 ; horse, Wm. Brymer, 19| d. at $1 

Horse and sled r days at $1.50 : Alex. McDonald 3 ; D. T. McDonald 3 

Cameron, D., 1 lifting machine, $15 ; Ferguson, Neil, derrick band, $1.25 

Ferguson, R., Lower LArdoise, storage of plant, year to May, 1899 

Finlayson, Duncan : iron, 249 lbs. at 3c. ; hardware $1.25 

Matheson, Jos., Lower LArdoise ($781. 11) — 

White's cement, 400 lb. barrels, 210 at $2.65 ; insurance, $4.50 ; freight to LArdoise, $42; 

commission, 1 p^r cent, $6.03 .. . . 

Spruce, 3,160 ft. at $15 ; hemlock, 919 ft. at $10 

Manilla rope, 269 lbs. at 13c, 34 at 14c; 2 boats $13 50 

Steel wire rope, 162 ft. at 13c. ; 6 steel crowbars, 162 lbs. at 5c 

Blocks, 2 and 6 sheaves, $11.15 ; sundry hardware, $21.94 

Monbourquette, Simon, stone drag, $2 ; McDonald, Alex., 4 logs $4 

Morrison, A. C, stumpage on 9 selected spruce trees for derrick masts and booms 

Stone, yards at 90c: Brymer, Thos. 10 ; Wm. 10 ; Campbell, Ben., o\ ; Finlayson, Alex., 22 ; 
Labill, Maurice, 5i ; Monbourquette, A., 2 ; D., 6 ; Sampson, Geo. H., 8g ; John H., 8g ; 
Ml. J., 19 

Stone, yards at $1.80 : Barrett, Peter, 38£ ; Brymer, Robt. 18|, Thos. 3| ; Campbell, Benj., 
29;Clannon, Thos., 13; Fitzgerald, Wm., 21£ ; Grecie, Hy. 18§, Jeff ry 25 ; Labill, Mau- 
rice, 17g ; Lawrence, Placide, 17# ; Martelle, Patk., 19; Matheson, Jos., 18; Monbour- 
quette, Anth. 33, Damien 71, G. P. 16j§; Peters, Danl., 10§; Sampson, Damien 22, 



Dennis 24^ 



Edwd. 6i, Geo. H. 32#, H. B. 43, John T. 6j, Jos. J. 11J Jule 17, Justin- 
\l\. J. Hi, P.'H. 12, Wm. F. Hi; Taylor, Chas/251 



Total carried to page Q — 4. 



Livingston Cove: Dec. 5, '98-Mar. 31, '99. 



.50. 



Foreman, John A. Gillis, 33| days at $2 

John Livingston : sub-foreman in Dec, 12 d. at $1.50 ; stone cutter in Feb., 2 d. at 

Labourers at $1 a day : 50 labourers, 193| days in all 

Double teams at $2.50 : James Gordon, 6 d. ; Geo. Livingston, 7 d. ; Jas. McDougald, 4J d. ; 
John McKinnon, 6 d. ; John McMillan, 4 d. ; Dan McPherson, 4 d. ; 9 teamsters, each 
under $10. I6i days in all 

Single teams at $1.75 : 8 teamsters, each under $6, 16 days in all 

Spruce covering, 22,595 ft. at $12 a M. ; 10 x 12-in. hemlock. 11 to 24 ft. long, 1,140 ft. at 12c; 
10 x 12-in. timber, 12 to 29 ft. long, 1,957| ft. at 12c ; 10 x 12-in. spruce, 12^ to 23 ft. 
long, 176 ft. at 12c ; 10 x 12-in. birch, 17 ft. long, 204 ft. at 12c ; 10 x 10-in. spruce, 20 
to 24 ft. long, 184 ft. at 12c ; 10 x 10-in. timber, 17 to 21 1 ft. long, 808i ft. at 12c ; 10 x 
10-in. timber, 13 to 14 ft. long, 108 ft. at 10c. ; 9 x 10-in. spruce, 17 tcT24 ft. long, 800 ft. 
at 12c ; 9 x 10-in. timber, 17 to 23 ft. long, 534 ft. at 12c ; 8 x 9-in. timber, 18 ft. long, 
18 ft. at 12c ; 8 x 10-in. timber, 90 ft. at 10c ; 8 x 8-in. birch, 9 to 18 ft. long, 804 ft. at 
10c ; 8 x 8-in. hardwood, 10 to 18 ft. long, 393 ft. at 10c ; 6 x 8-in. birch, 9 to 18 ft. long 
2,573 ft. at 8c ; 6 x 8-in. timber, 322 ft. at 8c. ; 6 x 8-in. hardwood, 1,420 ft. at 8c ; 6 x 
8-in. sheathing, 15 ft. long, 300 ft. at 8c ; 10 x 10-in. round ties, 3,935 ft. of over 20 ft. in 
length at 10c, l,72()i ft. of 20 ft. long and under at 9c ; 10 x 10-in. hemlock ties, 2,134 ft 
of 20 ft. long and over at 10c, 1,222 ft. of 20 ft. long and under at 9c ; 10 x 10-in. spruce 
ties, 408 ft. of 20 ft. long and under at 9c, 166 ft. of 20 ft. long and over at 10c ; 6x6-in. 
spruce ballast poles, 16 to 24 ft. long, 4,508 ft. at 3^c. Paid as follows: Allan Boyd, 
$100.76; Don. Boyd, $167.98; John R. Boyd, 8191.03; James W. Christie, $96; Arch. 
Gillis, $227.65; Jas. Gillis, $122.34; Jas. A. Gillis, $22.40; Jas. D. Gillis, $19.08; John 
Gillis, $87.56; John H. Gillis, $38.48; Jas. Gordon, $43.73 ; Alex. Hanrahan, $28.27 
Richd. Hanrahan, $28.92 ; John J. Hefferan, $130.58 ; Dan J. McDonald, $93.24; Don 
McDonald, $206.57; Don. Macdonald, $46; Don. M. McDonald, $33.60; Dougald 
McDonald, $2.88; John McDonald, $30.48; Ronald McDonald, $95.90; Dougall 
McDougall, $100.45; Duncan McDougall, $47.28; Dan Mclnnis, $12 ; John Mclnnis, 
$29.64; John J. Mclnnis, $27.45; Neil Mclsaac, $157.70; Chas. McKinnon, $130.37 
John A. McKinnon, $31.15; Alex. McLean, $10.40; Arch. McLellan, $39.60; Angus 

Carried forward . 



$ cts, 

319 75 

76 50 

142 50 
13 50 
87 00 

115 86 



482 67 


23 00 


9 00 


16 25 


25 00 


8 72 


609 03 


56 60 


53 23 


29 16 


33 09 


6 00 


9 00 



87 00 



988 11 



3,190 97 


67 60 

21 00 

193 75 

120 00 

28 00 



430 35 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-117 



Livingst >nc Cove- Concluded. 
Brought forward 

Spruce covering, &c. — Con. 

McNeil, $3.50; Mai. McNeil, $51.36; Mich. McNeil, .$10.44; L. McPhee, $68.70; Dan 
H. McPherson, $14.60 ; Hugh McPherson, $13.20 . 

2 payments under $5 : 1 keg powder, $3.50 ; 1 coil of fuse, 80c. ; sharpening drills, 40 at 10c. 

Total carried to page Q— 4.. . . 

Louis Head, N.S. : Repairs to Crib work, Sept. 13-Oct. 29, 1898. 

Conductor, Robt. C. Abbott, 23 d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Reuben Abbott, 13 ; John Cole, 3i ; Dean Giffin, 7| ; Geo. T. 
Giffin, 74 ; Robt. D. Giffin, 14 ; Seldon Giffin, 13£ ; Wm. Giffin, 15 ; Danl. Mc Adams, 
9 ; Kelly McMillan, 9h ; Oswald McMillan, 8. . .. , 

Bolters, days at $1.25 : Reuben Mc Adams, 7 ; Wilson McMillan, 14| 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Augustus Freeman, 5; Allan Giffin, 8; Bernard Giffin, 6; Geo. 
Giffin, 12 ; .bis. A. Giffin, 8 ; Kenneth Giffin, 12£ ; Lindsey Giffin, 3 ; Chas. McMillan, 11^. 

Boy at 80c. : William Abbott, 1 dav 

Teams, days at $2.25: Bernard Giffin, 8; Dean Giffin, 8 ; Geo. T. Giffin, $8; Oswald 
McMillan, 8 ; Wm. McMillan, 1^ ; Ebenezer Ringer, 2 

Robertson, Wm., & Son : f rd. iron, 1,200 lbs. at He, 301 at Ifc. ; cartage, 35c 

197 logs, 216 ballast poles and 96 uprights, paid to the following persons : Reuben Abbott, 
$11.65; Walter Abbott, $10.65; Wm. Abbott, $8; Bernard Giffin, $11.85; Dean Giffin, 
$13.95 ; Geo. T. Giffin, $16.50; Jas. A. Giffin, $15.15; Seldon Giffin, $10.65; Robt. D. 
Giffin, $11.65 ; Wm. Giffin, $13.10 ; Alex. Lisk, $13.50 ; Dan McAdams, $13 50 ; Wilson 
McMillan, $12.05 ; Everett Pierce, $11.15 ; Ebenezer Ringer, $11.85 

5 payments under $9 : stone wall for ballast, $5 ; ref. bolt iron, $2.67 ; sundry hardware, 
$8. 19 : truckage and freight, $4. 14 

Total carried to page Q— 4 



Margaree, N. S. : Extension of Pier. 

Reid & Chisholm, final estimate, Dec. 23, 1898 

McLennan, John R., inspector, July 4-Dec. 23, 138 week-days at $2. . 



Total carried to page Q — 4 . 



Merigomisli Harbour: Extension of Wharf: June 1-30, 1899. 

Conductor, John Hanning, 21 f| d. at $2 

Carpenters, d. at $1.50 : Ed. Einlayson, 18^ ; Alex. McDonald, 17| ; Alex. McKinnon, 9 

Labourers, d. at $1.25 : J. Cameron, 1 ; J. S. Copeland, 8h ; D. Findlayson, 2 ; Wm. McDonald 

14f : Alex. McGregor, 13$ ; Chas. Smith, 16| 

Double team at $3 : S. Cameron, 1 ; D. Finlayson, 12^ .' . , 

Copeland, M., hardware, &c, $1.90 ; McDonald, David, sq. spruce, 44 ft. at 8c 

Eraser, J. D. : 8 -in. spruce piles, 768 ft. at 6c; sq. spruce, 20 pes. at $2 

McDonald, Dugald, Morristown, self and 2 men, loading pile driver and hammer 

McDonald, John, spruce ; 8-in. piles, 696 ft. at 6c; rails, chucks, caps, 380 ft. at 8c 

Mel >onald, Rod.: 8-in. spruce piles, 552 ft. at 6c; 3-in. hemlock plank, 240 ft. at $9. 

McGregor, & Co,, New Glasgow : iron, 1,155 lbs. at 23c, 387 at 2^c; spikes, 2 kegs at $2.90 ; 

sundry, $6. 0(5 

McGregor, J. & P., 3-in. spruce plank, 6,500ft. at $10 ; McLaren, John, sq. timber, 462 ft. at 8c 

Reid, John D., square spruce timber, 550 ft. at 8c 

Stewart, Saml. : hauling pile driver, from Cribbon's Pt., $8 ; smithwork, $20.75 

Total carried to page Q — 4 

Meteghan Breakwater, N. S. : Repairs. 

Pay-lists and Accounts, Aug. 12-Oct. £4, 1898. 

Conductor, Philomen L. Robichau, 63 d. at $2 

Foreman, Mare L. Deveau, 50 d. at $1.90 

Blacksmith and shop, Agaphite V. Comeau, 12f d. at $1 . 65 ... 

Carters, days at $2 : A. Dugan, 1 ; Chas. Geddry, 2 ; Frank LeBlanc, 29 ; S. Robichau, 1 

Labourers, days at $1 : Jos. D. Comeau, 10; Jules Deveau, 10^; Henry W. German, 10| ; 

( Jesar Robichau, 12 ; Charlie Robichau, \bh ; Edw. Robichau, 10^ ; Jos. A. Saulnier, 1] ; 

Chas. Thebodeau, lOf . 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 


430 35 


2,561 29 
8 30 


2,999 94 



46 00 



125 60 
26 87 

82 49 
80 

79 87 
23 17 



185 20 


20 00 


590 00 


3,775 00 


276 00 


4,051 00 


43 50 


68 26 


70 64 


40 50 


5 42 


86 08 


4 50 


72 16 


35 28 


45 98 


101 96 


44 00 


28 75 


647 03 



126 00 
95 00 
21 03 
66 00 


91 50 



399 53 



Q— 118 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, fK. 1900 



Meteglian Breakwater, N.S. : Repairs — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Pay-lists and Accounts, Aug. 12-0ct. 24, 1898— Concluded. 

62 labourers, each less than 10 days, 326f d. at $1 . . ... ... 

Comeau, Dedie M. : 5 spruce logs at $3 a ton, $10.04 ; 3 at $2.50 a ton, $5.37 

German, Thos., piles, 80 1. ft. at 2c, 1,547 at \\c 

Melangon, Jos. F. : 1 spruce log at $3 a ton, $2 . 10 ; 11 at $2 . 50 a ton, $11 . 37 

Robichau, Ben.: 8 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton, $8.05 ; piles, 630 1. ft. at lc. 

Spinney, E. K.: iron, 2,010 lbs. at $1.60 ; 22 lbs. clinch rings, $2.36 

Theriault, Hilarion ; 3 spruce logs at $3 a ton, $5 . 10 ; 6 at $2 . 50 a ton, $5 . 55 

147 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton : L. Boudreau, $12,99 ; Isaac V. Comeau, $7.31 ; Jer. Comeau, 

$4.12 ; M. F. Comeau, $8.12 ; A. Dugan, $13.79 ; Marc Geddry, $3.56 ; V. Le Blanc, $13.68 ; 

John T. Melangon, $3.56; Edw. L. Robichau, $6.36 ; Enos Saulnier, $11.24 ; John L. 

Saulnier, $7 80; Marc L. Saulnier, $13.80 ; Chas. Thebodeau, $2.75 ; Philip Thibaudeau, 

$7.87; Moses Trahan, $9.49 ; Simeon Trahan, $13.11 

6 payments, each under $10 : f ton coal, $3 ; 3 galls, machine oil, $1.38, freight, $2.96; 12 

spruce logs, $17 .60 . . . 



Pay-lists and Accounts, Jan.-Mar., 1899. 



Conductor, Philemon L. Robichau, 61 d. 

V. C 



at &2; foreman, Marc L. Deveau, 5 d. at $1.90. 

Blacksmith, shop and coal, Agapite V. Comeau, 3£ d. at $2 

4 carters, 3^ d. at $2; 12 labourers, 31 d. at $1 

Dugan, P. N., log, $1.37 ; Robichau, Ls. B., 3 logs at $2.50 a ton, $3.94 , 

German, Thos., 4 logs at $2.50 a ton, $4.69 ; 26 piles, 725 ft. at lc 

Spinney, E. K., ref. iron, 535 lbs. at $1.85 



Total carried to p ige Q — 4. 



Metegnan River, N.S. : Aug. 5-Dec. 31, 1898. 

Conductor, Chas. L. Robichau, 127 d. at $2 .- 

Foreman, Seraphin J. Comeau, 103j d. at $1.75 

Boudreau, John B. : carpenter, 12 d. at $1 ; 40 spruce logs, 1,000 1. ft. at lie 

Comeau, Adrien : carter, 6 d. at $2 ; labour, 2 d. at $1 ; 13 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton, $14 12 ; 

1 at $3 a ton, $1.95 

Comeau, Alphy, carter, 6 d. at $2 ; Comeau, Anselme A., carpenter, 12| d. at $1 ... 

Comeau, Alphv L.: 8 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton, $9.61 ; 6 spruce spiles, 150 1. ft. at lie. . . 
Comeau, Ambroise H.: spruce logs, 321 a $2.50 at ton, $346.90, 12 at $3 a ton, $36. 44,14 = 290 

1. ft. at lie. ; 109 spruce piles, 2,791 1. ft. at l|c. ; spruce plank, 600 ft. at $8 ; refined iron, 

8,815 lbs. at $1.70 ; 124 lbs. manilla rope. $17.86 ; f-in. long twist augers, 5 at $1.55 ; 

machine oil, 9 galls, at 70c. ; sundries, $27.63 

Comeau, Anselme P., carpenter, 12 d. at $1 ; Comeau, Anselme U., carpenter, 15| d. at $1. . 

Comeau, Arthur J., carpenter, 21^ d. at $1 ; Comeau, Casimir, carter, 65 d. at $2 

Comeau, Chas. Cyr, carpenter, 17 d. at $1 ; Comeau, Chas. U., carpenter, 14 d. at $1 

Comeau, Cyril M., carpenter, 10i d. at $1 ; Comeau, Edee, labour, 12 d. at $1 

Comeau, Dedie, spruce logs, 18 at $3 a ton, $68.54 ; 11 at $2.50 a ton, $10.75 

Comeau, Dedie M., spruce logs, 12 at $3 a ton, $35.55 ; 11 at $2.50 a ton, $16.56 

Comeau, Edmond M. : carpenter, 16£ d. at $L ; carter, 3 d. at $2 

Comeau, Edward L., carpenter, 21£ d. at $1 ; Comeau, Eloi, labour, 12 d. at $1 

Comeau, Em. H. ; carter, 7£ d. at $2 ; labour, 16 d. at $1 

Comeau, Eve H., carpenter, 19^ d. at $1 ; Comeau, Frank H., labour, 12f d. at $1 

Comeau, Fulgence : labour, 12 d. at $1 ; 9 spruce logs, $14.86 ; 1 spruce pile, 37c 

Comeau, Hy. J. T., carpenter, 12f d. at $1 ; Comeau, Hilaire I, labour, 10tt d. at $1 

Comeau, Hilaire J. S., carpenter, 17i d. at $1 ; Comeau, Hilaire P., carpenter, 13 d. at $1. . . 

Comeau, Hilarion A., labour, 12 d. at $1 ; Comeau, John A., carpenter, 21| d. at $1 

Comeau, Jeremie M., labour, 12 d. at $1 ; Comeau, Luc A., labour, 17£ d. at $1 

Comeau, John Arthur : carter, 6 d. at $2 ; labour, 11 d. at $1 

Comeau, John Gerv.: carpenter, 1\ d. at $1 ; carter, 2^ d. at $2 

Comeau, John J. T., carpenter, 12^ d. at $1 ; Comeau, Jos. J., carter, 6 d. at $2 

Comeau, Jos. U., carter, 8f d. at $2 ; Comeau, Jules F., carpenter, 12| d. at $1 

Comeau, Lazin A. : carpenter, 9| d. at $1 ; carter, \\ d. at $2. . . . 

Comeau, Leandre M., labour, 12 d. at $1 ; Comeau, Leo. carpenter, 3^ d. at $1 

Comeau, Louis C, carpenter, 12 d. at $1 ; Comeau, Louis P., labour, 13i d. at $1 

Comeau, Mande, carpenter, 18£ d. at $1 ; Comeau, Mande G., 3 spruce logs at $3 a ton, $8.40. 
Comeau, Marc M. : carter, 3 d. at $2 ; 2 spruce logs, $4.42 ; 14 spruce piles, 350 1. ft. at 14c. . 

Comeau, Marin, spruce logs, 5 at $3 a ton, $13.87 ; 35 at $2.50 a ton, $25.68 

Comeau, Marin F., spruce logs, 7 at $3 a ton, $16.57 ; 15 at $2.50 a ton, $15.50 

Comean, Mathurin C. ; carter, 3| d. at $2 ; labour, 5 d. at $1 

Comeau, Nil. : carter, 2i d. at $2 ; labour, lh d. at $1 

Comeau, Peter S., spruce logs, 4 at $3 a ton^ $12.15 ; 3 at $2.50 a ton, $4.31 

Comeau, Placide M.: carpenter, 10^ d. at $1 ; 21 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton $26.62 

Carried forward . • 



$ cts. 
399 53 



326 75 
15 41 
20 93 

13 47 

14 35 
34 52 
10 65 



139 55 
24 94 



22 00 
6 50 

38 00 
5 31 

11 94 
9 89 

1,093 74 



254 00 

181 56 

27 00 

30 07 
24 75 
11 86 



643 74 
27 75 
35 00 
31 00 

22 50 
79 29 
52 11 
17 25 
33 25 

31 00 

32 50 
27 23 

23 25 
30 50 

33 75 

29 25 

23 00 
12 25 

24 50 

30 25 
12 25 
15 50 

25 50 

26 65 

15 67 
39 55 
32 07 
12 50 
12 50 

16 46 
37 12 



2,014 38 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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ftleteglian River, N.S., Aug. 5-I>ec. 31, 1898— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Comeau, Seraphin J., 9 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton, $12.37 ; Comeau, Sefroid, carter, 4} d. at $2 

Comeau, Severin F. : carter, 2', d. at $2 ; labour, 12 d. at $1 

Comeau, Sefroid M., carter, 10 d. at $2 ; Comeau, Theodore, labour, 7 d. at $1 

Comeau, Simeon P.: carpenter, 14A d. at $1 ; carter, 1^ d. at $2 

Comeau, Stephen J.: carpenter, 1C d. at $1 ; 11 spruce logs, $14.03 ; 8 spruce piles, $3.19. . . 

Comeau, Theodore A.: carter, 3 d. at $2 ; 13 spruce logs, $19.93 

Comeau, Theophile C, 12 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton, $14.68 ; Comeau, TheophileJ., carpenter, 

L2J (1. at si 

Comeau, Theophile L., carter, 6 d. at $2 ; Comeau, Theophile M., carpenter 13 d. at $1 

Comeau, Urie, carp -nter, 12| d. at $1 ; Comeau, Valarie, carpenter, 12 d. at $1 

Comeau, Valarie V., carter, 1^ d. at $2 ; Comeau, Vincent J., carpenter, 14f d. at $1 

Comeau, Vincent P., labour, I5A d. at $1 ; Comeau, Willie L., carter, 7id. at $2 

Corporan, Benj., carpenter, 12 d". at $1 ; Corporan, Henry, labour, 104, d. at $1 

Cosman, .James : use of clamp screws and chain, $2.50 ; 2 block sheaves, $1.(50 

D'Entiemont, Eve, carpenter, 25g d. at $1; D'Entremont, Jos., carpenter, 13£ d. at $1 . . . 

D'Eon, Anselm : carpenter, 124, d. at $1 ; 5 spruce logs, $9.07 ; 1 spruce pile, 75c 

Deveau, Atrapit ; labour, 13 d. at $1 ; carter, h d. at $2 

Deveau, Anselme E., carpenter, 124, d. at $1 ; Deveau, John J,, carpenter, 11^ d. at $1 

Deveau, Frank P.: labour, 12i d. at $1 ; 5 spruce logs, $4.37 ; 9 spruce piles, $3.37 

Deveau, Jos. P., labour, 12^ d. at $1 ; Deveau, Peter C, carpenter, 124, d. at $1 

Deveau, Timothy, labour, 12 d. at $1 : Dom. Atlantic R. Co., freight, $4.32 

Doucet, Hy. L., labour, 12£d. at$l ; Dugas, Benj. J., 2 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton, $3.56 

Dugas, Onesime C, labour, 10 d. at $1 ; Ellis, Wm, labour, 11£ d. at $1 

Gedry, James, spruce logs, 9 at $2.50 a ton, $12.81 ; 4 at $3 a ton, $10.50 

Gedry, Joseph, carter, 6 d. at $2 : LeBlanc, Alphy, labour, llf d. at $1 

LeBlanc, Benj. A., labour, 12 d. at $1; LeBlanc, Benj. W., 6 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton, 

$5.56 

LeBlanc, Chas. F.: carpenter, 15 d. at $1 ; 11 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton, $16.25 

LeBlanc, Emiliz : carpenter, 124, d. at $1 ; 9 spruce logs, $15.08 

LeBlanc, Jos. N., carpenter, 11^ d. at $1 ; LeBlanc, Marc F., carpenter, 304, d. at $1 

LeBlanc, Maximin, carpenter, 124, d. at $1 ; LeBlanc, Vincent, carter, 6^ d. at $2 

LeBlanc. Symphorien : labour, 12 d. at $1 ; 7 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton, $9.06 

LeBlanc, Victor, 13 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton, $19.50 ; Maujet, C, carpenter, 16^ d. at $1. . 

Mayet, Michael : 9 spruce logs, $8.99 ; 10 spruce piles, 270 1. ft. at Uc 

Mayet, Philip, carpenter, llf d. at $1 ; Mayet, Sifroid, labour, 12| d. at $1 

Melangon, Amb. L , carp., 9^ d. at $1 ; Melangon, A. M., 177 spruce piles, 4,319 1. ft. at ljc. . 

Melangon, Anthony, labour, 12 d. at $1 ; Melangon, Frank, carpenter, 13 d. at $1 

Melangon, Chas. F.: labour, 8 d. at $1 ; carter, 3 d. at $2 

Melangon, John Tim. F., 13spruce logs at $2. 50 a ton, $10.62; Melangon, O., carter, 16^d. at $2. 

Melancon, Philomen : labour, lOf d. at $1 ; carter. 1 day at $2 : 

McAuley, Eugene, carpenter, 12 d. at $1 ; McAuley, Vincent, labour, 12 d. at $1 

Robichau, Ambrose L. : carpenter, lOf d. at $1 ; labour, 10| d. at $1 

Robichau, Jos. L., carter, 144; d. at $2 ; Robichau, Leandre L., labour, 29f d. at $1 

Robichau, Luc C, spruce logs : 9 at $3 a ton, $22.50, 6 at $2.50 a ton, $5.31 

Robichau, Peter M., spruce logs : 5 at $3 a ton, $12.74, 12 at $2.50 a ton, $14.88 

Romain, H., carp., 23| d at $1 ; Romain, John, labour, 9f d. at $1 ; carter, 1^ d. at $2 

Saulnier, Alcide : carter, 4f d. at $2 ; labour, 4 d. at $1 ; 6 spruce piles, $2.25 

Saulnier, Ambrose S., labour, 8^ d. at $1 ; Saulnier, Arthur A., carpenter, 164, d. at $1 

Saulnier, Athana*e, 5 spruce logs, $3.12 ; Saulnier, Aug. C, 8 spruce logs, $9.37 

Saulnier, Aug. R., carter, 13 d. at $2 ; Saulnier, Clement, labour, 124; d. at $1 

Saulnier, Ben. T. : labour, 114, d. at $1 ; 15 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton, $12.06 

Saulnier, Chas. C. : carpenter, 12 4, d. at $1 ; 9 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton, $8.50 

Saulnier, Chas. F. : carter, 65 d. at $2 ; Saulnier, Desire: carter, h d. at $2, labour, llj d. at$l 
Saulnier, Eus. : carter, 3^ d. at $2 ; labour, 04, d. at $1 ; 2 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton, $2.37 . . 

Saulnier, Eve. F., carpenter, llf d. at $1 ; Saulnier, Fidelis, labour, 144, d. at $1 

Saulnier, Ger., carter, 2^ d. at $2 ; labour, 5| d. at $1 ; Saulnier, Greg., 5 spruce logs, $5.25. 

Saulnier, Henry G., carpenter, 154, d. at $1 ; Saulnier, Hilarion T., labour, \ d. at $1 

Saulnier, Hilaire F.: carter, lj d. at $2 ; labour, % d. at $1 ; 12 spruce logs, $7.43 

Saulnier, Isa'ie J., labour, 12 d. at $1 ; Saulnier, John C, carpenter, 10 d. at $1 

Saulnier, James : carter, 6 d. at $2 ; labour, 2 d. at $1 ; Saulnier, John G., carp., 12 d. at $1 
Saulnier, John H., labour, 12| d. at $1 ; Saulnier, JohnL., 24 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton, $27.93 

Saulnier, Jos. C, carter, 1 d. at $2 ; Saulnier, Jos. F., carpenter, 12 d. at $1 

Saulnier, Julien A. : carpenter, 10§ d. at $1 ; carter, \h, d. at $2 

Saulnier, Leon A. : carter, 1^ d. at $2 ; labour, 94, d. at $1 

Saulnier, Luc E. : carpenter, 8j d. at $1 ; carter, 2 d. at $2 ; 2 spruce logs, $2.19 

Saulnier, Mande B., 13 spruce logs, $12 ; Saulnier, Marc L., 14 spruce logs, $19.63 

Saulnier, Peter Ans., carter, 2 d. at $2 ; Saulnier, Philip Aug., carpenter, 24 d. at $1 

Saulnier, Philip Alex., 10 spruce logs, $10.50 ; Saulnier, Philip Luc, carpenter, 13 d. at $1 . . 

Saulnier, Pierre, carpenter, 12| d. at $1 ; Saulnier, Prosper, carter, 7 d. at $2 

Saulnier, Raymond, carpenter, 16 d. at $1 ; Saulnier, Symph., carter, 6 d. at $2 

Saulnier, Win. A., labour, 12 d. at $1 ; Saulnier, Vincent T., labour, 12 d. at $1 

Saulnier, Wm. M., carter, 3£ d. at $2 ; labour, 6J& at $1 ; Theriault, Ad M labour, 12 d. at$l 

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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Meteglian River, N.S. : Aug. 5-»ec. 31, 1898— Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Theriault, Aug., carpenter, 12 d. at $1 ; Theriault, John A., carpenter, 12£ d. at $1 

Theriault, Louis V., labour, 12 d. at $1 ; Theriault, Marc C, labour, 12£ d. at $1 

Theriault, Peter P., labour, 12| d. at $1 ; Theriault, Th., carter, 5£d. at $2 ; labour, 2 d. at$l 
Thibodeau, Chas. J., 12 spruce logs at $2 50 a ton, $13 ; Thibodeau, M., labour, 11| d. at $1. 

Thibodeau, Mande H., 30 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton, $37.18 

Thibodeau, Philip J., 31 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton, $38.86 

Thibodeau, Theo., carpenter, 11^ d. at $1 ; Trahan, Sim., 10 spruce logs at $2.50 a ton, $6.06 
Woodworth, Thos. O.: dumps, 3,228 lbs. of 16 to 20-in., at ic, 5,870 of 12 to 15-in., at fa; 
smithwork, &c , $20 .36 

Total, carried to page Q— 4 

Morden. N.S: Repairs to Wliarf, Aug. 23-Oct. 11, 1898. 

Conductor, A. K. Patterson, 30| d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.50: E. P. Brennen, 10 ; De F. Minniss, 26|. 



Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Wallace Dempsey, 10| ;_Wm. Dempsey, 19A ; Wm. Finley, 25J; 
Carpenter, Norman Dempsey, 17^ d. at $1 . 10 



Watson Graves, 12| ; Arch. Minniss, 4 ; L. K. Patterson, 5| ; Amos. Smith, 10 



Labour, days at $1 : Jesse Barnaby, 8| ; Ernest Brenan, 5 ; E. P. Brennan, 5 ; Robt. 

Duggan, 1 ; Thos. Jones, 1^ ; De F. Minniss, 1 ; Ernest Morety, § ; Jos. McMullen, 7| ; 

Jas. McNally, 2| 

Man and 1 horse, days at $2 : -J esse Barnaby, 5 ; Wm. Fowler, 2 ; Watson Graves, 1 

Man and 2 horses, days at $3 : E. P. Brenan, 5 ; L. K. Patterson, 2 , 

Man and 2 oxen, days at $2 : Amos Morety, \ ; Hugh McGarvey, 8f ; Thos. Redgate, 12^. . . 
Brenan, E. P., round spruca timber : 45 sticks of 6-in. and upwards, 1,220 ft. at 3c; 10 sticks 

of 10-in. and upwards, 159 ft. at 4c , 

Hussey, Thos., 14 sticks round spruce timber, 6-in. and upwards, 280 ft. at 2c 

Johnson, Wm., spruce timber : 8 sticks of 8-in. and up, 200 ft. at 4c; 9 sticks of 6-in. and up, 

250 ft. at 2c 

Lee, Jos. A., 30 sticks round spruce timber, 6-in. and up, 865 ft. at 3c 

Nichols, S.: iron, 612 lbs. iit 2c: smithwork, $7.86 . 

O'Neil, L., use of scraper, $2.50 ; Patterson, A. K., 120 lbs. iron bolts, $1.50 ; freight, $1.90. 
Patterson, L. K.: spruce timber, 9-in. and up, 118 ft. at 4c, 6-in. and up, 30 at 2c; 

cartage, $5 

Redgate, Thos., 54 lbs. iron bolts, $1.48; Thome, W. H. & Co., 1,015 lbs. iron, $15.23; 

cartage, 20c 



Total carried to page Q— 4. 



McNairs' Cove, N.S.: Repairs to Wharf, Sept. 5-Nov. 3, 1898. 

Foreman, Alex. McDougall, 30£ d. at $2 

Blasters, days at $1.50 : Dan. H. Mclnnis, 19| ; Alex. McPhee, 24| 

Blasters, days at $1.40 : Alex. A. Gillis, 7f ; Archey D. McEachern, 15i ; John McGillivray, 

19^ ; Leonard McPhee, 23£ ; 4 payments under $10, $25.55 

Carpenters, days at $1.40: Ron. A. McEachern, 16; Ron. L. McEachern, 14; Ronald 

Mclnnis, 11^ ; Wm. McNair, 19J ; Wm. McPhee, 2l£ ; Alex. Wilkie, 13* 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Ballantine, Alex., 10; McDonald, Alex. Hi, Duncan 8|, Hugh 

S. 8 ; McEachern, Dan. 9£, Geo. 17, John L. 14, John M. 8^, John W. 9 ; Mclnnis, 

Alex 13i Alex. H. 8, Hugh 8f, Thos. 9^ ; McMillan, Arthur 13i, Collin 12£, Geo. 12 ; 

31 payments under $10, $134.33 

Teams, days at $3 : Stewart Ballantine, lLj ; Alex. A. McEachern, 8h ; 4 payments under 

$8, $19.50 

Single team, Dan. Beaton, 4 d. at $1 . 50 

Kirk, D. G.: powder, 5 kegs at $3.50 ; fuse, 8 coils at 80c; sundries, $13.56 

'McDonald, Capt. Angus, use of quarry as per agreement 

McEachern, Dougald, forge work, $25.76 ; McEachern, L. J., lumoer and nails, $3.85 



Total charged to page Q— 4 

McNutt's Island, N.S.: Reaeli Protection, Aug. lO^Sept. 16, 1898. 

Foreman, Wm. Muir, 33 d, at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.35 : Adam Hamilton, 11 ; Cornelius McKenna, 16J 

Carpenters, days at $1.25: John Dennings, 10 ; Anthony McKenna, 16£; Geo. McKenna, 16^ 

Labourers, days at $1 . 10 : Chas. McKenna, 8 ; Arthur Snow, 4 

Carter, Snow Muir, 20 d. at $2 

Cox, Geo. A.: spruce logs, 9 and 10-in. dia., 30 and 40 ft. long, 1,276 ft. at 4c; |-in. iron, 
820 lbs. at $1.85 ; iron dogs, 10 at 21c; use of tools, $6.50 



Carried forward . 



$ cts. 
3,737 94 



24 25 

24 25 

25 75 
24 50 

37 18 

38 86 
17 31 


71 72 


4,001 76 


61 50 

54 75 


109 34 

18 97 


33 50 
16 00 
21 00 
43 00 


42 96 
5 60 


13 00 

25 95 

20 10 

5 90 


10 32 


16 91 


498 80 


60 50 
65 99 


117 60 


134 05 



350 85 

79 50 
6 00 
37 46 
12 00 
29 61 



893 56 



66 00 
37 12 
53 74 
13 20 
40 00 

74 81 



284 87 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-121 



UIcNutt's Island, N.S. : Beach Protection — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Muir, Snow: stringers, 4,200 ft. at 4c; flooring, 5,280 ft. at la; cross logs, 968 ft. at 4c. 
post, 904 ft. at 3c 

Ballast, delivered at Horse Shoe Beach, 222 tons at 30c, paid as follows: — Elias Connell 
$16.80; John Dexter, $6.90; Arnold Doane, $6.30; Chas. McKenna, 90c; Geo. Efcapp, 
$7.20 ; Isaac J. Rapp, $20.10 ; Art. Snow, $8.40 

Total charged to page Q — 4 



Oyster Pond, N.S. : Beach Protection. 

McMillan, John, final estimate, July 21, 1898, $1,846 ; less paid in 1897-98 (page Q-115) $860 

Ferguson,- S. M. : inspector, July 8-21, 1898, 12 d. at $2 ; pd. freight, 75c 

Pay-list, Oct. 28-Nov. 14 : foreman, S. M. Ferguson, 5 d. at $2 ; labourer, Alex. Hadley, 2d. 
at $1.25 ; teams at $2 ; R. Grant, 1 d., A. Hadley, 1 d., F. Hadley, 2d 

Jost, B. & G. : powder, 3 lbs. at 30c ; sundry, 37c 

Kirk, S. G. : scrapers, 2 at $5.25, 1 at $8 ; steel drills, 4 at $1 ; 2 hammers, $1.73 

Pay-list, June 17-30, 1899 : foreman, S. M. Ferguson, 12 d. at $2 ; labourers, days at $1 .25 
A. Chisholm 6, C. Grant 8, A. Hadlev 3, J. Hadley 5 ; labourer at $1, Edwin Chisholm 
2 d. ; team at $2.50, F. Hadley lid. ; teams at $2, C. Aikins 9 d., R. Grant 7h d 



Total charged to page Q — 4. 



Petit de Grat, N.S. : Reconstruction and Dredging: Oct. 24 Nov. 30, 1898. 

Foreman, Dominick Boudrot, 13^ d. at $2 

183 labourers, no one for more than 10 days : 723 d. in all, at $1.25, $903.75 ; half -cents, 44c 

Horses and carts at $1.50 : 11 at 1 d. each, 3 at ^ d. each 

Boiidrot, Wm. (Andrew) : 12 in. x 21 ft. spruce logs, 14 at 50c ; 8 in. cross-ties, 60 at 10c. . . . 

Grimes, Daniel : iron, 930 lbs. at 3jc ; sundry, $3.85 

Kirk, D. G. , scrapers, 2 at $5 . 25 

Shaw, John G. : 14 in. x 20 ft. logs, 17 at 50c ; 8 in. x 10 ft. cross-ties, 42 at 10c 

7 payments under $7 : 23 logs, $12 ; 30 cross-ties, $4.30 ; hardware, $3.38 ; freight, $1.86. . . . 

Total charged to page Q — 4 

Pictou Island, N.S. : Repairs to "West wharf": Sept. 26-Nov. 22. 1S98. 



Foreman, Hector McKinnon, 44 d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, days at $1 .50 : James Currie, jr., 5, Wm. Currie 39i, James Hinds 37i, Duncan 
McCallum 1, Hugh McCallum 14, "Little" Lauchlin McCallum 6&, Wm. McCallum 4^ 
Angus McDonald 1, Robt. McFarlane ^, Joseph Mclnnis 16, Duncan McKenzie 13^ 
Donald McLean 13, Chas. D Patterson 12, Lauchlin Patterson 8^ 

Surveying lumber, Frank P. Carroll, 1 d. at $1 .50 

Fraser, Jas. A., rope, 79 lbs. at 15c ; Danl. Henricken, freight on sheathing, $16 

Murdock, James : iron bolts, 2,300 lbs. at 3^c ; forge work, $3. 15 

Patterson, Chas. D., ballast flooring, 42 pieces at 30c 

Porter, David : hemlock plank, 2,500 ft. at $8 a M.; round timber, 1,900 ft. at 5c ; square 
timber, 5^ tons at $4 ; hardwood timber, 4,267 ft. at $12 a M 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Wm. Brian, 23 ; L. Ferguson, 9} ; Rd. Hinds, 20} ; Warren Jollimore, 

SS. "Diamond," towing raft from Pictou to West Wharf 

Stone, yards at 50c : John D. McCallum 16, " Little. " Lauchlin McCallum 16, Hugh McLean 
18, Lauchlin Rankin 18, John A. Rankin 28 

4 payments under $10 : bolts, 148 lbs. at 3Ac. ; round timber, 163 ft. at 4c ; 2 cross cut saws 
$3.50 ; 4 long screw augers, $5.80 ; 2 files, 30c 



Total charged to page Q — 4 . 



Pietou Light Beach, N. S. : Sept. 13 to Nov. 1, May 1 to June 30. 

Conductor, Duncan Johnson : services, Sept. 13-Oct. 11, May 1-June 30, 63i d. at $2 ; outlay. 

$1.15 ' 

Services in Feb., Mar., April, 21f d. at $2 

Sub conductor, getting brush on scow, F. P. Carroll, 85 d. at $1 50 

Carpenters, days at $1.50: R. Fraser, 6fj Male McDonald, 17; Alex. McKenzie, 17 ; J. 

T. McPheraon, 6| 

27 ; Wm. Landry, 24} ; Chas. Murdoch, 47f ; Owen McDonald, 38.? ; John Mclsaac, Br., 
42} ; Jas. O'Grady, 20? ; Henry H. Powell, 28f ; Wm. Reid, 8 ; Wm. Seward, 23 ; and 
136} days among 31 men, each less than 8 days 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 
284 87 

286 64 

66 60 

638 11 



986 00 
24 75 

20 50 

1 27 

24 23 



114 00 



1,170 75 



27 00 


904 19 


18 75 


13 00 


38 73 


10 50 


12 70 


21 54 


1,046 41 



110 00 



258 75 

1 50 

27 85 

83 65 

12 60 


188 20 
15 00 


48 00 


21 30 



i'66 85 



128 15 
43 50 
12 75 

71 24 



561 58 



817 22 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Pictou Light Beach, N.S. — Concluded. 



Brought forward. 



Man and boat : John Mclsaac, 8 d. at $2 ; John Mclsaac, jr., 2 d. at $2.37i 

Man and horse at .$1.50 : A. Me Arthur, 3| d. ; W. McPherson, 1 d. ; H. Powell, 1\ d 

Man and team : Jas. W. Scott, 1 d. at $3 ; Allan McLaren, 6 d. at $2 . . 

Dwyer, C, spruce deals, 720 ft. at $5 ; Foster, Jos., stone, 20 yds. at 80c, 84 at 50c 

Francis, Thos. : brush, 3 rafts at $4.50, 1 at $4, 8 scow-loads at $3, 1 at $2 ; hauling $1.13 ; 

stone, 42 yds. at 50c 

Fraser, Jas. A. : rope, 76 lbs at 15c. ; 30 at 12c. ; hardware, $1.82 

Johnston, M. A. : lighter, 13 d. at 75c. ; sundry, $1 .8(5 

Murdoch, David : bolts and nuts, 491 lbs. at 4c. ; sundry, $2.63 . ... 

McArthur, Christy Bell, stumpage of brush 

McDonald, Male. : 500 ft. scantling, $6 ; hauling hammer, $1 ; loading, $2.50 

Mclsaic, John, ferrymg men to aud from Beach, 4 d. at 75c 

McPherson, Thos., brush, !)* M. ft. at $2 ; Reddy, G. C, smith work, $6.47 

McPherson, Wm. : stone, 48 yds. at 50c. ; brush, 12,760 ft. at $2 a M 

Porter, David : sq. hemlock timber, 6 T 3 tons at $4 ; piles, 1,400 ft. at 5c 

Powell. Hy. H. : stone, 25 yds. at 50c. ; brush, 6 M ft. at $2 ; pr. oats, $1 

Scott, Wm. : stone 39 vds. at 50c, brush, 12 M. ft. at $2 

Scott, W. J. : 7 M. ft/ brush, 2 scow loads at $9 ; 16 piles, 212 ft. at 4c 

Sproull, Campbell K. : stone, 109 yds. at 50c ; brush, 12 M. ft. at $2 

Sproull, Chas. : stone, 301 yds. at 50c ; brush, 3 large scow loads at $10.50 ; scow-hire, 2 d. 

at $1 . 50 

Sproull, M. G. : stone ballast, 310 yds. at 80c ; bushes, 4 scow-loads at $9 

Sproull, W. E. : stone, 109 yds. at 50c ; brush, 12 M. ft. at $2 

SS. " Diamond " : towing scow to Beach, twice at $2 ; freight $1 .50 

SS. " Marion " : trips to Beach with men, 75 trips at 75c ; scow and towing, $5 

Tanner, Thos., Pictou, wharfage on piles, &c 

Stone, yards at 50c: G. H. Carmichael, 30; GregorChisholm, 27; Hy. Fraser, 27^; Robt. Phraser, 

84 ; A. McArthur, 34 ; Jas. McKenzie, 29 ; John T. McPherson, 41 ff ; Jas. Scott, 24|f 

Total carried to page Q — 4 



Port Hood, N.S., Wharf: Oct. 19 to Dec. 10, Dec. 26 to 28, June 8 to 17. 

McEchen, Alex., foreman : self, 33^ d. at $2 ; single team, 4 d. at $1.50 ; double team, 11 d 

at $1.50 ; 8-in. x 15 ft. hardwood, 7 pes., at $1 ; postage, $1.20 

Beaton, Alex.: 8-in. 23 ft. birch, 10 pes at $1.25 ; spruce plank, 650 ft. at $10 

Cameron, Donald : 8-in. x 15 ft. juniper, 8 pes. at $1 ; 4-in. spruce plank, 1,600 ft. at $10. . . 

Campbell, Angus : bolting, 650 lbs. § iron in 10-in. lengths, $13 ; smithwork, $5 

Campbell, Dougald : 8-in. birch, 14 of 23 ft. at $1.25, 2 of 15 ft. at $1 ; 4-in. spruce plank, 837 

ft. at $10 '.. 

Campbell, Duncan J. : 8-in. birch, 5 of 23 ft. at $1.25, 5 of 15 ft. at $1 

Campbell, John S.: 8-in. birch, 7 of 15 ft. at $1, 5 of 23 ft. at $1.25 ; 4-in. spruce plank, 1,600 

ft. at $10 

Fraser, Alex. : stone, 15 cub. y. at 50c ; use of pile driver, $5.50 

Gillies, Archd. : labour, 8 d. at $1.25 ; carpenter, 7 d. at $1.50 

Moran, Patrick : carpenter, 12 d. at $1.50 ; single team, 1 d. at 75c; lumber, &c, $5.83. ... 
McDonald, Alex. (B) 8-in. x 23 ft. birch, 9 at $1.25 ; Mclsaac, Duncan, 4-in. spruce plank 

2,368 ft. at $10 

McDonald, Angus : labour, 9| d. at $1.25 ; single team, 4^ d. at 75c 

McDonald, Donald, D.B.S. : labour, [)h d. at $1.25 ; single team, 4^ d. at 75c 

McDonald, Ronald J. : labour, 10 d. at $1.25 ; single team, 3 d. at 75c. ; stone, 24 cub. y. at 50c 
McEchen, John V.: labour, 15.^ d. at $1.25; double team, 14£ d. at $1.50 ; teamster, 6 d. at $1.25 
Mclnnis, Ronald : 4-in. spruce plank, 911 ft. at $10 ; bolting, 500 lbs. § iron in 10-in. lengths, 

$10 ; smithwork, $16.59 

Mclsaac, Alex. J.: labour, 5 d. at $1.25 ; stone, 16 cub. y. at 50c; 8-in. x 20 ft. spruce, 7 at $1 
Mclsaac, Archd.: 4-in. plank, 1,370 ft. at $10 ; 8-in. x 23 ft. spruce, 14 at $1.25 ; stone, 30 

cub. y. at 50c; rope, 83f lbs., $12.12; iron in bolt lengths, 439 lbs. at 4c; iron, 2,099^ 

lbs. at 2|c, 200 at 3c; blocks, 2 dbl. at $4.50, 1 single at $3.50; 7 augers, $6.20 ; hard- 

• ware, $11.52 

McLean, Angus : round 8 in. birch, 5 of 23 ft. at $1.25, 5 of 15 ft. at $1 

McLean, Rory, 8-in. x 23 ft. hardwood, 10 at $1.25 ; McMillen, John, use of pile driver, $10. 

McLellan, Alex. : labour, 5 d. at $1.25 ; stone, 16 cub. y. at 50c 

McMillen, Rod'k.: cutting and pointing iron, 533 lbs. at 2c; McNeil, Jas, labour, 10 d. at $1.25. 

McNeil, John (James's son) : labour, 14| d. at $1.25 ; single team, ] d. at 75c 

McNeil, Neil : labour, 11 d. at $1.25 ; single team, 2 d. at 75c 

Smith, Ernest : labour, 19^ d. at $1.25 ; single team, 3 d. at 75c 

Smith, Samuel A., ballast stone, 34 cub. y. at 50c 

Whitter, Angus : labour, 7? d. at $1.25 ; 8-in. x 15 ft. juniper, 24 at $1 ; plank, 744 ft. at $10 
50 payments, each under $10 : labourers, 103| d. at $1.25, 7 d. at $1 ; single team, 1 d. at 75c; 

spruce plank, 2,994 ft. at $10 ; 8-in. timber, 29 pes. of 15 ft. at $1, 38 of 23 ft. at $1.25 ; 

3 of 25 ft. at $1.25 ; stone, 30 cub. y. at 50c 



$ cts. 
817 22 



20 75 


18 38 


15 00 


61 60 


65 63 


16 82 


11 61 


22 27 


4 00 


12 50 


3 00 


25 27 


49 52 


95 20 


25 50 


43 50 


26 48 


78 50 


185 00 


284 00 


78 50 


5 50 


61 25 


3 00 


149 20 



2,179 20 



Total charged to Page Q— 4. 



97 70 


19 00 


24 00 


18 00 


27 87 


11 25 


29 25 


13 00 


20 50 


24 58 


34 93 


15 26 


15 26 


26 75 


48 63 


35 70 


21 25 


164 59 


11 25 


22 50 


14 25 


23 16 


18 88 


15 26 


26 64 


17 00 


41 13 


262 41 


1,100 00 



. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-123 



Port Joli, N.S., Aug. 30— Oct. 19. 

Conductor, Joshua S. Mc Adams, 33 fo days at $2 

Carpenter, days at $1.50 : Morris Theriau, 30*8 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : John Douglas, 1*5; Wm. Douglass, 20*3 ; Chas. Leslie, 12*5 ; Nattie 
McAdams, 11 ; Willie McAdams, 29*8; James McAdams, 20*1 ; Joseph H. McDonald, 
29'8 ; H. McDonald, 27*3; John McDonald, 28 "8 ; Angus Mcintosh, 9; Archie Robert- 
son, 28 "3 ; Joseph Robertson, 24 3; Chas. Theriau, 7; Mark Theriau, 5; Jabry Fogler, 
22*3 ; James Fogler, 2 ; Lesson Fogler, 2 ; Wm. H. Fogler, 2 ; Art. Wolfe, 1 ; Wm. F. 
Wolfe, 2 

Boys, days at 75c. : Clayton McAdams, 12 ; Stanley McDonald, 7h, 

Carters, days at $2.50 : John Douglas, 2 ; John McAdams, 13; Len. Theriau, 3 ; Art. Wolfe, 1. 

Harlow & Kempton, 3 in. hemlock plank, 9,849 ft. at $0.50 

Hendry, A. W., smith work and sundry supplies 

McAdams, Joshua S. : supplies and smithwork, $12.30 ; rent of boat, $2; cartage and freight 
$5.50 

Nicoll, F. G., 4 in. spruce, planed and delivered, 552 ft. at $11 

Robertson, Archie L.: | in. iron, 4,070 lbs. at $2.05 ; spikes, 400 lbs. at 3c. ; rope, 47£ lbs. at 
14c. ; nails, 40c 

Ryan, Capt. James, towing 9,800 ft. of plank to Port Joli . . 

Spruce logs, 10 in. dia., 13 to 27 ft. long, 7,700 ft. at 4^c, paid as follows :— Wm. Douglas, $4.32; 
John Douglas, $20.10 ; John McAdam, $30.45 ; Robt. G. McDonald, $10.40 ; Jos. H. Mc- 
Donald, $40.43 ; Jost. McDonald, $29.79, Archie L. Robertson, $192.80, 

Spruce ballast poles in. dia. 13 to 27 ft. long, 2,249 ft. at 2^c., paid as follows:— John Mc- 
Adams, $37.47 ; Archie L. Robertson, $18.74 



Total carried to page Q — 4 



Port Latour : Stone Breakwater : Mar. 25 June 20, 1899. 



Foreman and chief stoneman, Wm. S. Huskins, 07*05 days at $2.50. 

Conductor, Harvey D. Smith, 03 '55 days at $2 

Stone-cutters, days at $1.50 : Benj. S. Bethell, 55J; Audley Crowell, 15*05 ; Herbert Huskins, 
15^ ; Hezekiah Huskins, 49*3 ; Saml. Reynolds, 17£ ; A. C. Smith, 14*05 ; Arthur H. Snow, 
50 ; Lewis C. Snow, 58* ; Howard D. Swaine, 14^ 

Stone-layers, days at $1.50 : Chas. Lamrock, 37*95 ; Saml. C. Worthen, 32*05 

Derrick stone-man, Saml. Reynolds, 37f days at $1.37i. . . 

Boss ship carpenters : Mathew Snow, 17$ d. at $2 ; Nath. Crowell, 5*7 d. at $1.75 

Ship-carpenters, days at $1.75 : Nath. Crowell, 5^ ; Nehemiah Doane, 10^ 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Jos. A. Huskins, 22*7 ; Nath. Smith, 10 

Captain of scow : Howard D. Snow, 38 J- d. at $1.50 ; teamster and team, Edwd. Cross, 2| d. 
at $2 

Carter and team, days at $1.75 : Josh. Lamrock, 5.85; J. W. Reynolds, 2| ; Hez. Snow, 3 . . 

Carter and team, days at $2 : S. Black, 2 ; A. Gardner, 4 ; H. S. Nickerson, 12 ; W. P. Snow, 
\ ; J. H. Swain, 1\ 

Carter with team, days at $2.25 : Edwd, Crews, 10* ; H. S. Nickerson, 28*55 

Carter, double team, Reuben Harris, 18 days at $3 

Carter, double Ox team, days at $2.75 ; Reuben Harris, 10 ; Robt. Hogg, 85 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Atwood, M., 31*45; Blades, G. A, 19| ; Brannen, J. R., 13i; 
Christie, T. B., 134; Connel, Geo. 8£, Geo. S. lGjf ; Crowell, Ardley 2H, Geo. L. 41*3; 
Huskins, Herbert 25f, Jas. A. 28*05 ; Lamrock, Josiah, 23*05 ; Madden, Chas. E. 16^, 
Michael 25, Saml. A. 19£, Wm. A. 32, Wm. M. 18*55; Nickerson, Albert S. 17*05, 
John F. 24*45, Sylvenus 28*05 ; Purdy, David 10*05, Howard 104, John C. 14^, 
Nath. 24, Oscar 10 ; Reynolds, And. 32*85 ; Jos. W. 22, Seth. S. 8, Wesley, C. 22*35 ; 
Salisbury, Eben., 18|; Smith, Benj. R. 1 \\, Edwin L. 10J, John A. 40*7, John G. 25*; 
Snow, David, 30jf ; Swaine, Hows, 29 ; Smith, H., 35*05 ; Thomas, Albert 8^, Enoch 49* ; 
Williams, Wm., 8*55; Wilson, Wm. 22i ; Worthen, Alex. 22£, Saml. C. 13; 22 others, 
each less than 8 d., 70*45 d. ; total, 993f d. at $1.25 ; less fractions, 20c 

Crowell, G. A.: wheel barraw, $4.75 ; 4 shovels, $2.80 ; hardware, $10.15 

Gardner, J. A.: feathers and plugs, 218 lbs. at 3<>c; drills, 210| lbs. at 25c; knees, links, &c, 
488 lbs at 7c; crowbars, 10 at $1.75 ; sharpening drills, 807 at 2c; windlass, $14 ; picks, 
10 at $1.25 ; C. S. sledges, 4 at $2 ; drill hammers, at $1.25 ; sundry smithwork, $130.85 

Huskins, Wm. S., foreman: timber, $5.10; horse-hire, $8.50; teaming, $4; sounding rod 
and handle, $0.50; hardware, $5.00 

McKay, J. A. & J. H.: 2-in. spruce plank, 2,000 ft. at $9 ; hauling to Pt. Latour, $0 

Smith, D., & Co.: spruce, 028 ft. at $12 ; hemlock, 969 ft. at $8.50 ; sundry lumber, $11.70 ; 
rope, 32i lbs. at 15c, 123^ lbs. at 14c; bale oakum, $4.50 ; sundry hardware, $29 10. 

Smith, H. D. : rope, 218 lbs. at 12c ; sundry outlay, $35.24 

Snow, L. C, 10 logs, $2.75; Swaine, H., 52 handpries, &c, $5.90 

Sutherland, Robt.: spruce dim. timbjr, 5,631 ft. at $11 ; sundry lumber, $18.35; hauling lum- 
ber, 0,540 ft. at $3, $19.02 

Swaine, Josiah A. : use of land for road, year 1899, $15 ; stone for building road, 130 tons at 20c 

Total charged to page Q,— 4 



$ cts. 

GO 00 
40 20 



308 71 
14 02 
47 50 
G4 01 
13 00 


19 80 
7 73 


127 00 
18 00 


340 47 


50 21 


1,195 91 



109 12 


127 10 


444 24 


104 99 


51 90 


44 37 


27 99 


58 05 


02 49 


20 29 


51 00 


102 03 


54 00 


50 87 



1,241 74 
17 70 



300 17 

29 70 
24 00 

83 21 

01 40 

8 05 

99 91 
41 00 



3,335 98 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Port niaitland, N.S., Repairs to Breakwater: Aug. 1 to 31, 1898. 

Conductor, Jas. C. Moses : 24 d. at $2 ; overexpenditure 1897-98 (page Q— 117) 35c; overpaid, 

10c 

Labourers, days at -$1.25 : H. P. Bain, 15$ ; Jacob Bethune, 15^ ; Norman Crosby, 4$ ; Henry 

Devine, 4f ; Atwood Ellis, 16^ ; Josiah Ellis, 16 ; Henry Lane, 4§ ; Roy Perry, 104; ; Geo. 

Piper, 14^ ; Rupert Porter, 10£ ; Vincent Raymond, 13f ; John Sanders, 144; ; Edward 

Sinclair, 4j ; A. Sollows, 13J ; K. Sollows, 10^ ; Wm. Sollows, 154; 

Men and teams, days at $2.50 : Ernest Allen, 4 ; Benjamin Churchill, 2\ ; Clement Churchill, 

If ; Jacob Crosby, 2h, ; Nathan Eldridge, 3 ; Israel Goudey, 3| ; Samuel Moses, 3^ ; 

Kinsman Sollows, 4| 

Brown, Geo. C, 4-in. spruce plank, 5,473 ft. at $9 a M 

Crowell Co., S. A.: ref. iron, 4,795 lbs. of £-in. at $1.80, 407 lbs. of §-in. at $1.85; clinch 

rings, 25 lbs. at 10c; auger, $1.20 

Ellis, Josiah : 4-in. spruce plank, 1,092 ft. at $9 ; oil, paint, &c, $1.99 

Goudey, Geo. M.: dumps and bolts, 2,445 lbs. at lc; iron, 125 lbs. at 2c; repg. auger, 40c. . . 

Goiidey & Crosby, spruce logs, 8-in. at top, 2,820 ft. at 3c 

Perry, N. J. : trucking iron, $6.18 ; 25 lbs. clinch rings, 10c 

Porter, W. S.: spruce logs, 2,500 ft. of 8-in. top at 3c, 215 ft. of 6-in. top at 2c; 20-ft. ballast 

poles, 103 at 12c 



Total charged to page Q— 4 . 



River Hebert Village : Wharf. 



Queen's Printer's account, $20.51 ; advertising, $144.29 

Tingley, John W., progress estimate No. 1 to May 15, 1899 

$836.50; less drawback, $86.50 

Wood, Chas. R., inspector at $2 ; May, 2 d.; June, 22 d 



rO per cent of $1,195, contract. 



Total charged to page Q — 4 . 



Salmon River, N.S., Wharf: Nov. 1 to 22, 1898. 

Conductor, H. J. Balcam, 17 d. at $2 , 

Chief Carpenter, Edward Brownell, 17 d. at $2 .• 

Labourers, days at $1.50 : Edw. H. Balcam, 12f ; Chas. Darr, 3£ ; T. A. Leary, 11$ ; Leonard 

Whitman, 14| 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Balcam, Wm., 9^ ; Darr, Alex., 8f ; Hartling, Albert, 12 ; Arthur 

8£ ; Jas., 9£ ; Smiley, Albert, lOf ; Mathew, 12 ; Wm., 10| ; 31 payments under $10, $140.29 

Teams, days at $2, John H. Balcam, 11| - , 

Horse and ox teams, days at $1.75: Mathew Gallagher, 6| ; Clarence Smiley, 10h ; Abby 

Whitman, 10| ; 2 payments under $5, $6. 12 

Brownell, Edward, $1,197.20)— 

Plank : hemlock, 160,000 ft. at $5 ; spruce, 16,500 ft. at $10 

Sheathing, 8,000 ft. at $6 ; 600 yds. stone wall for ballast, $20 

Spruce mooring posts, 25 ft. long, 12 to 16 in. small end, 5 at $2 . 30 

Iron for bolts, 3,700 lbs. at $2.10 ; screw bolts, 400 lbs. at 4c; 4 ring bolts, $4 

Hire of 4 scows for 22 d., 1 boat for 17 d., ropes, &c . 



Total charged to page Q— 4 . 



Sandford, Yarmouth Co., N.S. 

Expenditure, Sept. 20 to Dec. 1, 1898. 

Conductor, Lewis Churchill, 46 • 7 d . at $2 

Labourer : Israel McKinnon, 46i d. at $1.75 ; Amasa Trefry, 27 d. at $1.30 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : H. C." Churchill, 39 3 ; Amos Dennis, 29 "7 ; Jos. Eldridge, 27 T 2 7 ; 

Edgar Landers, 10; John McRae, 384; Jonathan Rodney, 244; Geo. Shaw, 31 - 8; 

Stephen Shaw, 39' 1; Albert Studley, 8 ; Chas, Trask, 41^ ; Amasa Trefry, 15" 6; Chas. 

• Williams, 40 1 

Labourers with team, days at $2.50: Geo. Beveridge, 25 '4 ; Asa Durkee, 1 ; Edson Eoote, 

11; Jacob Tedtord, 28 8 

Crowell, S. A. : g-in. refd. iron, 4,377 lbs. at $1.80 a cwt.; sundry hardware, $22.09 



Spinney, E. K. : §-in. refd. 



4,774 lbs. at $1.65 a cwt.; American O clinch rings, 184 lbs. 



at 12c; sundry hardware, $25.50 
Spruce logs, 14,029 ft. of 9-in. at small end at 5c, 3,161 ft. of 8-in. at 4c, 1,962 ft. of 7-in. at 
3c; ballast poles, 4-in. at small end, 324 at 15c, 30 at 23gC.; 3-in. spruce plank, 424 ft. 
at $10, 2,390 ft. at $9 ; 4-in. spruce plank, 10,385 ft. at $9; 10 x 12-in. spruce timber 890 
ft at $12, 2,160 ft. at $13, 1,610 ft. at $15 ; 10 x 10-in. spruce timber, 7,564 ft. at $12 ; 
9 x 9-in. spruce timber, 2,043 ft. at $10 ; 9 x 9 in. spruce knees, 26 at $1 ; paid as fol- 
lows :— Thos. Cann, $161.44; Jas. Clements, $192.15 : Edwin Crosby, $186.40; Isaiah 
Crosby, $192.24; Edward Nickerson, $135.84; Rupert Porter, $56.85; Josiah Tedford, 
$91.05; Chas. C. Winter, $245.69 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
48 45 

229 66 



63 74 
49 25 

97 54 
11 82 
27 35 
84 60 

6 28 

91 66 



710 35 



164 80 

750 00 
48 00 



962 80 



34 00 
34 00 

62 99 

241 53 
22 50 

54 67 

965 00 
68 00 
11 50 
97 70 

55 00 



1,646 



93 40 
116 47 



431 38 

165 50 

100 88 

126 35 



1.261 66 



2,295 64 



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Sandford, Yarmoutli Co., N.S.— Concluded. 



Brought forward 

Expenditure, April 18 to May SI, 1899. 

Foreman, Lewis Churchill, 38 9 d. $2 

Labourers : Israel McKinnon, 35'3 d. at $1 .75 ; Amasa Trefry, 35'8 d. at $] .50 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Thos. Cann, 30 9; Edw. Churchill, 328 ; Amos Dennis, 318; 

Jos. Deveau, 32 3; Jos. Eldridge, 9; Edw. Harris, 303; John McCrea, 32" 8; Geo. 

Kodney, 18 

Teamsters, days at $1.25: Geo. Beveridge, 30"6; Hugh Churchill, 349; Wm. Churchill, 

33; EdsonFoote, 19 ; Jacob Ted ford, 252 : Howard Thurston, 8* ; Jacob Thurston, 33'3. 
Teams, days at $1.25: Geo, Beveridge, 108; Hugh Churchill, 284; Wm. Churchill, 9; 

Edson Foote, 19 ; Jacob Tedford, 9'7 ; Harold Thurston, 8'5 ; Jacob Thurston, 12 '5.. . . 
Cann, Thos., spruce : 9-in. logs, 896 ft. at 5c; 4-in. poles, 30 at 15c; 9 x 9 knees, 10 at $1 . 
Logs and poles : Comfort Clements, $82.51 ; Clements & Co., $96.15 ; Edwin Crosby, $38.55: 

Isaiah Crosby, $99.60 



Total carried to page Q— 4 



St. Ann's, North River, N.S. : Wharf at Seymour's Point. 

Qneen's Printer's account, $10.56 ; advertising, $4.80 

McDonald, Hugh, progress estimate No. 1 to July 5, 1899 : rd. timber in cribwork blocks, 
1,352 ft. at 12c; ballast in do., 50 cub. yds. at 65c; iron in do., 630 lbs. at 4^0.; native 
piling in bents, 216 ft. at 12c; creosoted piling in bents, 1,000 ft. at 50c; driving and 
screwing piles, 52 at $2 ; pile-caps in place, 3,276 ft. at $20 ; native upper walings in place, 
400 ft. at $20 ; less drawback, $94.95, and charged to 1899-1900, $130 

McDonald, Murdock, inspector, June 9, June 20-30, 11 d. at $2 



Total carried to page Q — 4. 



Swim's Point, Shelburne Co., N.S. : Wharf: Mar. 27 to June 16, 1899. 

Duncan, John F., at $2 : conductor 19 d., foreman 31 d 

Covert, Thos. W. at $2 : foreman 20 d., carpenter 30^ d 

Carpenters at $2 : J. D. Duncan 2 d., Duncan Garland 1| d 

Team, Jas. Cox, \ d. at $2 : labour, Michael Crowel, h d. at $2 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Harrington Atkinson 33f, Jas. Cox 151, Wm. Crowell 34 j, Free- 
man Goodwin 27, Nehemiah Goodwin 13A, John Maxwell 18f, Freeman Nickerson 23|, 
Joshua Nickerson 1, Vincent Nickerson 33^, Amasa Ross 30| r Bartlett Smith 21^, Jas. 
Smith 36J, John C. C. Smith 35f , N. H. Smith 15f , Stuart Smith 34|, Amiel Stoddart 
37, Ephraim Stoddart 34J. . 

Anderson, Chas., freight, 80c ; Brannen Bros., logs, 3 at $1 

Bower, Jesse : spruce logs, 10,024 ft. at 5^0.; 3-in white hemlock plank, 17,440 ft. at $11 ; tim- 
ber cap-sills, 7,893 ft. at $11; 8-in. ballast poles, 109 of 26-ft. at 39c; 6-in. ballast poles, 
58 of 22- ft. at 33c, 8 of 11-ft. at 20c 

Cape Sable Packing Co. : 12-in. spruce logs, 30 at 75c ; rope, 85 lbs. at 13c ; double blocks, 4 
at $6 ; hardware, $11 .09 ; freight, $7.72 

Crowell, Thos. W.: dump bolts, 3,310 lbs. at lie; steel drills and hooks, 51 lbs. at 25c; wire 
rope, 433 lbs. at 6c ; iron work for derrick," $14 . 70 ; sundry, $23 . 18 

Knowles, Alex., 6-in. ballast logs, 22-ft. long, 100 at 22c 

Robertson, Wm.: rd. ref. iron, 4,825 lbs. at $1.55 ; 6-in. wire spikes, 5 kegs at $2.60 ; 84 bolt 
ends, 270 lbs. at 3fc: 1,400 clinch-rings, $5 ; sundry, $23.64 

Swim, M. K., horse to Clyde 

Advertising, $30.32 ; Queen's Printer's account, $1 .99 



Total carried to page Q— 4. 



Trout Cove, Digby €o., N.S. : Extending- Breakwater. 

Reid, Reid & Archibald, progress estimate to Dec. 1, 1898 : 90 per cent of $3,896, contract, 
$3,506.40 ; less drawback, $356.40 ; held, $1,150 



Upper Port Latour : Jan. 10 to Feb. 28, April 23 to June S, 1899. 

Foreman or conductor, Christopher Sholds, 40 d. at $2 

Carpenter, John A. Christie, 55 d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.50: Wm. Chisholm 14 8, W. N. Dowling 27f, G. N. Snow, 20 35, 

Robt. Stoddart 173 

Carters, days at $2 : Conrad Powell 12.65, Seaton Powell 3 1, F. Sholds 15 1 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 


2,295 64 


77 80 
115 47 


272 37 


230 63 


122 37 

06 20 


316 81 


3,497 29 



15 36 



700 00 
22 00 


737 36 


100 00 

101 00 
7 00 
2 00 



558 63 
3 80 


868 17 


76 36 


126 26 
22 00 


126 15 

1 50 

32 31 


2,025 18 



2,000 00 



80 00 
110 00 


120 29 
61 70 



371 99 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Upper Port Latour — Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Labourers, days at $1 . 25 : Josiah Brown 94, Wm. Dowling 9 ' 65, Moses Eli 15*, Wm. 

Nickerson 10 15, Conrad Powell 8*, .1. S.~ Reynolds 12*, David Sholds 43 64, Fen wick 

Sholds 33 25, Geo. Sholds 8£, Wm. Sholds 27f, Benj. Slote 27 '15, W. E. Smith 33J, B. 

F. Snow 24 05, Jas. Snow 10 95 ; 27 others, each less than 8 d., in all 99£ d 

Atwood, M. D.: dumps, 1,113 lbs. at lc. ; smithwork, $2.50 

Crowell, G. A., hardware, $8.82 ; Gibson, Wm., hauling logs, $5 

Gardner, J. A.: J-in. dumps, 1,314 lbs. at l^c; screw-bolts, 451 lbs. at 3c; sundry, $32.33. . 

McGdl, Thos. : ballast logs, 200 at 26c. ; less"$5 for hauling 

McKay, J. H. & J. A. : 357 logs, 7,094 lin. ft. at 4^c 

McKay, P. W. & F. A.: 254 logs, 5,002 ft. at 4c; 10 x 12, 6,000 ft. at $10 50 ; 8 x 10, 3,867 ft 

at $10.50; 3-in. spruce plank, 12,525 ft. at $10.50; spruce interior stringers, 1,2201. ft. 

at 4c ; sundry, $5 . 56 

Powell, Alf., smithwork, $13.01 ; Smith, D., & Co., hardware, $18 .47 

Robertson, Wm., & Son : § and 1-in. rd. ref. iron, 5,605 lbs. at $1.55 ; 316 bolt ends, 986 lbs 

at 3fc; 6-in. wire spikes, 7 kegs, at $2.60 ; 1,000 clinch -rings, 114 lbs. at 5c 

Str. " Latour," freight, $3.80 ; Yarmouth SS. Co., freight, $6.16 

Vanorden, Abram, ballast-poles, 100 at 25c 

Advertising, $30.34 ; Queen's Printer's account, $10. 12 



Total carried to page Q — 4 . 



Upper "Wood's Harbour : Wharf and Causeway. 



Queen's Printer's account, $15.28 ; advertising, $30.34 

Sutherland, Donald, progress estimate No. 2 to July 1, 1899, 64f per cent of $1,940 contract. 

$1,250 ; Ipss drawback, $125 , 

Matheson, Wm. H., inspector at $2 : March 9 d., Apl. 23 d., May 27 d., June 24 d 



Total carried to page Q — 4. 



West Arichat, N.S.: Repairs to Breakwater, Nov. 2-30, May 18- June 30. 



Foreman, John Sutherland, 46^ days at $2 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : F. Boudrot, 5| ; Alex. Boutin, 1 ; H. Goyetche, 3; Simon Landry 
39f ; Wm. Sutherland, 38± ; Louis Young, 36 

Bosdet, P. C, steel spikes, 6 kegs at $3 ; McDonald, Hector, bolts, $8.20 

Gillis, Alex.: 3-in. spruce plank, 15,000 ft. at $10; 8x8 spruce timber, 4,693 ft. at $10; 8 x i 
hardwood, 156 1. ft. at 5c 

McDonald, Jas.: iron bolts, 620 lbs. at 2^c ; heading and pointing bolts, 180 at l|o 

McDonald, Nicholas : 8-in. hardwood logs, 26 at 45c : spruce log, $1 

Stone, yards at 40c: Alf. Babin, 45 ; R. Babin, 11 ; Danl. Bona, 26^ ; M. Boudrot, 4 ; T. P 
Boudrot, 48 ; D. R. Boyer, 83i ; B. Dago, 18 ; M. Dugas, 9 ; D. Gerior, 5h ; D. LeBlane 
6 ; R. Murie, 18* ; L. Murray, 11 ; Hector McDonald, 17 ; Jas. McDonald, 6 ; Benj 
Sampson, 35 ; Fidele Vantour, 78| ; R. Young, 18J 



Total carried to page Q— 4 



Western Head, Queen's Co., N.S.: Repairing Breakwater, 
Sept. 12-Nov. 1, 1898. 

Conductor, John H. Morton, 44 days at $2 

"Labourers, days at $1.25: Robt. Coolen, 30f ; Geo. Daurey, 30* ; Alex. Forner, 28 05 
Arthur Godfrey, 32 3 ; Edward Munroe, 28 05; John Munroe, 323; John Sims, 28 1 
Otis Sims, 32-3; Edward Smith, 313 ; Wm. Turner, 28"55 

Engineer and engine, Thos. Thompson, 31^ days at $8 

Livery, Thos. Thompson, 38 days at 75c 

Carters, days at $2.50 : Zenas Croft, 7 ; Alfred Wolfe, 4| 

Black Bros. & Co.: White's cement, 50 brls. at $2.55 ; freight, $10 

Dexter, J. V., wharfage on cement, 50c ; labour, $1 ; storage, $1 

Frelick, Angus, storing cement and materials, Sept. 13 to Oct. 31, 1898 

Hendry, A/W.: cemeut, 2 brls. at $3; 2 day's work on breakwater, $4; 4 shovels, $2.60 
hardware, &c, $15.81 

Millard, John, hire of stone grips, Sept. 13 to Oct. 31, 1898 

Stafford, Wm., trucking : cement, 50 brls. at 23c; sundry, $1.40 

Total carried to page Q — 4 



$ cts. 
371 99 



467 92 
13 63 
13 82 
65 57 
47 00 

319 23 


489 55 
31 48 


146 27 

9 96 

25 00 

40 46 


2,041 88 



45 62 

1,125 00 
166 00 



1.336 62 



92 50 

154 66 
26 20 

204 73 

18 20 
12 70 



176 40 



685 39 



00 



378 23 


252 00 


28 50 


28 75 


137 50 


2 50 


8 00 


28 41 


1 00 


12 90 


965 79 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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Clancy, 3 ; .). E. Cook, 29 ; Alex. Doggett, 9* ; Angus Doggett, Xi ; Chas. Doggett, 1 
Eld. Doggett, 17$ ; Fred. Doggett, 33 ; Ralph Doggett, 2 ; Robt. Doggett, 29* ; W. 
Doggett, 14 ; Chas. Femer, 2^ ; Sim. Hogan, 2i ; Ls. Huphman, 3 ; Art. Inness, 
Saml. Peterson, 8 ; L. Publicover, 27^ ; Jos. Smith, 3£ ; Ambrose Verge, 25 ; Art 



White Point Breakwater, N.S. : Aug. 15 to Nov. 3, 1898. 

Conductor, Wm. Doggett, 37£ d. at $2 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : John Arthurs, 12 ; Carl Clancy, 4 ; Hugh Clancy, 6 ; W. J. 
Clancy, 3 ; J. E. Cook, 29 ; Alex. Doggett, 91 ; Angus Doggett, 34 ; Chas. Doggett, 16i; 

" T . H. 

6; 

Arthur 

Verge, 7* ; Edward West, 21$ ; Elisha West, 18 ; Oliver West, 13 ; Robt. West, 16$ ; 

Wm. West, ll.i 

Labourer, days at $1 : Newton Publicover, 7 

Labourers, with oxen, days at $2.50 : John Arthurs, 1 ; Robt. Doggett, 1 ; Ls. Huphman, 22 

Labouiers, with horses, days at $1.50 : Fred. Doggett, 1 ; Robt. Doggett, 1 ; W. H. Dog- 
gett, 2 

Doggett, Angus : spruce logs, 28 of 25 to 30 ft. at $1, 5 of 22 ft. at 75c; sticks sheathing, 204 
at 10c. ; use of boat, 3 d. at 50c 

Harlow & Kimpton : 3 in. spruce plank, 5,996ft. at $9. . . . 

Innes, J. C, & Co. : man. rope, 70 lbs. at lie. ; dynamite, 10 lbs. at 50c 

Jones, Wm. J. : bolts, 2,061 lbs. at 3c. ; sharpening drills, 60 at 5c 

Mackintosh, C. V. : iron, 2,061 lbs. at 2c. ; wrought spikes, 5 kegs at $2.50 ; dynamite, 16 
lbs. at 40c. ; drill steel, 96 lbs. at 12c. ; hardware, $20.37 

3 payments under $4 ; smithwork, $6.75 ; use of boat, 2 d. at 50c 



Total, carried to page Q — 4 



Whycocomagh, N.S., Wharf : July 27- Jan. 20, Mar. 1-May 25, June 18 and 28 

Foreman, Wm. McKay, 57$ days at $2 

Carpenter, days at $1.50 : Ronald Fraser, 21 ; John A. Macdonald, 12 ; Peter McKinnon, 13 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Angus Martin, 8i ; Hector Macdonald, 85 

Labourers, days at $1 : Alex. McAulay, 15 ; Neil McAulay, 28 ; Hugh McDougall, 11 ; P. 

N. McKinnon, 10$ ; N. A. McLean, 10 ; 35 others, each less than 10 days, 162$ d. in all. 
Labourers, days at $1.10 : P. N. McKinnon, 1 ; N. A. McLean, 1 ; Dan. McLeod, 0$ ; A. 

M. Nicholson, 1 

Horse at 75c. : Neil McAulay, 16 d. ; 6 under $8, 23 d 

Horse, cart and driver at $1.50 : Jacob Gillis, 2 d.; J. A. Gillis, 1 d.; P. N. McKinnon, 1 d.; 

N. A. McLean, Id 

Campbell, Edward : 3 in. plank, 1,500 ft., plank measure, at $24 

Fraser, Alex. : use of pile driver during spring of 1899, and conveying same from Port Hood 

and back, 56 miles 

Matheson, Dugal : sticks, 2 40 ft. pine, 2 20 ft. spruce, at 5c. a ft 

Matheson, Norman : drift-bolts, 431 lbs. at 5c. ; smith work, $8.81 

Macdonald, J. K. : 3 and 4$ in. manilla rope, 224 lbs. at 12$c ; 16 piles, 503 ft. at 5c, 50 ft. 

at 4c ; plank, 1,857 ft. at $8 ; 7 in. wrot. spikes, 4 kegs at $3.75 ; 15 in. pat. blocks, 2 

sgl. at $7 25, 1 dbl., $12.50 ; hardware, $5.02 

McKenzie, Alex. : hemlock piles, 31 to 40 ft. long, 578 ft. at 5c ; 25 ft. long, 75 ft. at 4c. . 

McKinnon, Peter : quarried stone, 18 loads at 20c 

McLean, Daniel : hemlock and spruce hewn timber, 29ff tons at $4.50 ; hemlock piles, 515 

lin. ft. at 4c, 2,044 at 5c ; total, $254.98 ; less not paid till 1899-1900 for want of funds 
.98. . . . 



$104. 



Macdonnell, Samuel, solicitor, Port Hood : 

Legal services and expenses re property (T. A. McKeen, &c). 

Time, 3 days, and travel, paying for land, August, 1898 

Ross, W. B., Q.C.. Halifax, legal services and expenses re : Catherine McDonald, $33.58: 

J. K. McDonald, $3.09 



Charged to vote, $1,040.67 ; to 1899-1900, $64.71 



Windsor, N.S. : Training Weir, Sec. 

Work done in 1897-8. 
Detailed in 1897-8 (page Q— 120) charged to 1898-9 



Pay-lists and Accounts : June 15-Nov. 20, 1898 (83,093.82 J. 

Foreman, James Rose, 13 d. at $2, 108 at $2.50 

Leading workman, James McDonald, 69 d. at $1.75 

Carpenters, days at $1.40 : James Benedict, 6 ; Herbert McDonald, 63i ; James McDonald, 

1 ; Ira Sanford, 73$ 

Carpenters, days at $1.30: Calvin Chute, 00£ ; Harrington Holton, 56| ; Alfred Sanford, 

28$ ; Danl. Wheaton, 23 

Carpenters, days at $1 . 25 : Herbert McDonald, 12 ; James McDonald, 11 ; Ira Sanford, 26 . . 

Carried forward 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Windsor. N.S. : Training Weir, &c. — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Pay-lists and Accounts ; June 15-Nov. 20, 1898 — Concluded. 

Labourers, days at §1.25: Leonard Benedict, 78i; Wm. Benedict, 32; Geo. E. Crossley, 8 

Edward Brothers, 29f ; H. Harding Foley, 971 ; Harrington Holton. 10^ ; Wm. King, 1 

Frank Malev, 18; Robt. McLellan, 26; Mathew McNeil, 12; James Patterson, 10; 

Danl. Wheaton, 2 

Labourers, days at $1 : Alfred Burgess, 20 ; Edward Brothers, 36^ ; James Patterson, 9. . . 

Extra hours in charge of lighter, Edward Brothers, 27 d. at $1 .40 , 

Labour at tide time, Timothy Lake, 15 d. at $1 .40 

Labour at tide time, hours at 15c: Thos. Broderick, 46 ; Chas. Goulton, 25; Wm. Lake, 63 ; 

Fred. Muirell, 17i ; John Spencer, 62| ; Jas. Walters, 32| 

Watchman, looking after tools, &c, J. Fraser Pose, 23 d. at 65c, 51 at 60c, 31 at 55c. 

Aker, Hedley, stone ballast, 20| tons at 50c 

Aylward, Walter J.: birch brush, 14 loads at $1.25; ballast poles, 65 of 26 ft. at He; 15 

spruce logs, 224 ft. at 3c ; 150 hardwood stakes, $5 • 

Davison, Joseph : birch brush, 34 loads at $1.25 ; stone ballast, 22 tons at 50c; trucking, 75c 
Dimock & Armstrong: manilla rope, 428 lbs. at 12 13c, sundry pieces, $9.31; steel angles 

(cut to length and holes punched as per specification) 4,500 lbs. at 3;jc; dynamite and 

detonators, 70 lbs. at 35c; refined iron, 5,914 lbs. at $1.60 a 100 ; sundries, $91.62 

Edridge, Wallace : 182 ballast poles, $40.77; 63 spruce logs, 930 ft. at 3c; hardwood brush, 

2 loads at $1.25 

Goudge, M. H., & Son : plank, 2,290 ft. at $9 ; sundry lumber, $1.68 

Mosher, T. A. : ballast, 30 tons at 40c 

McDonald, Chas.: 44 spruce logs, 816 ft. at 3c, 42 ft. at 4c; 15 spruce logs at 30c each ; 47 

ballast poles, $15.15; birch brush, 11 loads at $1.25; stone ballast, 4j tons at 50c; 

hauling. $1 . 25 . . 

McKinlay, T. W. : stone ballast, 528 tons at 50c , . . 

Nordby, N. C. : hardwood plank, 6,000 ft. at $9. 

Pose, James : travel, $3.15 ; freight, $6.10 ; telegrams, postage, &c, $1.22 

Salter, Frank, 136 round spruce logs, 4,852 ft. at 3c 

Sexton, Mathew : stone ballast, 44f tons at 50c; birch brush, 14 loads at $1.25 

Simmons, H. S., scow for carrying stone 

Smith, Elias, ballast stone, 20 tons at 50c 

Smith, Wm. A.: making dump bolts, 3,143 lbs. at 80c a cwt.; foundry work, $30.16. ... 

Wilson, Wm.: 31 round spruce logs, 594 ft. at 2^c; 43 round spruce logs, 697 ft. at 2c; 18 ft. 

ballast poles, 6 at 15c 

Withrow, David, stone ballast, 352 tons at 50c 

5 payments under $10 : taking back lost crib, $8; birch brush, 7 loads at $1.25; 10 spruce 

logs, 152 ft. at 3c; trucking, $13.50 



Pay-Lists and Accounts: May 26- June 30, 1899 ($1,123.78). 



Foreman, Jas. Pose, 30 d. at $2. 50 

Leading workman, Michael Townsend, 16^ d. at $1 . 75 

In charge of blasting, Robt. McLellan, 26 d. d. at $1.45 , 

In charge of scow, Jacob Benedict, 5 d. at $1.40 ; watchman, J. Fraser Rose, 23 d. at 75c 
Carpenters: at $1.50, Jas. Marsters, 4i d. ; at $1.40, Ira Sanford, 4| d. ; at $1.30, Calvin 

Chute, 12^d.; at $1.25, Jos. Brushett 121 d., Arnold Dill 10|d 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Geo. Benedict 15, John Benedict, 5| ; Leonard Benedict, 19; H. 

H. Foley, 2iJ ; H. Haughton, 23; Darius Mosher, 1\ ; Frank McLellan, 26; Jas. 

Patterson, 8 ; March Rathburn, 12^ ; Hy. Warner, 15^ 

Labourers : Ananijah Crosby, 15 d. at $1 . 10 ; J. Fraser Rose, 3| d. at 75c 

Aylward, Walter J. : 1 M birch plank, $10 ; 12 loads birch brush, $15 , 

Bishop, Robt. : 5-in. ballast poles, 450 feet at l|c. ; logs, 80 ft. at 2c 

Card, Edgar : picking-up and looking after scow and flat 

Dimmock & Armstrong : iron, 3,515 lbs. at $2.20 ; galv. steel wire, 697 lbs. at 5^c; manilla 

rope. 234| lbs., $29.69; coil, $9.72; dynamite, 70 lbs. and detonators, $20.40; 3 kegs 

spikes, $9.70; 199^ lbs. black chain, $8.44; sundry, $37.20 

Eldridge, Wallace, ballast poles, 640 ft. at lja; Fuller, H. H, 50 elec fuses, $1.75 

Goudge, M. H. & Sons, lumber, &c, $21. 11 ; Graham, Jas. E., hardware, &c, $4.71 

Lynch, H. P. : stone ballast, 48 tons at 50c ; towing scow, $2 

Manning, Hy., truckman, $3.20 ; McKinlay, T. W., stone ballast, 136 tons at 50c 

McDonald, Chas. : spruce logs, 1,868 feet at 3c; ballast poles, 818 feet at l^c 

Ogilvie, Hy. E., picking up crib adrift, towing and looking after it 

Porter, Lewis : spruce logs, 174 feet at 4c, 111 ft. at 3c ; ballast poles, 691 feet at ljc 

Reading, Jas., trucking, $2.60 ; Salter, Frank, moving crib, $10 

Sanford, W.'J. : 57 spruce logs, 9 to 12 in. at top end, 1,780 1. ft. at 4c 

Sexton, Matthew, birch brush, 27 loads at $1.25 ; Smith, W. A., smithwork, $20.61 

Stoddard, Rufus : 10-ft. hardwood stakes, 52 at 3c; birch brush, 24 loads at $1.25 

Woodman, Isaac : 8-in. spruce logs, 491 feet at 3c; sundry, $4.33 

Charged to 1898-99, $3,999.25 ; to 1899-1900, $1,123.78 



$ cts. 
1,804 07 



406 05 
65 50 
37 80 
21 00 


36 96 
62 60 
10 12 


54 57 
54 25 



418 24 



71 17 


22 29 


12 00 


62 93 


264 00 


54 00 


10 47 


145 56 


39 87 


40 00 


10 00 


55 30 


29 69 


176 00 



34 81 



75 00 
28 87 
37 70 
24 25 

57 99 



195 60 
19 12 


25 00 


8 35 


4 00 


230 82 


11 35 


25 82 


26 00 


71 20 


68 31 


5 00 


20 65 


12 60 


71 20 


54 36 


31 56 


19 03 


5,123 03 



. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
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Belfast Pier, P.E.I. : Sept. 21-IVov. 9, May I I -June 31. 

Buchanan, Win., 8 poles, $1.30 ; Compton, Alex., pile-driver, 7 d. at 50c 

Halliday, Frank : labour, 7£ d. at $1.25 ; horse, 4 d. at 50c; stone, 100 tons at 10c 

Halliday, Thos. E., carpenter, 15 d. at $1.25 

Laraby, Win. : labour, 4 : , ! d. at $1.26 ; horse, 1 d. at 50c 

Moore, Jas. St. C : poles, 84 of 24-ft. at 8c, 500 of 14-ft. at 4c, 278 of 10-ft. at 4c; 28-ft 

ties, 5 at $2.25; 5f ! tons timber, $18 63 ; plank, 2,108 feet at $8; 782 lbs. iron, 816.63; 

Bundry, $5.64 

McEachern, Hugh : labour, 11 d. at $1 .25 ; horse, 44 d. at 50c 

Mclnnis, Allan: carpenter, 26£ d. at $1.50; 28-ft. fenders, 4 at $1.40; 53 poles, $7.52; 

timber, $1.23 

McWilliam, Alex. : labour, 34 d. at $1.25 ; horse, 6 d. at 50c; poles, 50 of 24-ft. at 8c, 175 

of 14-ft. at 4c, 175 of 10-ft. at 4c 

Mc Willi nn, Hugh J. : foreman, 48£ d. at $2 ; horse, 8^ d. at 50c 

Mi William, Isaac : labour, 1 d. at $1.25 ; horse, 1 d. at 50c 

Me William. Jas. : labour, 20 d. at $1.25 ; horse, 12 d. at 50c ; 11 fenders, $10.50 ; curbing, $1.80 

McWilliam, Oliver: labour, 5 d. at $1.25 ; horse, 5 d. at 50c; 23 fenders, $18.40 

McWilliam, Thos., poles : 45 of 24-ft. at 8c, 83 of 14-ft. at 4c, 69 of 10-ft. at 4c 

Nicholson, Simon, labour, 12 d. at $1.25 ; Panting, Frank, 73 poles, $4.28 

Shaw, Jas. : carpenter, 0^ d. at $1.25 ; labour, 5| d. at $1.25 , . . . , 



Total carried to page Q — 4 



Brae, P.E.I. : Breakwater. 

Pay-lists, Aug. 24-Nov. 9, Dec. 1-19, 1898 : 

Conductor, Herbert Craig, 71 d. at $2 ; carpenter, John Creamer, 46| d. at $1.25 

Labourers, days at $1.10 : Win. H. Beer, \\ ; T. Boylen, | ; Win. Creamer, 1 ; Dune 
Darrach, 234 ; John Doyle, 8 ; Thos. Murphy, 51 ; Dan. McDonald, 5 ; R. McDougald, 
V±i ; Doug. "Mt-Fagen, 18f ; David McLean. 29f ; Doug. McLean, 8| ; F. McLellan, 
9* ; Neil McNevin, 2i ; Neil McNevin (Neil J's son) 13 ; Neil H. McNevin, 28f ; 
Allan McPhee, sr., % ; J. M. Oulton, 8 ; David Welsh, 5 

With team, days at $2 : Dune Darrach, 3f ; C. Johnson, 3i ; A. McCallum, H ; John 
Oulton, 34 ; T. Oulton, 1 " 

With horse, days at $1.50 : Dune Darrach, 1\ ; Neil McNevin, 2 

Pay-lists, A pi. 12-May 2, 1899 : 

Conductor, Herbert Craig, 13| d. at $2 

Labourers, days at $1.30 : Win. H. Beer, 12 ; Arch. McCallum, 12| 

With team, days at $2 : Warren Craig, 5, Humphrey McCallum, 6. 

Pay-lists, June 1-30, 1899 : 

Conductor, Herbert Craig, 20 d. at $2 ; with horse and cart, Warren Craig, 4$ d. at $1.50 

Labourers at $1.25 : Dougald McFadgen, 84 d. ; 9 others, each under 7 d., 31£ d. in all . . 

Doyle, John, stoue, 19 c y. at 35c 

Campbell, Cornelius : stone, 22^ c y. at 75c ; hauling clay, 47 loads of 9 c. ft. at 8c 

Holman, R. T. : iron, 854 lbs. "at $1.55, 325 at $1.75, 52 at $2 ; 7 in. spikes, 3 kegs at $2.05 ; 

freight, $1.22 

Howatt, T. M. : spruce, 1,644 ft. at $8 ; hardware, $2.07 

McEachern, Angus : stone, 74 c y. at 75c ; cutting and pointing, bolts, 560 at lc, 400 at lie : 

smithwork, $2.90 

Mclsaac, John, stone, 5 e y. at 50c, 7^-f c y. at 75c. 

McKinnon, Angus, scow, 10 d. at 50c. ; McKinnon, John, hauling clay, 74 9-ft. loads at 8c... 

McLean, Dougald, hauling clay, 71 9-ft. loads at 8c. 

McLean, Ro:lk. 3 in. plank at $8 : spruce, 2,0J7 ft. ; hemlock, 1,404 ft. ; hardwood, 3,539 ft. . 

Oulton, John : stone, 22J T c y. at 75c ; hauling anchors, $3 ; pile driver, 75c 

Reid, John : stone ballast, 18 tons at 75c. ; stone, 7i£ c y. at 75c 

Stuart. John : hauling clay, 74 9-ft. loads at 8c 

W>lsh Robt. : brush, 25 loads at 25c ; stone, 11£ c y. at 75c 

Scone, cubic yards at 75c. : Win. Creamer, 7 ; Dune Darrach, 2J ; Jas. Fanning, 14|f ; CI. 

Johnson, 3§ ; Angus Mclsaac, 6^ ; Jos. Mclsaac, 10£ ; Thos. Oulton, 24 ; Wm. Somers, 6. 

Charged to : 1898-9, $860.73 ; 1899-1900, $54.62 



China Point, P.E.I. : Reconstruction of Head Pier. 

Queen's Printer's Account, $18.67 ; Advertising, $85.86 



Mickey's Wnarf, P.E.I. : Sept. 1-Nov. 21, 1898. 



Foreman, Patrick O'Hare, 61 d. at $2 

Carpenters, d?ys at $1.25 : Chas. Fisher, 484 ; Peter McCabe, 394. ; Amos Roach, 114. 

Labour, days at $1 : James McDonald, 1 ; Michael McDonald, 24; James Roach, 20 ; Thos. 
Shea, 15 ; John Smith, 3 ; John Stewart, 7 



1-9q 



Carried forward. 



'•!>. 



4 86 


21 37 


is 75 


o 43 


100 70 


Ki 00 


54 10 


63 49 


101 25 


1 75 


43 29 


27 15 


9 68 


19 28 


15 30 


509 46 



200 11 



212 27 

24 90 

13 87 

27 50 

31 85 
22 00 

46 37 

49 67 

6 65 

20 51 

27 34 
15 22 

20 00 

8 41 

10 92 

5 08 

55 99 

20 44 

19 08 

5 92 

14 66 

55 99 



915 35 



104 53 



122 00 
124 36 

70 00 



316 30 



Q— 130 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Mickey's Wliarf", P.E.I.— Concluded. 
Brought forward 



James McDonald, 1 ; Patrick O'Hare, 2 ; Stephen O'Hare, 4 ; Amos 



19 ; Haggarty, R., 2 pes. spruce curbing, $2 

100 lbs. 7-in.' cut spikes, $3.50 ; measuring tape, .$3 ; 



Horse, days at 75c. 

Koach, 254 .... 
Barrett, Jas., 3-in. hemlock, 2,760 ft. at 
Dodd & Rogers : iron, 1,000 lbs. at 2£c. 

sundry tools. $13.36 

Kennedy, A. & Co. : iron, 1,017 lbs. at 2c. ; hardware, $S.98 

McDonald, Alexander, 6 pes. spruce piles, each 20 ft. long, 9-in. at small end 

McDonald, Jas., stone, 34 tons at 30c. ; McKenna, Jas., 4 spruce mooring posts, $2 

Roach, Ignatius, hire of pile driver, falls, blocks, etc., Sept. 24-Oct. 31, 25 d. at 50c 

Smith, John : stone, 78 tons at 30c. ; horse-hire, S3. 75 

Birch piling, 24 to 30 ft. long, 9 to 12-in. at small end, 128 pes. at $2 : Bernard Connolly, 25 ; 

Bernard Gillon, 30 ; Jas. Good fellow, 28 ; Jas. Mclnnis, 25 ; Jas. Rodgerson, 20 



Total, carried to page Q — 4 



Miminigasli Breakwater : Addition. 



Queen's Printer's account, $7.82 ; advertising, $107.38 

McDonald, Alex., Progress Estimate No. 2 to June 30, 1899 : 

pleted, -$1,533.33 ; less drawback, $153.33 

Gallant, Frank P., Ebbsfleet, inspector at $2 : March, 10 d. 

June 23 d . 

Advertising 



$2,300 contract two-thirds com 



Apl. 25 d. ; May 1-24, 21 d. 



Total carried to page Q — 4. 



Wm 



$ cts. 
316 36 



24 37 

26 84 

42 36 
29 32 
7 50 
12 20 
12 50 

27 15 

256 00 



754 60 



115 20 

1,380 00 

158 00 
8 40 



Miminigasli, P.E.I. : Repairs to Breakwater : Aug. 29-Nov. 26, 1898. 

Foreman, Christopher Cadigan, 83^ d. at $2 ; teamster, Sosime Gaudet, 5| d. at $3 

Teamsters, davs at $2.75: Stephen Bernard 5i, Wm. Carrigan 3£, Martin Hustler 10| 

Kinch 8, R. Mokler 1, Syl. Perry 2|, Nich. Ready 10 

Axeman, days st $1.25 : Jos. Costain 6, John Doucette 24^, Ambr. Murphy 10 

Labourers, days at $1 . 25 : Bernard, Fidele 13^, Jos. 10^, "Josh 9|, Theo. 11; Boudreault, 

John 12 ; Carrigan, Wm. 8£ ; Doucet, John 8, Vital 10 ; Gallant, Jos. 26| ; Gaudet, 

John 10, Jos. 10, Phil. 10 ; Gillis, John ISh ; Perry, Thos. Hi ; Peters, Cyrus 10, Jos. 10, 

Patk. 60f, Peter M. Sh ; Poirier. John 11 ; Reid, Birt 11 ; Tremble, Alex. 24 ; 15 others, 

each less than 8 d., in all 48 d. : total, 352^ d. at $1.25. 

Costain, Wm. : 12 ft. spruce poles, 80 at $l5c ; Matheson, J. A., hardware, $1.26 

Crossman, Chas. : 9 in. x 18 ft. spruce piles, 24 at $1 ; 20 ft. poles, 16 at 50c 

Deagle, Patk. : stone, 6 tons at $1 ; brush, 11 loads at 40c 

Doucette, Hy. : 9 in. x 18 ft. spruce piles, 25 at $1 : 8 x 12 spruce floor-beams, 7 at $2 ; stone, 

1| tons at $1 

Gallant, Paul, 4 sticks, $4 . 40 ; Gillis, John, 5 pieces spruce, $3 . . . 

Hustler, Martin : 8 x 12 in. hardwood floor-beams, 4 at $2 ; 9 in. 18 ft. spruce piles, 4 at $1 ; 

stone, 1 ton at $1 

Kinch, Wm. : hauling 2,625 lbs. iron, $7 ; making bolts, 795 at 2c. ; smith work, $1 ; stone, 

12 tons at $1 

Mallet, Wm. : piles, 13 at $1 ; 8 x 12 in. spruce floor-beams, 3 at $2 

Myrick, J. H. & Co. : iron, 1,733 lbs. at If a, 852 at 2c. ; spikes, 2 kegs at $2.50 ; rope, 38 

lbs. at 14c. ; hardware, $2.90 

McMicken, Jas. : 9 in. x 18 ft. spruce piles, 40 at $1 ; 20 ft. spruce poles, 80 at 50c 

Nelligan, Michael : 9 in. 18 ft. spruce piles, 19 at $1 ; 8 x 12 in. floor-beams, 4 at $2 ; 20 ft. 

spruce poles, 55 at 50c ; 15 ft. poles, 6 at 20c 

Noonan, Richard : 9 in. x 20 ft. hardwood piles, 11 at $1 ; 9 in. x 18 ft. spruce piles, 30at$l ; 

6 to 7 in. x 20 ft. spruce poles, 109 at 50c. ; 8 x 12 in. x 20 ft. floor-beams, 4 at $2 ; sundry, $4. 30 
Peters, Jelas A. : 12 x 12 hemlock, 5 tons at $4.50 ; 9 in. x 18 ft. spruce piles, 3 at $1 
.Peters, John : 9 in. x 18 ft. spruce piles, 17 at $1 ; 7 in. x 20 ft. poles, 20 at 50c. ; 12 in. x 30 

ft. ties, 4 at $1.40 

Reid, J. T. : brush, 63 loads at 40c. ; stone, 12 tons at $1 ; 6 to 7 in. x 20 ft. poles, 14 at 50c 

8 x 12 in. x 20 It. floor-beam, $2 ; merchantable hemlock deals, 1,721 ft. at $8.50; 6,260 

ft. at $9.50 



1,661 60 



183 50 

112 73 
50 62 



Sullivan, Dank : 9 in. x 20 ft. hardwood piles, 24 at $1 ; 8 x 12 in. x 20-ft. hemlock floor 
stringers, 9 at $2 . 

Stone, 294 tons at $1 ; 9 in. x 18 ft. spruce piles, 181 at $1 ; 9-in. x 20 ft. hardwood piles, 40 
at $1 ; paid as follows : Arsenault, A. $2 ; Bernard, Fid 16 \, Jas. 3, Jos. E. 2, Peter 5, 
Peter E. 3, Theo. 5| ; Cadigan, Jas., 30; Costain, Paul R 4, Wm. T. 51; Dalton, 
Lemuel, 33; Gallant, Jos., 15; Gaudet, Phil., 5; Green, Wm., 42; Lacey, Geo., 13; 
Laviolette, Jos., 37; Mokler, Rd., 7; Mvers, Frank, 19; O'Brien, Patk., 22; O'Rourke, 
Ml., 35 ; Perry, Archie 19, Felix 3, Frank 14, Hy. 7, Romanil2; Peters, Aug, 14, Peter 
F. 13 ; Ready, Nich., 5; Richard, Dom. 1|, Tennie, 24 ; Sentener, Walter, 4 ; Tremble, 
Alex. , 45£ ; Wilkinson, Albert, 3 



Total carried to page Q— 5. 



440 22 
13 26 
32 00 
10 40 


40 50 

7 40 


13 00 


35 90 
19 00 


61 45 
80 00 


55 70 


107 80 
25 50 



32 60 

120 29 
42 00 



515 00 
1,998 87 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-131 



Mink River Pier, P.E.I. : Oct. 3-Nov. 17, 1898, 



7 in 



Conductor, Neil B. Johnston, 39 days at $2 

Carpenters, days at .$1.25 : Angus E. McFadyen 34, Lauchlin McFadyen 34 

Labour, days at $1 : John Johnston 31A, Allan Morrison 26, Hugh McLean 27 

Clow, Benjamin : 7x7 spruce scantling, 571 1. ft. at lc. ; iron, 158 lbs. at 2gC. ; 80 lbs. 

i ■ -wire spikes, $2.45 ; sundries, $5.03; freight on lumber from Montague, $5.10 

Johnston, John : hardwood piles, 18 ft. long, in. at small end, 10 at $1.25 ; hire of pile 

■m i „ driver, 21 d. at 50c. ; work of horse, 21 d. at 65c 

Johnston, Wm., H tons spruce at $2 

McLeod, John, stumpage on 112 hardwood piles, averaging 18 ft. long, 9 in. at small end, 



at 25c . 



Poole & Thompson : spr. hemlock deal, 3,302 ft. at $7.50; g-in iron, 218 lbs. at 2§c ; sun 
dries, $2.27 ; truckage, $1.20 . 

Prowse & Sons : iron, 7134 lbs. at 2$c. ; cross cut saw, $2.20 ; clinch rings, 29c 

Hardwood piles, 18 ft. long, 9 in. at sm »11 end, 110 at $1 ; Allan Morrison 40, Angus E. Mc 
Fadyen 35, Lauchlin McFadyen, 35 



Total carried to page Q — 4 . 



New London, P.E.I. : Breakwater : Sept. 23-Nov. 8, Mar. 1-Apl. 26, June 9-29. 

McGuigan, Peter P. : conductor, 82 d. at $2 ; horse, 8 d. at 50c 

Cullen, T. P.: mechanic, 54 d. at $1.50 ; team, 2 d. at 50c; team, 3 d. at 75c; scow, 6 d. at 

$1, 14 trips at $1 ; 7 in. x 21 ft. spruce, 51 pes. at 25c; 7 in. x 12 ft. cross-ties, 52 at 12c; 

sundry lumber, &c, $10.56 ; brush, 18 loads at 10c; bolts and rings, $1.90 

Clarke, John C. : hard sandstone, 41h tons at 10c ; scantling, 85c 

Fennell & Chandler : iron, 1,208 lbs." at 2c; clinch rings, 59.^ lbs. at 10c; freight, 43c 

Graham, B. B., hard red sandstone, 20 tons at 10c; Graham, Jas.: brush, $4.50 ; poles, $4.50 

Simpson, D. M.: brush, 56 loads at 10c; spruce, $3.09 ; 14 tons stone, $140 

Simpson, J. Herbert : 12 in. x 15 ft. piles, 12 at 30c; sundry timber, $4.46 ; brush, 10 loads 

at 



10c. 



Labourers, 149^d. at $1.25 : carters, 78£ d. at $1.25 ; teams, 7U d. at 75c; horses, 32^ d. at 
50c; boat-hire, 18 d. at 50c : paid as follows: Andrews, Jas., $8.25; Bowlan, John 
$18 50: Clark, Arthur $12.50, J. Artie $6.50, John C. $2.50; Cosgrove, Ed., $13; 
Cullen, John, $37.12 ; Grady, Steph., $17 ; Graham, Alb. $17.50, Benj. B. $8, Jas. $17, 
John $12.50; Mahoney, Patk., $10; Moore, Rd. $7.25, Wm. $7.50; McAleer, Jos. 
$47.87; McElmeel, Peter, $5.75; Simpson, Don $19, Howard $7, Jas. C. $1.75, Robt 
$2.50 ; Tobin, Wm., $9.37 ; Trainor, John, $75.50 



Total, carried to page Q— 4 



Red Point Pier, P.E.I.: Sept. 14-Nov. 9, May Mime 30. 

Conductor, Kenneth McDonald, at $2 : Sept. 1\ d., Jan.-Apl. 10 d., May 21f d., June 13| d. 

Sub-conductor and carpenter, Wm. Ballem, 31 d. at $1.35 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Edwin Brazil 26i, Hy. Brazil 10^, John W. Jay 21f, Don. Mc- 
Donald 35'i Male McDonald ]2£, Wm^ McDonald 16$, Wm. H. McDonald 2, Alex. 
McEachern 18J, Jas. McKenna 85, Ignatius Roche 9^ 

9 labourers, 8 days or less, 51 days in all, at $1 . ... 

10 carters, 6 davs or less, 29^ days in all, at $1 . 50 

Carter, 1 d. at $2 ; horses, 10^ d. at 50c. 

Cummiskey, T. H.: 22-ft. spruce tie stringers, 10 in. at s.e., 528 ft. at 6c; pine and spruce 

fenders, 10 in. at s.e., 919 ft. at 44c 

Fennell & Chandler, spikes, 45c; Fletcher, John, 22-ft. hemlock, 10 in. at s.e., 220 ft. at 6c. . 

Jay, Geo. E., hardwood piles, 27 ft. long, 10 in. at s.e., 60 at $1.20 

Kennedy, A. & Co.: ref. iron, 1,866 lbs. at 2c; spikes, 3 kegs at $2.60 ; sundry, $4.87 

McDonald, David, guard timber, 1,939 ft. at $8 ; McDonald, Wm., 12x12 in. x 27 ft. pine 

span beam, $3 . 50 

McDonald, John : spruce and fir rails, 14 ft. long, 3-in. in diam., 400 at 3c 

McEachern, Donald, smith work, $2.27 ; McDonald, W. H., brush, 28 loads at 40c 

Poole & Lewis : hemlock timber, 42* tons at $4.70 ; 3-in. hemlock deals, 317 ft. at $7, 5.049 

ft. at $8 ; spruce deals, 1,500 ft. at $7 ; 6 x 7 spruce, 1,341 ft. at $12 ; 6 x 6-in. and 7 x 7-in. 

spruce, 84 ft. at $10, 331 ft. at $11 

Roche, Ignatius, pile-driver, 9| d. at 50c; Smith, John, truckage, $1.25 



78 00 
85 00 
84 50 


22 10 


36 65 
3 00 


28 00 


33 41 
19 44 


110 00 


500 10 



Total, carried to page Q — 4. 



St. Mary's Bay, P.E.I.: Repairing Wharf: April 4-May 16, June 7-30, 1899. 

Conductor, John G. Graham, 31 d. at $2 ; carpenter, Jas. McKenzie, 21 d. at $1.40 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Benj. Graham 9, Benj. A. Graham 15, Jas. A. Graham 25, Sidney 
Llewellin 8, Wm. McKay 9 

Carried forward . . 

1-9JQ 



168 00 



137 50 

5 00 

30 54 

11 00 

10 09 



06 



363 86 



735 05 



106 00 
41 85 



201 86 
51 00 
43 86 

7 25 

73 04 
13 65 

72 00 
49 99 

19 01 

12 00 

13 47 



274 85 
6 00 



985 83 



91 40 

82 50 

173 90 



Q-132 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



St. Mary's Bay, P.E.I. : Repairing Wli arf— Concluded. 



Brought forward. 



Carters at $1.75 : Benj. Graham 12 d., Wm. McKay 7 d 

McDonald & Westaway : iron, 325 lbs. at 2^c ; spikes, 98 lbs. at 2fc. . . 

McKay, Wm., clay, GO cubic yds. at 30c 

McKenzie, Jas.: P in. x 7 ft. piles, 14 at 20c; 4 in. x 16 ft. poles, 100 at 6c; 2 mooring-posts, 

80c ; stone. 32 tons at 25c ...... 

Poles, 4 x 6 in.: 330 of 20-ft. at 9c, 290 of 18-ft. at 8c, 320 of 14-ft. at 4c, 346 of 10-ft. at 3c, 

paid to : Jas. Graham $30, H. J. Llewellin $29.65, Jas. D. McKenzie, $16.43 

Stone, tons at 25c : Chas. Hickson 41, Shadrach Johnson 70, J. Llewellyn 71 , Peter Morrison 

86, Donald Steel 56 

Five payments under $10 : 198 ft. spruce at 4c, 71 at 6c, 12 piles at 40c, 73 lbs. iron $1.83, 

smith work $5 . 71 



Total, carried to 



Q-4. 



St. Peter's Bay Pier, P.E.I,: Reconstruction: Sept. 1-Nov. 10, 1898. 

Foreman, James L. Davidson, 54 d. at $2 

Anderson, Albert : carpenter, 24 d. at $1 . 10 ; stone, 7 yds at 50c 

Coffin, Leigh : teamster, 11 d. at $1 ; stone, 18^ yds. at 50c; brush, 4 loads at 25c 

Davison, Harry : carpenter, 3| d. at $1.10, 4 at $1 ; horse, 23| d. at 90c; stone, 16^ yds. at 

50c; brush, 4 loads at 25c; 3 pike poles, $1 ; removing pile driver from Mount Stewart 

to St. Peter's, $3.50 

Davison, Robt.: carpenter, llf d. at $1.10; horse, 15^ d. at 90c; stone, 12| yds. at 50c; 

brush, 6 loads at 25c 

Hawbolt, Wm., labour, 1 d. at $1 ; Ladner, Bismarck, carpenter, 19^ d. at $1.10 

Kennedy & Co.: 1 double and 4 single 10-in. blocks, $6.75; 1 triple 10-in. patent block, $4.82 

3 sheaves for 10-in. blocks, $1 . 20 ; f -in. manilla, 57 lbs. at 12c ; freight, 50c 

Lapierre, James, carpenter, 20£ d. at $1 . 25 

McAdam. John F., spruce logs : 26 ft. long. 9-in. top, 10 at $1 ; 20 ft. long, 6-in. top, 5 at 75c 

12 ft. long, 9-in. top, 6 at 50c 

McDonald, John: carpenter, 22$ d. at $1.10 ; spruce logs, 10 at 75c, 10 at 50 ; brush, 4 loads 

at 25c 

McEachern, John J., spruce poles : 26 ft., 11 at $1 ; 20 ft., 5 at 75c; 12 ft., 4 at 50c 

McEwen, Ham, 3-in. spruce plank, 535 ft. at $30 

McEwen, Nathan : stone, 13i yds. at 50c; 1 load brush, 25c '. 

McEwen, K. W.: iron, 1,200 lbs. at $1.90, 27| at 2c; spikes, 40 lbs. at 2^c; rope, 26 lbs. at 

12c; 2 augers, $2.75 

O'Brien, John : hardwood, 10 ton at $4.75 ; 266 bolts, headed and pointed, $3.99 ; sundries, $1.50 

P. E. Island Ry., freight on pile driver, $1.98 ; Whalen, Denis, labour, 1 d. at $1 

Trainor, Thos. , hardwood piles, 26 ft. long, 9 in. at top, 14 at $1 



Total carried to page Q — 4. 



Souris, Knight's Pt., P. E. I. : Strengthening Breakwater. 

Queen's Printer's account, $6 . 71 ; advertising, $16 .40 

Brennan & Ramsay, progress estimate No. 3 to June 30, 1899 ; contract for $8,900, two-third 

completed, $5,340 ; less drawback, $540 

McEacl.ern, Geo. B., inspector at $2 : Sept., 5 d.; Oct., 26 d.; Nov. 1-4, 4 d.; Mar. 9-31, 20 d.; 

April, 25 d.; May, 27 d.; June, 23 d 



Total carried to page Q— 4 



Summerside, P. E. I. 



Harbour. 



Advertising. 



Tignish : Repairs to Breakwater, and Extension. 



Christopher, Jas., inspector of works, July 1-Nov. 21, 1898, 122 week days at $2 

Myrick, J. H. & Co. : contract for extension, $6,770 ; less paid in 1897-98 (page Q— 124), $1,980 



Total carried to page Q — 4. 



West Point Wharf, P. E. I. 

McDonald & Moffatt : contract for wharf, $9,500 ; less paid in 1897-8 (page Q— 124), $3,420 
Auld, John, inspector : July 1-Sept. 30, Oct. 29, Oct. 31-Nov. 10, 89 week days at $2 



Total carried to page Q — 4. 



$ cts. 

173 90 

33 25 
10 82 
18 00 

17 60 

76 08 

81 00 

24 52 

435 17 



108 00 
29 90 
21 25 



43 11 

34 62 

22 45 

20 11 
25 31 

16 75 

38 52 

16 75 

16 05 

7 00 

30 23 

52 99 

2 98 

14 00 



500 02 

23 11 

4,800 00 

260 00 



5,083 11 



39 42 



244 00 
4,790 00 



5,034 00 



6,080 00 
178 00 



6,258 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-153 



Repairs to Piers and Breakwaters : P.E.I. Generally. 

Clifton : Repairs to Wharf : May 8- June 16, 1899 ($353.11). 

Conductor, David Cole, 30 days at $2 

Carpenters, days at §1.50 : Sainl. Dunning, 18 ; David P. Whitehead, 26.^ 

Labourers, days at SI. 25 : John Carr, ll£ ; J. Currie, h, '■> John Dunning, 6; Cam. McGregor, 

G ; Chas. Somers, 5 

Man and horse, days at .$1.50 : Silas Dunning, 2 ; Cam. McGregor, 3A ; Chas. McGregor, 4 ; 

David McGregor; 7i ; Chas. Somers, 3 ; Chas. Warren, 5 ; John Whitehead, 5 

Brace. McKay & Co. : fin. rd. iron, 1,000 lbs. at 2c. ; 2 augers, $1 .50 

Campbell, Archd.: sqd. spruce, 520 1. ft. of 10 x 10-in. at lie, 400 1. ft. of 7 x 7-in. at 4c; 10- 

in. x 20 ft. cross ties, 20 at $1 ; 10-in. x 10 to 15 ft. spruce fenders, 398 1. ft. at 5c 

McKay, Hugh, privilege of cutting brush on half acre 

Hauling, $2 . 50 ; smith work, $1 ; spikes, 20c. ; plank, 80c 



$ cts . 



Georgetown: Repg. Queen's Pier, May 17- June 19, 1899 ($399.98). 

Foreman, Alex. Renton, 28 days at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1 . 40 : Wm. W. Lavers, 23i : Geo. A. Parker, 23£ 

Labour, days at $1 : Saml. Bell, 4 ; Maurice Donovan, 18 ; Alex. McConnell, 8£ ; John 

Westaway, 23 

Lowers, R., stone, 12| tons at 30c. ; Ross, Peter, smith work, $1 . 50 

McDonald, John C. : "stone, 15 toise at 30c. ; clay, 7 c. y. at 30c; sundries, 85c 

McDonald & Westaway =5x5 spruce, 400 1. ft. at 2|c; 3-in. spruce, 1,099 ft. at $10 ; 2 and 

3-in. hemlock, 1,867 ft. at $8; iron, 1,015 lbs. at 2^c; use of block, pully and chain, 

$4.75; sundry, $10.17 . 

Poole & Thompson : 12 x 12 hemlock, 15f tons at $5 ; 9-in. x 20 ft. spruce cross-ties, 40 at $1 ; 

7x7 spruce guard fender, 430 1. ft. at 4c 

Haggartxfs Wharf, P.E.I. : Sept. 12 to 28, 1898 ($134.10). 

Conductor, Patk. O'Hare : self, 14 d. at $2 ; horse and cart, 7 d. at $1 

Labourers, days at $1 .25 ; Jas. Dalton, 3 ; P. R. Duffy, 3 ; Ptk. Kelly, ; Peter McCabe, 7 ; 

Alex. McConnell, 1 . 

Stone, cubic yds. at 45c. : Ed. Birt, 15^ ; Jas. Dalton, 10 ; John Duffy, 14^f ; Robt. Duffy, 12§ ; 

Jas. Kelly, 28 : Jas. McCabe, 14§ ; Alex. McConnell, 14; Ptk. McKenna, 2; Steph. 

O'Hare, 21^ ; John Power, 13^ ; John Stewart, 18§ 



Lewis Point Pier ($00). 



Serimgeour, John G., services as foreman on repairs to 
1897, 30 d. at $2 (deducted in 1897-98, page Q— 122) . 



Lewis Pt. pier, Oct. 16 to Nov. 20, 



North Rustico, P.E.I.: Robinson's Island ($182.55). 

Services and supplies in March, 1899— 

Warren, Arch., receiving and measuring materials, 5 d. in March at $1.50 

Hardwood stakes at 2c: Wm. Moffatt, 500 ; W. W. Robinson, 700 

Brush, loads at 45c: Felix Buote, 30 ; Nectaire Peters, 24 ; N. L. Robinson, 30; W. W. 

Robinson, 30 ; Edwd. Woolner, 28 

Pay-list, June 13 to 26, 1899— 

Conductor, Arch. Warren, 5 d. at $1.50 ; horse, Saml. Nelson, Sh d. at 75c 

Labourers, days at $1.25 ; Saml. Clarke, 7 ; Arch. Gallant, 8| ; Oliver Lepage, 5 ; Saml. 
Nelson, 11^ 

Clarke, Saml. , wire, 58 lbs. at 3^c. ... 

Robinson, W. W. : brush, 50 loads at 65c ; stakes, 200 at l£c 

Tignish {$1,700). 

Mvrick, J. H. & Co., construction of beach -protection works on south side of Tignish Run, 
850 lin. at $2 

Vernon River Pier, P. E. I.: April 1-21, 1899 {$146.83). 

Foreman, Allan Mclnnis, 11 d. at $2 ; labourer, Gus. Crann, 1 d. at $1 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Phil. Matheson, 1 ; Donald McLeod, 5 ; Donald Nicholson, 3^ 

Carpenters : Wm. Huntley, 6 d. at $1.40 ; Hy. Mclnnis, 9 d. at $1.30 ." 

Forbes, Geo. : spikes, 100 lbs. at $2.90, 57 at $3 ; sundry, $2.45 

Mclnnis. D. A.: 9 x 10-in. x 18-ft. sided timber, 28 pes. at $1.20; 9-in. x 18-ft. rd. timber, 

24 pes. at 90c; 9-in. x 22-ft. rd. timber, 6 pes. at $1.10 ; sq. timber, 2 tons at $4 

McRae, Bros.: 3-in. deals, 1 M. at $8 ; Nicholson, John, 6-in. scantling, 200-ft., $7 

Carried forward 



60 00 
66 75 


36 26 


45 00 
21 50 


113 10 
6 00 
4 50 


56 00 
65 45 


53 25 
5 25 

7 45 


76 63 


135 95 


35 00 


25 00 



74 10 



60 00 



7 50 
24 00 

63 90 

10 13 

39 99 

2 03 

35 00 



1,700 00 



23 00 


11 87 


20 10 


7 06 


69 80 


15 00 



2,976 57 



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63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Repairs to Piers and Breakwaters, P. E. I. Generally — Concluded. 
Brought forward .... 



General Expenses. 

Detailed under " Engineers, Maritime Provinces, salaries and expenses " (Page Q — 145) 

Bell Co. of P. E. I., telephone in engineer Hegan's office, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 ... 

Detailed under " Minister and Engineer's travel in Maritime Provinces, 1898 " (Page Q — 145) 

Total, carried to page Q— 4 



Black River: St. John Co., N.B.: Repg Wharf, May 17-June 3, June 19-29. 

Foreman, Robt. McLeod, 26£ d. at $2 ; less $1.28 over expenditure 

Carpenters at $1.50 : P. Broghill, 5f d.; Thos. Grant, 25^ d.; Danl. Johnston, 24^ d 

Hole-borer, Hugh McNeil, 19£ d. at $1.50 ; teamster, Wilson Langbery, 4| d. at $3.' 

Labourers : Fred. McLeod, 15£ d. at $1.25 ; John McNeil, 14£ d. at 80c 

Burpee, I. & E. Pv.: ref. iron, 3,051 lbs. at lfc; keg 9-in. wrought spikes, $3 

Carson, Robt., hardware, $3.60 ; Langbery, Jas., coal, 3 brls. at 80c, 

Langbery, Wilson : 12 x 12 spruce, 13,436 ft. at $12 ; 3-in. deals, 369 ft. at $9 

McAvity & Sons., augers, 2 at $1.40, 1 at 60c. 

McLeod, Robt.: horse and wagon, Id., $3 ; use of tools, May 17-June 30, $9 

Total, carried to page Q— 4 . . . 

Buctouche, N.R.: Repairs to Wharf. 

Pay-list, Feb. 11 to 24, 1899— 

Foreman, Jas. Barnes, 5 d. at $2 ; sub-conductor, Hillaire Gallant, 11 d. at $2 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : J. Bellisle, 5 ; J. Brean, 4f ; O. V. White, 7 ; P. V. White, 2£ 

Labour, J. Mooney, If d. at $1 ; man and horse, F. J. Cormier, 2^ d. at $2 

McFadden, Jos., at $2 : hauling timber, 1 d., work on pile driver, 2^ d 

Burpee, I. & E. R., June 27-30, 1899: 423 machine-bolts, 1,827 lbs. at 3fc.; 729 plate washers, 

587 lbs. at 3|c; 8 kegs, fin. spikes, 1,400 lbs. at 3fc.; 38 drift bolts, 155 lbs. at 3c 

Campbell, John : 2 long spruce trees for pile driver shears, $5 ; 3 sticks for same, $3 

Gallant, Hilaire, hauling hammer, blocks and rope from Kingston, 1,800 lbs. at 20c 

Hutchinson, Jas . L., hire of blocks and rope, 2 d. at 50c 

Irving, Geo. E.: \ d. pay as foreman, deducted in error, July, 1895, $1.25; storage of tools, 

1894 to 1898, $18 ' 

Irving, J. D., Buctouche ($740.10)— 

Feb.: test-piles, 6 at $4 ; rope, 43| lbs. at 14c; hardware, $6.02 

Mar.: 322 lin. ft. piles, 68 piles at $4 

June: spruce walings, stringers, &c, 20,961 ft. at $12; covering and chocks, 17,190 ft. 

at $10.50 

Walker, John : 12-in. screwbolts, 20 at 12c; smith work, $5.85 . 

Total carried to page Q — 4 



Burnt Church, N. B. : Wharf. 



Queen's Printer's account, $26.87 ; advertising, $132.42. 



Campbellton, N. B. : Repairing Ballast Wharf, Jane, 1899. 

Conductor, W. G. McBeath, at $2 : June, 26 d. ; procuring, measuring, receiving and seem- 
ing materials, Jan. 4 d., Feb. 3 d., Apl. 3d 

Labourers, June 9, at $1.25 : Arch. Gerrard, 1 d. ; Randolph McBeath, Id 

Alexander, A. E., Campbellton ($454.87)— 

June 26 : 12 x 12 timber, 15 to 21 ft. long, 17,628 ft. at $13 ; 4 x 7-in. x 9 ft., 19,000 ft 

at $10.50 

June 28 : 2 X cut saws, $7 ; 6 axes, hdld., $5.10; 4 peavies, $6 ; hardware, $8.11 

Burpee, I.; & E. R., June 28-30 : 1-in. rd. iron, 1,269 lbs. at 2c. ; 11 kegs § x 12 wrot. spikes 
1,812 lbs. at 3ic ; 1-in. drift bolts, 618 of 22-in., 282 of 24-in., 4,578 lbs. at 2|c 

Kelly, Jas. E. : 16" boom staples, $2 ; 10 lbs. chain, 80c 

McDonald, Jas., June 9, 10-in. spruce piling : 114 pes., 36 ft. long, 4,104 ft. at 6c ; 24 pes. 
41 ft. long, 984 ft. at 7c 

Total carried to page Q — 4 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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Cape Torinentiiie, N. B. : Oct. il-.Bau. 31, Apl. 1-30, May 23-June 30. 

Conductor, J. Smith McGlashing, 127^ days at $2 ; carpenter, Humphrey Allen, 7 J d. at $2 



Carpenters at $1.50 : Joshua Chappell, 11J d. ; Jas. T. Lane, 5 d 
Carpenters at §1.25 : Jas. Trenholm, 8| d. ; Geo. Weeks, 10| d . . 






Engineers at $2 : Ralph McGlashing, 1 d. ; Thos. Smith, 11 d 

Blacksmiths at $2 : Raglan Allan, 3 d. ; Mathias Treen, 25| d 

Teamster, Geo. Gallant, 3J d. at 81.30, h d. at $1.50 

Painter, Henry Soby, 1 d. at $2 ; labourer, Gilbert Gallant, 7 d. at $1 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : C. F. Allen, 25 ; Hatlon Allen, 12^ ; Mathias Allen, 30^ ; Oakley 
Allen, 19£; Percy Allen, 24£ ; T. Babineau, £ ; J. R. Barry, 7; Simon Belliveau, 9; 
Geo. Briggs, 6; J. Chappelh" 5f^ ; Eph. Leger, 1; Dan McDonald, 21£ ; Hayslip Mc- 
Glashing, 7h ; Rodk. McNeil, 6V ; Harvey Oulton, 7 ; Chas. Seamens, 5 ; Arthur Sher- 
wood, 15| ; "Edwin Spence, 28£~ ; Win. Thomas, ll'i ; John Wall, 6 ; Geo. Weeks, 5£ ; 
Edson Wells, 7 

Labourers, Nov. -Jan., days at $1.10 : Harlon Allen, c l\ ; J. R. Barry, l l\\ ; Geo. Briggs, 25 ; 
Joe Dobson, \\ Archie McDonald, 9i; Rodk. McNeil, 9; Harvey Oulton, 2| ; Chas. 
Seamens. 6i ; Wm, Thomas, 15j ; Nelson Tucker, 15| ; John Wall, 10r, 

Allen, Eph. T., smith work, $41.75 ; Allen, Raglan, smithwork, $3.02 

Briggs, Harmon, hardwood, 9-in. x 7 to 19-in., at $16 : 12 ft. long, 2,907 ft., b. m. ; 25 ft. 
long, 556 ft., b, m ... 

Chignecto Marine Ry. : time of travelling crane, 15 d. at $2 ; expenses, $3.70 

McGlashing, Eloie : iron, 7,259 lbs. at $1.85 ; portable forge, $14 ; hardware, $52.22 

McGlashing, J. S., sundry outlay, $21.75 ; McGlashing, R. L., lumber, &c, $13.99 

N. B. & P. E. I. Ry. : use of pile driver, 16 d. at $2.50; freight, $13.50 ; moving crane from 
Pt. Elgin and return, $20 ; coal, 3 tons at $3.50 ; timber, $3.20 ; oil, $1 

Rayworth, Fred : sq. piling, 10,612 ft. at $16 ; 13-ft. hardwood sheathing, 7,506 ft. at $16 ; 
12 x 12-in. x 21-ft. hardwood sheathing, 4,032 ft. at $16 ; sundry timber, $L5.75 ; less, 
labour $46.45, freight $13.50 

Read, H. C, stone, 1,316 85 cubic yards at $2.35 ' 

Rhodes, Curry & Co., matched spruce flooring, 350 ft. at $12.50 



Total carried to page Q — 4. 



Caraquet N.B. : Repairs to Wliarf, Mar. 

Foreman, S. P. Landry, Mar. 1-4, April 1, 11-29, May 1-18, 27 : 
Carpenter, Philip Landry, 27-| d. at $1.50 



■May, 1899. 

39 d at $2.,. 



Labourers, days at $1.25 : Geo. Chenard, 11^ ; Jos. L. Landry, 32 ; Alex. Paulin, 32; Uld. 
Porier, 8h 

With team, Michel Cormier, 3 d. at $1 . 50 

Burpee, I. & E. R. : g x 12-in. spikes, 1,330 lbs. at 3^c. ; 1-in. drift-bolts, 1,500 lbs. at 2|c. . . . 

Landry, Dominique : spruce covering, 2,025 ft. at $10 ; 10 x 10-in. x 27 ft. birch fender piles, 
9at$l 

Landry, Nicolas : 12 x 12-in. x 21-ft. spruce stringers, 25 at $1.25 ; 10 x 10-in. x 27-ft. birch 
fender piles, 10 at $1.10 ; sundry, $6.60 

Landry, Wm. : 10 x 10-in. x 27-ft. birch fender piles, 20 at $1.10 ; 21-ft. spruce stringers, 5 at 
$1 .25 ; spruce covering, 1,669 ft. at $10 

Spruce covering, ft. at $10 : Agapit Blanchard, 1,518; H. M. Dugas, 2,561; Bruneau Lan- 
dry, 1,291 

Four items under $2.50 : hardware, $2.10; scow-hire, $2; ropes and pulleys, $1.50; postage 
and telegrams, $1 

Total, carried to page Q — 4 

Clifton, N.B. : Repairs to Breakwater, Nov. 1-Dec. 12, June. 

Foreman, Henry Scott, 39^ d. at $2 ; less 15c. unauthorized 

Carpenters: J. J. Foley, 22£ d. at $1.£0 ; Nich. Good, 8| d. at $1.50 ; Wm. Sargent, 30 d. 

at $1 .25 

Carpenter and blacksmith, Elzear Landry, 19| d. at $1 . 25 

Eleven labourers, 75i d. in all at $1 ; trucking and carting, 19f d. at $1 .50 

Burpee, I. & E. R. : refd. iron, 1,714 lbs. at $1.70, 600 at $1.75 100 clinch rings, 14 lbs. at 12c. ; 

cutting iron to length, 19c 

Chamberlain, John : spruce for crosstie, 25 pes. at 70c. ; sundry lumber, $5.90 

Chapman & O'Brien : 6 in. spruce covering, 10 to 22 ft. in length, 10,97^ ft, at $10 

Parrott, Richard, hardwood at $4 a ton, $19.20 ; Smith, John B., lumber, $7.10 

Scott, Percy, 9 x 9-in. x 12-ft. birch, 16 pes. at 50c 



Total, carried to page Q — 4 

Cocagne, N.B. : Mar. 6-Junc 30, 1899. 



Foreman, Jas. Barnes. 41 d. at $2 

Master carpenter, Hilaire Gallant, 81jp d. at $2. 

Carried forward 



$ ct^. 

270 00 
25 13 

23 75 

24 00 
56 50 

5 30 
9 00 



323 



129 81 
44 7 


55 40 
33 70 

200 52 

35 74 



88 20 



310 03 

3,094 60 

4 38 

4,738 63 



78 00 
41 25 


104 99 
4 50 

87 80 


29 25 


48 85 


44 94 


53 70 


6 60 


499 88 



: 8 35 



83 24 

24 38 

105 12 


41 51 

23 40 

109 70 

26 30 

8 00 


500 00 


82 00 
163 50 



!45 50 






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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Cocagne, I\.B. — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Carpenters, 'days at $1.50: F. M. Bastrash, 24^: F. P. Bastrash, 1SJ ; Jos. Brean, 18£; 
Male. Cormea, 2; John Coughlin, 16^; Phil. Goguen, 28§; Geo. Hunter, 12f ; Thos. 
Scott, 1G| 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Jos. Bellisle, 20f ; Jos. Braden, 26; Jos. Brean, 30f ; Laurent Bour- 
geois, 18£ ; Fidele Hachey, 54^ ; Sifroi King, 194. ; Phil. LeBlanc, 71£ ; Leon R. Poirier, 
11 ; Sifroi Roy, I8i 

Man and double team, S. L. Wilbur, 56^ d. at $3. . , 

Barnes, Jas. : fare, Fredericton to Buctouche, April, $8.51 ; hotel, &c., $2.76 

Bilodeau, M., c. c. saw, $1.75 ; Bourgeois, Hyp., stone, 43 cub. yds. at 50c 

Bourgeois, Simeon, smith work, $8.76 ; Cormier, Fred., hauling, &c, $4.75 

Burpee, I. & E. R. : 960 machine bolts and 1,920 plate washers, 7,288 lbs. at 3|c. ; k, x 9 wrot. 
spikes, 12 kegs at $3 ; ref. iron, 510 lbs. at 2£c. ; ref. iron straps, drilled, 1,562 lbs. at 3|c; 
f x 5 bolts, headed, 484 lbs. at 3^c , , 

Dysart, Albert J. : spruce 47-ft. piles, 30 at $5; ballast poles, 4,110 ft. at 2£c. ; 12 x 12 hem 
lock, 13B tons at $4 ; teaming, &c, $20.75 

Hutchinson, Jos. L. : hire of blocks and rope, 12 d. at 50c. ; rope, 43 lbs at 14c 

Irving, J. D. : 6 x 10-in. to 12 x 12-in. spruce scantling, 8 to 26 ft. long, 7,519 ft. at $12 ; 
hardwood scantling, 2,106 ft. at $14; 82 lbs. rope, $10.18; 3 peavies, $4.05; hardware, 
$9.31 

Johnston, Wm., surveying timber, $5.78 ; LeBlanc, Phil., tar -boiler, $1.50 

Lockhart, L. B. D., pine, 8 x 10-in. to 10 x 10-in., 8 to 26 ft. long, 45,545 ft. at $13 

McAvity, T. & Sons : ship augers, 1 at $3, 4 at $2.75 ; coal-tar, 2 brls. at $4.50 ; pitch, 2 brls. 
at $2.50; hardware, $6.75; freight, $3.26 

McFadden, Jos., hauling, &c, $6 ; Walker, J. C, trip for pile-driver, $5 

Richard, L'Amable: hardwood piling, 13,940 ft. at $14; 29 to 33-ft. sticks. 10 to 12-in. top, 
19,206 ft. at $12 ; 8 x 10-in. x 25-ft., 4,000 ft. at $14 

Total, carried to page Q — 4. , 

Mispec Breakwater: Dec. 28, >98-Apl. 10, '99. 

Foreman, F. P. Green, 57 days at $2, less over expenditure of $3.06 

Carpenters, days at $1.75: Albert Adams, 23; Geo. Duffley, 12; Barnard McGown, 23; 

Ken. McKenzie, 37 ; John Scott, 26 

Barker, Sterling H., birch, 15^ tons at $7.50 

Campbell, Walter B. : horse-hire, 5 d. at $4 ; cartage of rigging, tools, &c, $2.50 

De Bow, C. E. : screw bolts and washers, 1,422 lbs. at 3^0.; spike bolts, 3,582 lbs. at 2|c; 

cartage of bolts, $7 

Green, F. P.: meals for self, man and horse, $10.25 ; hire of tools, March 3-Apl. 7, 31 d. at 

50c; smithwork, $2.50 , 

Kirpatrick, Wm. J., hauling from city : timber, 24 tons at $2 ; bolts, 2 loads at $3 

Madill, W. J., 15 x 15-in. birch timber, 12-24 ft. long, 8| tons at $7.50 ■ 

McAvity, T. & Sons : 5^ ft. peavies, 4 at $1.25 ; rope, 48 lbs. at 10c; sundries, $12.80 

McGowan, B. : horse-hire and cartage, 7 trips at $2.50 

3 payments under $11 : cartage of bolts, tools, &c, 2 loads at $3, 1 at $2 ; spruce boards, 770 

ft. at lc. ; sundry lumber, $2.94 



Total carried to page Q — 4 . 



Ricliibucto : Breakwater, North Beach, March 1-Juiie 30, 1899. 



Foreman, Allan Hains : 93 days at $2.50 ; outlay, $5.89 

Carpenters, days at $1.50: Jas. Amiraux, 81 ; Lemuel Amiraux, 40; Jude Finigan, 39; John 
Fitzpatrick, 86 ; Jerry Gould, 71 ; Fredk. Hains, 78 ; John Long, 13 ; Robt, McKinnon 
10 ; Antoine O'Brien, 25 ; Bonar Palmer, 34| ; Jos. F. Richard, 25 



Labourers, days at $1.25 : Simon Babinault, 71 ; Alex. Barnett, 8k ; John Barnett, 68 
Fred. O. Bobane, 8 ; Calixte Boucher, 29 ; Frank A. Bruce, 20^"; Ernest Farrell, 45^ 
Geo. Finigan, 82; Jude Finigan, 15; Michael Fitzpatrick, 8 ; Wm. Long, 78; Jas 
Murray, 88 ; Arcade Myers, 12; Fred. McNeil, 65k; Antoine O'Brien, 9; Arthur O'Leary 
25 ; Bonar Palmer, 24 ; Wm. Rhodes, 19 ; Fredk. Richard, 78^ ; John D. Richard, 39 
Jos. F. Richard, 57k ; John Robertson, 36 ; Albert Robichaud, 25k ; John Shaddick, 69i 
Jos. Tebedo, 79 ; Placide Tebedo, 7 ; Wm. Thompson, 79 

Team of horses, G. W. Robertson, 78 days at $3 . . . . . . . 

Burpee, I. & E. R.: 1,941 machine bolts, and 4,064 plate washers, 14,294 lbs. at 3^c; 2 kegs 
plate washers, 335 lbs. at S^c; 370 drift-bolts, 994 lbs. at 2^c; g x 12-in. wrot spikes, 11 
kegs, 1,300 lbs. at $3.75 

Jardine, J. & T. ($1,877.20)— 

Hemlock : timber, 59,243 ft. at $7 ; deals, 1,871 ft. at $5.50 ; boards, 7,124 ft. at $6. . . 

Spruce ; timber, 55,183 ft. at $10.50 ; deals, 4,727 ft. at $8 ; sundry, $5.42 

Spruce building knees, 75 at $2.50 ; hardwood deals, 562 ft. at $10 



Carried forward . . . 



$ cts. 
245 50 

206 61 



337 44 

168 75 

11 27 

23 25 

13 51 



370 27 



327 80 
12 02 


143 25 

7 28 
592 08 


38 01 
11 00 


481 63 


2,989 67 



110 94 

211 75 

116 25 

22 50 

133 82 

28 25 
54 00 
63 75 
22 60 

17 50 

18 64 



800 00 



238 39 
753 75 



1,434 31 
234 00 



586 47 

467 73 

622 65 
193 12 



4,530 42 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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KicliibiM to : Breakwater, North Beach— Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Jardine, J. & T.— Con. 

Spruce piles : 42 of 25 ft., 1,050 ft. at 3£c; 180 of 22 ft., 3,900 ft. at 6c; 25 of 20 ft., 500 ft 
at 3£c 

Hardwood piles at 5£c. alin. ft.: 15 of 25 ft. ; 96 of 22 ft. ; 17 of 15 ft 

Birch piles at 5ic. a lin. ft.: 47 of 25 ft.; 18 of 23 ft. ; 4 of 15 ft. . 

Manilla rope, 98 lbs. at 15c. ; sundry hardware, $45.64 

McAvity & Sons : Am. pitch, 7 brls. at $2.50 ; Am. tar, 4 brls. at $2.50 ; coal tar, 3 brls. at 

*4.50 ; man. rope, 117 lbs. at 10c, 39^ tarred at lOic; galv. steel wire, 400 lbs. at 3ic, 

162 lbs. at 4c; 10-in. blocks, 1 treble at $10.50, 2 double at $5.30; 12 sheaves, $17.19 ; 

sundry hardware, $13.73 ; freight, $10.80 

O'Brien, J. M., smithwork, $24.10 ; O'Brien, Robt., 4 blocks and freight, $10.25 

Robertson, G. W. ($1,568.26)— 

Stone, 1,282 cubic yds. at $1 ; brush, 1 iob at $20, 1 at $25 

Birch fagots : 220 at 10c, 952 at 13c; 13 loads at $1.50 

Small fagots, 50 at 7c; spruce stakes, 100 at 3c; spruce bushes, 100 at 8c 

Carting : lumber, 14 loads at $1.50 ; sundry, $40.50 

Total carried to page Q— 4 

River St. John, including' Tributaries. 

Grand Lake and Jemscy : Survey of Channel, Feb. 21 to Mar. 10 ($137.26). 

Civil engineer, J. Kimball Scammell : 17 d. at $3 ; travel, &c, $27.01 . . 

Rodman, M. K. Titus, 12 d. at $1.50 ; chainman, C. G. Col well, 11 d. at $1 .25 

Picketmen at $1.25 : H. W. Colwell 11 d., H. W. Titus 11 d 

Salmon River : Chipman, Mar. 11 to May 23 ($351.52). 

Civil engineer, J. Kimball Scammell : 57i d. at $3 ; travel, &c, $64.23 

Rodmen at $1 . 50 : Jas. Brogan, 24J d. ; J. Alex. Brogan, "h d 

Chainmen at $1 . 25 : Eben Morrison, 15^ d. ; Wm. Wallace," 20^ d 

Picketmen at $1 . 25 : Wm. J. Curley, 13^ d. ; Alex. McAlister, 2d , 

Picketman at 60c, Geo. Brogan, 4 d 

Tobigue River : Services of 1897-8 ($28.50). 

Hutchinson, Ezekiel, to raise pay from $2 to $2.50 a day : Aug. -Sept., 1897, 30 d.; Oct. -Nov, 
8 d.; June, 1898, 19 d. (see 1897-8, page Q— 126) 

Tobique River : July 1 to Sept. 7, 1898 ($548.70). 

Foreman, Ezekiel Hutchinson : 

Services, 42 d. at $2.50 ; travel, $2.45 

Waiting orders to go to work, July 12-30, 1898, 17 d. at $2 

Taking care of plant, 1897 

Teamsters, days at $3 : Ed. Armstrong, 21; Fred Campbell, 15; Levi Campbell, 15; L. Giber 
son, 10 ; L. Grant, 6 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Campbell, Arch., 16; Herm., 27; Walter, 14 ; Craig, Hy., 30; Giber- 
son, Ad. 10; Bruce 6 ; McTnnis, Wm., 6 ; Torrance, Robt., 14 

Labourer, C. McQuame, 21 d. at $1 .50 ; boat, Jas. McNair, 30 d. at 50c 

Miller, Wm. H., taking care of plant, June 29 to Aug. 7, 1898 



Total carried to page Q — 4. 



Shippegan, N.B. : Extension and Repairs, July 1 to Jan. 22, 1899. 

Conductor, Wm. Byrd : services, 199i d. at $3 ; postage $6.50 ; telegrams $6.31 ; freight $7.93 ; 
mucilage 50c ; meals and horse-feed 75c ; cost of arrest of man $8. (Note : for Mr. Byrd's 
board, see U. C. Trudel's account) 

Arsenault, John C, smithwork, $"30.58 ; Blan chard, Ed., labour, 12| d. at $1.15 

Blanchard, Naz., labour, 18 d. at $1.25 ; Blanchard, Xavier, carter, 13f d. at $1 .50 

Blanchard, Pr. O. : stone, 55 yds. at $1 ; 325 ft. boards $3.25 ; 10 pes. scantling $1 

Burbidge, Ed., labour, 17 d. at $1.25, 6 at $1.15 ; Chaisson, Jas., labour, 7 d. at $1 

Burpee, I. & E. R.: 125 drift bolts, 1-in. x20-in., 535 lbs. at $2.40; 864 wrt. spikes, §-in. xl2-| 
in., 1,177 lbs. at $3 . 25 

Cowan, Hugh: stone, 60yds. at $1; 10x12 spruce, 6,920 ft. at $10, 8,439 at $8.50; spruce 
plank, 864 ft. at $10 ; hoops, 3,500 at 2c; cartage on hoops $7 ; rafting timber $7 ; un- 
loading 2 cars $6 I 

DeGrace, Allen, carpenter, 24hd. at $1.75, 85|d. at $1.50; Delagarde, J., carp., 67 d. at $1.50 

Carried forward ! 



$ cts. 
4,530 42 



291 85 

150 82 

90 <;«> 

60 34 



140 15 
34 35 

1,327 00 
165 26 

14 50 
61 50 



6,866 88 



78 01 
31 75 
27 50 


236 73 

48 00 

45 01 

19 38 

2 40 



28 50 



107 45 

34 00 

5 00 

201 00 

153 75 

46 50 

1 00 



1,065 98 



628 49 
45 25 
43 13 
59 25 
35 15 

51 09 



299 57 

272 01 



1,433 94 



Q-138 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Shippegan, N. ki.. Extension and Repairs — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Duguay, W. P., labour, 23| d. at $1.15, 11 at $1 ; Fruing, Wm, 90-lb. anchor $5.40 ; roll dry 

roofing paper 70c 

Dumaresq, F. H.: ferriage $18.90 ; bread, 50 loaves at 8c; milk, 79^ qts. at 8c 

Duniaresq, Xavier : carter, 20| d. at $1.50 ; labour, 88£ d. at $1 . 15, 12 at $1 

Gallant, Alphonse, carpenter, 99£ d. at $1.50 ; Hebert, Gerv., labour, 18 d. at $1.25 

Gallant, J. P. : labour, 17^ d. at $1.25 ; stone, 95 yds. at $1 

Hebert, Peter : carpenter, 9 days at $1.50 ; labour, 49f d. at $1.15 

Landry, Arcade : under-foreraan, Sept. -Nov., 47 d. at $2 ; use of plant, 4 m. to Oct. 31, $48 ; 

15 piles, 26 to 30 ft., 1,500 ft. at $10 

Loggie, W. S. Co.: birch timber, 3,500 ft. at $16; rope, 60 lbs. of tarred, 50 lbs. of manilla, at 

13c; sundries $16.77 ; rafting timber $10 

Mallet, Jos. J., labour, 24 d. at $1.25, 4^ at $1.15 ; McAvity, T. & Sons, hardware, &c, $46.39 

McNally, P. J.: rent of boat, July 4-Oct. 31, $5 ; poles, 8| to 12h ft. long, 4,000 at lie 

Noel, Lange : carter, 8^ d. at $1 .50 ; brush, 1 job of 12,000 ft. $20 

Noel, Ozias, labour, 4 d. at $1 

Poirier, Felix : pile-driver with team, 29^ d. at $3 ; carter, 35 d. at $1.50 ; driving Mr. Byrd, 

99 d. at $1 ; rafting timber $6 ; 306 poles at lie. ; cartage, &c, $5.25 

Rankin, Wm., provisions $41.04 ; Robichaud, Andrew, cartage, $3 

Robichaud, Aug., carter, 3d. at $1.50; Robichaud, Jean L., labour, 38 d. at $1.25, 24 at $1.15 
Robichaud, John A., labour, 24 d. at $1.25, 13^ at $1.15; Robichaud, J. F., labour, 37 d. at 

$1 15 
Robichaud, Jos. L. : stone, 135 yds. at'$l ; brush^ If jobs of 12,000 ft. at $20. .......... \\ . . . 

Robichaud, Leon D. : 250 poles 

Robichaud, Peter G., labour, 24 d. at $1.25 ; Robichaud, Philip, labour, 18 d. at $1.25 

Robichaud, Thos., carter, 1244. d. at $1.50 ; Roussel, Peter, labourer, 18 d. at $1.25 

Sewell, B., labourer, 23 d. at $1.25, 5i at $1.15; Trudel, P., carpenter, 50^ d. at $1.50; 

carter, 2 d. at $1.50 

Trudel, U. C. ($479.33)— 

Under-foreman. July, 26 d. at $2 ; carpenter, HOi d. at $1.50 

Boarding Mr. Byrd : July, 10 d.; Aug., 8 d.; Sept., 7 d.; Nov., 30 d.; Dec, 31 d.; Jan., 
21 d.; in all 107 d. at 81c; Oct., $25 

Provisions, $11 .66 ; help for cooking and for Mr. Byrd's house, $21.25. 

Piles, 28 to 30 ft. long, 15 at $1 ; 3* in. pickets, 7 to 9 ft. long, 650 at 2ic 

Poles : 2-in., 8 to 12 ft. long, 3,000 at l£c.; 3|-in., 8| to 16| ft. long, 50"at 5c; 4-in., 8 ft. 
long, 75 at 3c ; 5-in. , 20 ft long, 10 at 20c , 

Stone, 28 yds. at $1 ; repairs to boat, $6 

Labourers, days at 50c : Fidel Duguay, 14^ ; Alex. Mallet, 19^ ; Aug. Mallet, 20 ; Levi 

Mallet, 25i ; Geo. Russel, 18 ; Henry J. Russell, 17^ ; Henry P. Russell, 2 

Brush at $20 for job of 12,000 ft.: Philias Mallet, $7.50 ; Peter A. Robichaud, $20 ; Fabien 

Roussel, $9 

Stone, cub. yds. at $1 : Elie Chaisson, 45i ; Tranquil Duguay, 10 ; A. F. Morrison, 127 ; P. 

J. Venoit, 129 



Less — Charged to vote for harbours and rivers, Maritime Provinces Generally (page Q — 144) 

Bill of Foreman Wm. Byrd, dated July 12, 1899. 

Byrd, Wm. : services as foreman in charge of works, Jan. 1-7, Jan. 23-July 12, 1899, 178 d. 
at $1.50, $267; board paid to U. C. Trudel, Jan. 22- July 12, 172 d. at 81c, $139.32; 
total, $406.32 ; less charged to 1899-1900, $236.32 



Total carried to page Q — 5. 



St. John Harbour, Negro Pt. Breakwater : Sept. 16-Dec. 20, April 21- June 30. 

Foreman, John W. Lon<?, 143 d. at $2 . 50 

Labourers, days at $1.50: F. Belyea, 6; Wm. Campbell, 1 ; John Coyle, 70; H. Driscol!, 

72| ; W. Drowly, \ ; J. Hayes. 2 ; H. Jennings, 110 ; H. Lenihan, 105 ; M. Long, 116f ; 

Wm. Lord, 85| ; Michael Murphy, 85 ; Fred McCarthy, 82£ ; Peter McDade, 87^ ; John 

McGinnis, \ ; Jas. McKee, 96 ; P. McLaughlin, 34^ ; W. Quilty, h ; J. Sullivan, 1 ; E. 

S. Williams, 55 , . . , 

Allan, C. B., sheet iron stove for shed, $2.30 ; Belyea, A., skiff, $30 

Appleby, B. H., Spoon Island gray granite delivered at breakwater, 1,019 cub. yds. at $2.50. 
Long, J. W., foreman, additional time and expenses — 

July, hauling up boat and placing in new house 

Aug., securing store house, 2 d. at $2 . 50 

Dec. 27- Mar. 31, attending dynamometer and examining condition of works, 7 d. at $2.50. 

Ferries for self and men, $2.16 ; postage, 24c 

McAvity & Sons : hand derricks, 2 at $45 ; rope, 66J lbs. at 12c, 105 at lOJo.; g galv. steel 

wire rope, 150 ft. at 875C ; hardware. $67 . 55. . . . . ." 

McGinnis, Peter, use of scow between Sept. 20 and Dec. 20, 1898, 6 d. at $2 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
1,433 94 



44 41 

29 26 

144 25 

171 38 

116 88 

70 72 

157 00 

97 07 
81 57 
65 00 
32 38 
4 00 

255 84 
44 04 
79 60 

88 09 

170 00 

6 75 

52 50. 

208 88 

113 83 

217 75 

111 67 
32 91 
31 25 

51 75 
34 00 

58 50 

36 50 

311 50 



4,353 22 
497 01 

3,856 21 



170 00 



4,026 21 



357 50 



1,517 63 

32 30 

2,547 50 


2 00 

5 00 

17 50 

2 40 


189 31 
12 00 



4,683 14 



. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-139 



St. John Harbour: Negro Point Breakwater- Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Quiulan, R., smithwork, $1.15 ; Sleeth, Quinlan & Co., smithwork, $1.59 

Scully, W. E. : scow load limestone for concrete, 43 x 17 x 3 ft. = 81 cub. yds. at $1.25 ; scow- 
hire in May-June, 4 d. at $2 

Thorne, W. H., & Co.: oakum, 50 lbs. at 6^., 12 at 9c; hardware, $1.86 



Total carried to page Q— 5 . 



1!) 



St. John Harbour : Hydrographic Survey, Sept. 2- Jan. 31. 

Civil engineer. J. K. Scammell, Dec. 28- Jan. 31, 30 days at $3 

Sextantmen : Gilbert Murdock, Sept. 2-Oct. 22, 37 d. at $3 ; J. O'Neil, Sept. 2-Oct. 22, 24 
d. at $2.50 ; J. K. Scammell, Sept. 2-30. 22 d. at $3 

Recorder, Dennis Coholan, 26 d. at $2.50 

Leadsmen, days at $1.75 : M. E. Ansborough, 39 ; Dennis Coholan, 22 ; M. Corbett, 

Harry Driscoll, 2 ; M. Driscoli, 41 ; Wm. Sterling, 40 

Leadsman, days at $1.50 : M. E. Ansborough, 18^ 

Chainmen, days at $1.50 , M. E. Ansborough, 2 ; Wm. Sterling, 22 

Labourers, days at $1.75 : Jas. Donovan, 25 ; Jas. Ganivan, 24 ; Daniel McAulay, 25 ; Ed- 
ward McGinnis, 27 ; John Pratt, 25 ; Wm. Sterling, 7 

Labourers, days at $1.50 : M. E. Ansborough, 4 ; Wm. Sterling, 11 

McAuley, Daniel : picketman, 2 d. at $1.50 ; oarsman, 18^ d. at $1.50 

McDade, Daniel, watchman, 28 d. at $1.50 ; Abbott, John, oarsman and boat, 6i d. at $2.50. 

Foreman, John J. Kane, Sept. 29 and 30, 1^ d. at $2.50.. 

Carpenters, days at $1.75 : F. Duffey, 1^ , D. Lynch, 1^ ; Jer. Sullivan, 2 

Six labourers, 1^ days each at $1.50 ; Michael Kane, dbl. team, Id. at $4 

Abbott, John : hire of boat, 4 wks. at $3 ; damage to boat, $1 ; 1 boat trip, $1.50 

Bailey, George : 300 brass labels, $6 ; smithwork, $5.60 

Buff & Berger : 100 ft. of triple connection wire cable and 3 rubber washers, $18.75 ; repairing 
current meter, $19 . 75 ; batteries, 3 at 75c 

Driscoll, John M. : hire of anchor, $3 ; spruce deals, 1,980 ft. at $10 ; 2 in. plank, 326 ft. at 
$12 ; 4 x 4 scantling, 105 ft. at $12 

Haley Bros. & Co. : standards, 4 at $2.50 ; standards with diamond top, 3 at $4 ; matched 
pine, 425 ft. at 2c. ; spruce boards and studding, 274 ft. at lc. ; box with divisions,$2.50; 
poles, 6 at 80c. ; filing saws, 50c 

Hutchinson, D. L. : tide readings furnished resident engineer at St. John, Sept. 6- Oct. 29, 
3,800 tabulated readings 

Kane, .lohn J. : removing wreck to find anchors, 4 d. at $1.50 ; delivering anchors to custom- 
house, $4 

Kerr & Cromwell, horse-hire 

Lantalnm, James V. : hire of tools, $8.25 ; 2 anchors, 220 lbs. at 4^c. ; sundries, $1.25 

McAvity, T., & Sons : manilla rope, 168 lbs. at lie. ; sundries, $61.85 

McDermot, Alex. : hire of lighters, 2 for 1 d. each, $5, 1 for 26 d. to Oct. 31 at $3 ; repairs 
on lighter, $15 , 

Thompson, B. B. : services, Sept. 29-Nov. 3, 31 d. at $3.50 ; railway fares, $10.93 : freight 
and truckage on tools, $5.10 ; 4 boring rods and connections at 80c. ; tools lost, $3 

Tug " Winnie : services, October and November, 54 d. at $15 

7 payments under $8 ; smithwork and materials, $9.84 ; attending to signal flag Fort Howe, 
Sept. 7-Oct. 22, $5 ; watching scow and materials, 4 d. at $1.25; 12ft. oars, 3 at 7c. a ft.; 
electrical supplies, $3.30 ; rubber mitts, 3 pr. at $1.25 ; cotton, 20 yds. at 5c. ; turkey 
red cotton, 20 yds. at 14c 

Total carried to page Q — 5 



Jere- 



St. John Harbour : Fort Diiff'erin : Sept. 19-Nov. 30, 1898. 

Foreman, John J. Kane : services, 61f d. at $2.50 ; use of tools, 55 d. at 60c 

Carpenters, days at $1.75 : Frank Duffy, 44^ ; David Lynch, 53£ ; Jos. McNeil, 23 . 

miah Sullivan, 39£- 

Labour, days at $1.50 : James Buckley, 35^ ; John McAuley, 35J ; John McDade, I ; John 

McGinnis, 27h ; Peter McLaughlin, 37j ; Edward McNeely,"34;| ; John Sullivan, 36 

Double team, Michael Kane, 18f days at $4 

Driscoll, John M. : 9x9 hardwood, 6,761 sup. ft. at $16 ; spruce deals, 2,103 sup. ft. at $8 ; 

350 ft. spruce boards at $7 ; hardwood piling, 39 pes. at $2.50 ; cartage, 50c 

Emerson, Chas. : 1 sheet iron stove, $1.25 ; 3 jts. stove pipe, 60c 

Fit/.gerald, Daniel : screw bolts, 2,005 lbs. at 3£c. ; 399 washers, 466 lbs. at 3c. ; 60 straps, 

2,400 lbs. at 5c. ; smithwork, etc., $14.67. . 

Lynch, David, hire of boat, 9 weeks at $1 . 25 

McAvity, T., & Sons : hardware, $14.39 ; O'Brien, Robt., 2 blocks for pile driver, $5.50 

Sayre, F . E. : 2 pes. birch, f$ tons at $8 

Scully, W. E. : ballast stone, 67 yds. at 75c. ; 3 spruce spars, $5.25; use of iron gin for pile 

driver, 40 days at 15c 

Total, carried to page Q — 5 



$ cts. 


4,683 14 


2 74 


109 25 
6 07 

4,801 20 



90 00 



237 00 


65 00 


285 25. 


27 75 


36 00 


232 75 


22 50 


30 75 


58 25 


3 75 


8 74 


17 50 


14 50 


11 60 



40 75 
27 97 



41 04 
35 00 



10 00 
13 00 
19 40 
80 33 


98 00 


130 73 

810 00 



33 21 



2,480 77 


187 37 


279 55 


309 69 
75 00 


225 49 
1 85 


218 78 

11 25 

19 89 

7 60 


61 50 


1,397 97 



Q-140 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Tracadie, N.R. : New Block, Repairs, &c. 

McCarthy, H. F., Bathurst : legal services, 3 d. at $20 ; expenses, $16.19 

Two Rivers Wharf, N.R. 

Balance of advertising , . . 

•Cannon, Cannon, Cannon & Alcorn, final estimate, Dec. 21, 1898 : contract for wharf , $1,875; 
less paid in 1897-8 (page Q— 130) $330 

Anderson, M. C. : inspector at $2, July 24 d., Aug. 14 d., Sept. 13 d., Oct. 23 d., Nov. 26 d., 
Dec. 19 d., $238; postage, $1.18; horse-hire, $1; telegrams, $1 . 06 ; forwarding 3 tele- 
grams, $3 .75 

Pay-lists and Accounts, May 22 to June 30, 1899. 

Conductor, M. C. Anderson : services, 33 d. at $2 ; driving, $17 ; sundry outlay, $6.44 

Alcorn, Wm, labour, 8£ d. at $1.25, 18 at $1.10 ; Bartlett, Abner, labour, 4 d. at $1.10 

Cannon, F. B. : 100 ft. lumber, $1 ; 93 lbs. iron bolts, $3. 49 

Cannon, Otis : surveying, $2 ; looking up materials and hiring men, $2 ; postage, 18c. 

Copp, Chas. V.: labour, 1 d. at $1.25 ; with horse and cart, 11 d. at $1.65 

Copp, Wm., labour, 4 d. at $1.10 ; Gough, Alex., labour, 10 d. at $1.25, 19 at $1.10 

Milligan, Arthur, labour, 4 d. at $1.10 ; Morris, Chas., smithwork, $5.45 

Thorne, W. H., & Sons : powder, 2 kegs at $2.75 ; hardware, $3.92 

Wilbur, Armour, labour, fy d. at $1.25, 18 at $1.10 . . 

Wilbur, Herbert : labour, 114 d. at $1.25, 19 at $1.10 ; span horses and cart, 19| d. at $1.10. 

Wilbur, Welcom, labour, 1\ d. at $1.25, 19 at $1.10 , 

Wilbur, Wellington : labour, 12 d. at $1 . 25, 19 at $1 . 10 ; hauling brush, 55c 

Total, carried to page Q— 5 , 

Harbours and Rivers : Maritime Provinces Generally. 

Barrington Passage, N.S., Sept. 3-Dec. 8 ($398.79). 

Foreman, J. Hadwin Christie, 25£ d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Arch. Hopkins, 17| ; John Nickerson, 6 ; Stephen Nickerson, 5 ; 

Danl. Purdy, 12 

-Carpenter, days at $1 . 25 : Chas. D. Crowell, 4 

Labourer, days at $1.25: Alex. Christie, 8; Art. Christie, 24J ; Wm. Christie, 7| ; Geo. 

Clavison, 8; Bradford Crowell, 3; Wm. Gammon, 7; Benj. Hopkins, 3; Fred. Hopkins, 

2 ; Prince Nickerson, 7 ; Samuel Nickerson, 1 

Teams : J. Hadwin Chvistie, 8£ d. at $2 ; Geo. Clavison, 2 d. at $2, 1 d. at $1.50 ; Samuel 

Nickerson. 1 d. at $2 

Gammon, John R.: dumps, 172| lbs. at 5c; 1-in. bolts, 212 lbs. at 7c; smithwork, $14.22. . . 

McKay, J. H. & J. A.: 3-in. spruce, 2,452 ft. at $9 ; sundry lumber, $6.05 

Robertson, A. C. : dump bolts, 144 lbs. at 5c; screw bolts, 185 lbs. at 7c; smithwork, $5.70. . 

Spinney, E. K. : 1 piece steel wire rope, $2.50 ; freight, 25c 

Steamer " La Tour," towing raft of logs from Clyde to Barrington 

Sutherland, Robt. : timber, 1,621 ft. at $9 ; logs for spiling, 30 at $1 .50 



Beaver Harbour, N.S.: Dec, 1898 ($15). 

Labourers, 2 d. each at $1 : Graves, Wm. ; Hanbolt, Geo. , Hy. , Ronald ; Hornish, A , 
Horse, Hy. Hanbolt, $2 ; timber, R. Hanbolt, $2 ; bolts, G. Hanbolt, $1 



Big Bras oVOr Wharf: Sept. 5-9, 1898 ($20.43). 



Foreman, D. Livingston, 4 d. at $2 

Labourers : Rodk. McKenzie, 4 d. at $1.50; Dan. McRitchie, 2| d. at $1.25. 
McKenzie, Rodk. : spruce, 11 pieces at 30c 



Digby, N.S.: Repairing Govt. Pier: June 5-July 6, 1899 ($403.54). 

Conductor, Ralph M. Oliver, June 1-July 6, 29 d. at $2 

Labourer, Jas. Franklin, 24^ d. at $1.75 

Labourers, days at $1.50: Geo. Baxter, 23| ; Frank Dennison, 24^; Alex. Dillon, 24J ; Law- 
rence Hunt, 24| : Chas. McGrath, 20 ; Alex. Young, 12^ ; less part of summary charged 
to 1899-1900, $176.26 ' 

Baxter, Hy., hauling ballast, 30 tons at 20c; Bishop, Geo., affidavits, 6 at 20c 

Burgay, Jacob : wharf covering at $12, 6,000 ft. of 6 x 25 in., 588 ft. of 6x 28 in.; sundry lum- 
ber, $10.74 . . 

Bishop, John: spruce sticks, 7 of 10 in. x 45 ft. at $6, 2 of 16 in. x 30 ft. at $4, 11 of 11 in. x 25 
ft. at $2.50 ; hardwood sticks, 2 of 10 in. x 45 ft. at $8, 1 of 14 in. x 18 ft. at $2 ; knee, $1. 

Hayden, Wallace, horse hire, $2 ; Sproul, D. & O., hire of screw, 18 d. at 15c 

Carried forward ... 



$ cts. 
76 19 



4 40 
1,545 00 

244 99 



89 44 


34 82 


4 49 


4 18 


19 40 


37 80 


9 85 


9 42 


24 17 


57 00 


29 96 


36 45 


2,151 37 



51 00 

60 75 
5 00 



89 07 

24 00 

37 68 
28 11 

25 85 
2 75 

15 00 
59 58 



10 00 
5 00 



8 00 

9 13 
3 30 



58 00 
42 43 



17 59 
7 20 

89 79 

96 50 
4 70 



750 43 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-141 



Harbours and Rivers: JTIaritlmc Province* Generally — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Digby, N.S. : Repairing Govt. Pier — Concluded. 

Oliver, M. L.: 1,388 lbs. iron and bolts, 839.00 ; 5 augers, $5.90 ; 4 peavies, .$4.80 ; hardware 

$4.08 ; 500 ft. deals, $5 

Roney, B. A. : bolts, 412 lbs. at 3^c. ; smithwork, $15.10 

East Bay, N.S.: Repairs to Wharf ( '$304.24 ). 

Pay-list, Sept. 26-29, 1898 : foreman, J. D. McAdam, 4 d. at $2; carpenter, M. L. McDonald 
' 4 d. at $1.20 ; 12 labourers, 26 d. in all at $1 ; 3 teams, 2h d. in all at $1.50 

Pay-list, Mar. 23-31, 1899— 

Foreman, Dan. J. Gillies, 8 d. at $2 ; with team, Jas. Campbell, 2 d. at $1.50. 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Ml. Currie, 6; C. McD nald, 4; J. R. McDonald, 3 ; J. S. Mc- 
Donald, 2; A. McGillivray, bh ; D. Mclnnis, 4; A. Mclsaac, 1; H. Mclsaac, 6; J.Mc 
Leod, 3 ; A. McNeill, 8 

Stumpage on trees : Duncan Gillis, 40 at 10c, 4 at 5c. ; John McLean, 15 at 5c, 

Spruce, 10 x 10 stringers, 618 1. ft. at 7ic; 9x9 hemlock wheel-guards, 396 1. ft. at7^c; 10-in 
spruce logs, 300 ft. at 5c , 

Moore, C. P.: holt iron, 990 lbs. at 2c; 7-in. wire spikes, 2 kegs at $2.50; sundry, $1.55 

Morrison, John, hemlock plank, 6,614 ft. at $9 

Mclsaac Bros., cucting and pointing bolts, 394 at la; McMillan, M., plank, $2.50 



Fox River, N.S.: Repairs to Breakwater, Mar., 1899. 
Conrad, Wm., spruce logs, 9 in. at small end, 12 to 22 ft. long, 4,000 1. ft. at 5c 

Grand Etanrj Bridge, N.S.: Nov., Mar., Apl. ($152.20). 



Foreman, Simeon Shomph, 10 d. in Nov. at $1.50, 6 d. in Mar.-Apl. at $2. 

Labourers : 31* d. in Nov. at $1, 25| d. in. Mar.-Apl. at $1.25 

Teamsters : 9 d. in Nov. at $1.25, 3 d. in Mar.-Apl. at $1.50 

Piles, 25 at $1.23 ; 9 sticks, $2.80 

Rope, 11 lbs. at 17c; hardware, $2.25 ; smithwork, $7.57 



Han t sport : Public Wharf. 

Pearson, Geo. N., inspector on construction of public wharf, July 1-Oct. 31, 1898 : 102 week 
days at $2 , . 



Irish Cove : Nov. 19 to Dec. 31, 1898 ($209.31). 

Foreman, Malcolm E. McNeil, 19 d. at $2 

Wharf builder, J. J. Campbell, 8 d. at $1 ; carpenter, F. McNeil, 2\ d. at $1 

Labourers, d. at $1 : Arehy Kennedy, 16f ; Jas. McDonald, 9^ ; Don. McLean, 13 ; John 

McLean, 8 ; Mai. McLean, H ; Don. McNeil, 14 ; John McNeil, f ; Rodk. McNeil, 9. . 
McNeil, Frank : iron bolts, headed and pointed, 414 lbs. at 4c ; chain, $1 ; smithwork, $8.90; 

21 ft. hardwood piles, 5 at 80c 

Hardwood piles, 32 of 22 ft. long at 90c, 17 of 21 ft. at 80c ; paid as follows :— 

Jas. McDonald, $9.60; Don. McNeil, $9; John McNeil, $13.50; 3 payments under $6 

each, $10.30 

Loan of tools and blocks, $1.50 ; rope, 21 lbs. at 15c; sundry lumber and hardware, $10.80 . . 

Johnston's Harbour : Nov. 8, 1898 ($10.00). 

Foreman, John H. Johnston, H d. at $2 

Labourers : 5 for 1 d. each at $1 ; 1 for 1 d. at $1.50 

Boat and wheelbarrow for hauling stones 



Mabou Harbour : June 12 to 27, 1898 ($289.38). 

Foreman, Angus J. Beaton, 12i d. at $2 

7 labourers, 14 d. in all at $1.25 ; 3 single teams, 3 d. in all at $1.50 

Stone, 483 cub. y. at 50c, paid as follows: John A. Beaton, $20; Angus Cameron, $19; 
Robt. Fitzner, $19.25; Ion. F. McDonald, $11; Andrew McEachern, $15.50; Hugh 
McEachern, $14 ; Thos. White, $18 ; 28 payments under $10, $124.75 

McDonald, Ronald, brush, \ acre at $6 



$ eta . 
750 43 



58 84 
28 49 



42 55 
19 00 



54 38 
4 95 

91 05 

26 35 

59 52 

6 44 



200 00 



27 00 
63 70 
15 76 
34 05 
11 69 



204 00 



38 00 
10 50 

72 50 

30 46 



42 40 
15 45 



3 00 
6 50 
50 



24 40 
21 97 



241 51 
1 50 



Carried forward 



2,206 89 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Harbours and Rivers: Maritime Provinces Generally— Continued. 



Brought forward , 

Maitland, N.S., Ferry Wharf: May 13 to June 17, 1899. 

•Conductor, John W. Dearman, 19^ d. at $2 ; carpenter, Thos. Robinson, 8| d. at $1.50 . . . 
Labourers, d. at $1.25 : Wesley Dunn, 10£ ; Jas. Madden, 4^ ; Ml. Madden, 13£ ; Harold 

McKenzie, 10£ 

Carters at $1.75 : Jas. Madden, 7f ; Ml. Madden, Id 

Currie, J. D., 10-in. x 30 ft. logs, 6 at $1.20 ; Frieze & Roy, spruce deals, 1,927 ft. at $6.50 

Murphy, S. H. : ref. iron, 678 lbs. at $2 ; keg spikes, $2.35 . 

Putnam Bros.: ref. iron, 118 lbs. at 2fc. ; Rose, Stewart, 10-in. x 30 ft. logs, 16 at $1.20.. . . 
Robinson, Thos.: 10-in. x 30 ft. logs, 15 at $1.20 ; ballast-poles, 155 at 6c; fender posts, 18 at 

17c 



Margaree, repairs to breakwater : Oct. 1 to Nov. 18, 1898, ($178.66). 

-Conductor, John A. McLeod, 16^ d. at $2 

Blacksmith, \ d. at $2 ; 12 labourers, 33J d. in all at $1.15 

Aucoin, Costin : stone, 31 cub. y. at 50c; hire of tackle, 50c 

Chisholm, A. W., auger 

McDougall, Angus, iron bolts, pointed and capped, 488 lbs. at 4|c 

White, Paul (Jos's son) : 10 pes. hardwood, $5 ; 37 pes. spruce, $13.55 

16 payments for stone, under $9 ; 98| cub. y. at 50c 



Monk's Head : July 16— Sept. 17, 1898 ($272.45). 

Foreman, Andrew Chisholm, 17 days at $2 . . , 

Chisholm Colin, labourer. i) T \ d. at $1.25 

Chisholm, Rod.: labour, 2f d. at $1.25 ; carter, 9 d. at $2.75, 1^ d. at $1.75. . . , 

Fraser, Rod. : labourer, 3i d. at $1.25 ; carter, 4 d. at $1.75 

McDonald, John : labourer, 1^ d. at $1.25 ; carter, 5 d. at $1.75 , , 

McDonald, John D.: labourer, 1 d. at $1.25 ; carter, 7 d. at $1.75 

McDonald, Ronald : labourer, 5^ d. at $1.25 ; carter, 4 d. at $1.75 

McLellan, John : labourer, 5J d. at $1.25 ; carter, 6 d. at $1.75 

19 labourers under $10, 63id. in all at $1.25 

6 carters under $10, 14| d. in all : 5 d. at $2.75, 9^ d. at $1.75. 

Dunn, Chas. : privilege of cutting spruce timber, 415 ft. at lc . ; privilege of hauling 875 loads 

of stones, $9 ; brush, 85 loads at 5c . . , 

Spruce plank, 50 ft. at lc; brush, 20 loads at 5c; spikes and bolts, $1.37 



North Wallace : June 27- Aug. 10, 1898 ($481.98). 

Conductor, J. C. McFarlane, 30 d. at $2 

Foreman, Zeph Pushie, 28^ d. at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Wm. Forshner, 15^ ; Henry Munro, 15£ ; Geo. McLeod, 244. ; 

Saml. Pushie, 27£ 

Labourers, days at $125 : Jas. Colter, 16 \ ; Murdock Moody, 14f ; Kenneth McAuley, 1\ ; 

Edw. Pushie, 28^ ; Chas. Teed, 2\ \ 

Team at $3. David M. Bacon, Id , 

Betts, L. H., & Co., hardware, 62c; Betts, David, smithwork, $13.93 

Morris, C. W. : iron, 1,047 lbs. at 2c; 7-in. spikes, 3 kegs at $3 ; washers, 15 lbs. at 9c, 186 

at 6c; sundry hardware, $11.69 

Pushie, Zeph : piles, 24 and 30 ft. long, 102 ft. at 6c; stringers and braces, 2,348 ft. at $12 a 

M.; pile driver, 16 d. at $4 . 

Ogilvie's Wharf : Dec. 6-9, 1898 ($50). 

Foreman, R. S. Armstrong. 4 d. at $2 

5 labourers, 13^ d. in all at $1 , 

10-in. spruce timber, 446 ft. at 4c; |-in. refd. iron, 530 lbs. at $1.70 ; clinch rings, 5 lbs. at 13c; 
smithwork. 35c ; freight and cartage, 65c 

Pictou Island, "East Wharf": Oct. U-Nov. 5, 1898 ($119.19). 

Foreman, Hector McKinnon, 4^ d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, davs at $1.50 : Jas. Currie, jr., 9J ; Duncan McCallum, 8£ ; Lauchlin McCallum 
(little)^ ; Wm. McCallum, 8^ ; Angus McDonald, 5J: Robt. McFarlane. 5£ ; Lauchlin 
Patterson, 9| 

Murdock, James, |-in. bolts, 418 lbs. at 3|c 

Patterson, E. D., 10-in. round spruce, 19-21 ft. long, 239 ft. at 4c 

.Stone, 5 yds. at 50c ; spikes, 100 lbs. at 3^c 

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Q-143 



If arbours and Kivers : maritime Provinces Generally— -Continued, 

Brought forward 

Porter's Lake : Dec. 7-21, 1898 ($100). 



Conductor, Henry Myra, 6 d. at $2 

15 labourers, 49 d. in all at $1 ; 4 teams, 13 d. in all at $2. 

Fuller, H. H., & Co., 2 scoops for dredging 

Myra, James, truckage on 2 scoops 



Bound Bay Beach : Nov. 18- Dec. 19, 1898 ($50). 



Foreman, Eben. L. Munro, 5 T ^ d. 
6 labourers, 16i d in all at SI. 25.. 



at $2. 



Teams, days at $2 : Edw. Dexter, 3^ ; Wm. Perry, 1*. 
230 stakes, $3 . 57 ; 42 loads of brush, $6 



Trout Cove, N. S. : Breakwater Extension (-$361.12). 

Dakin, S. M., inspector on construction of breakwater extension, July-Nov., 128 week days 

at $2.50 , 

Repairs pay-list, Mar. 23-30, 1890 : 

Conductor, S. M. Dakin, 2i d. at $2 

Carpenters, 11^ d. at $1.50 ; smith, h d. at $1.50 ; teamster, 3 d. at $2 

Timber : 10-in., 28 ft. at 3c, 256 ft. at 2ic. ; 7-in., 244 ft. at 2c 



West Chezzetcook: Sept. 5-Oct. 



1898 ($1,000.09). 



Conductor, Andrew Petipas, 42 d. at $2. . . 

Foreman, Dan. P. Lapierre, 42 d. at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : John Conrod, 10; Frank Lapierre, 12^ ; Geo. Lapierre, 9 ; Isaac 
Lapierre, 13 ; James Lapierre, lOf ; Beloney Murphy, 6f ; Frank Murphy, 4| ; Frank 
Petipas, 1'?^ ; Dan Roma, 11^ ; John Roma, 9 

Labourers, days at $1 .15 : Eusebe Julian, 10 ; 28 payments under $10, 134^ d. in all 

Julian, John, labour, 5| d. at $1.20 ; Lapierre, Frs. J., carter, 9 d. at $2 

Conrod, Geo. H. : 5-in. spruce plank, 1,000 ft. at $10; 7-in. spruce logs, 200 ft. at 3c; 10-in. 
spruce, 88 ft. at 6c ; 9 x 10-in. spruce, 40 ft. at 7|c 

Conrod, John (J.S.) : 7-in. spruce, 200 ft. at 3c ; 9 x 10-in. spruce, 18 ft. at 7^c ; hire of scow 
6 d. at $1 ; brush, 200 bundles at 5c 

Conrod, John G. : 5-in. spruce timber, 1,367 ft. at $10 ; 7-in. spruce, 200 ft. at 3c 

Crawford, Wm. : 10-in. spruce logs, 88 ft. at 6c ; 9 x 10-in. spruce, 45 ft. at 7Jc ; 5-in. spruce, 
1,000 ft. at $10 

Ferguson, James : stone, 1 load at $1 ; 7-in. spruce, 658 ft. at 3c, 

Lapierre, Dan P. , foreman : rent of tools &c , 7 weeks to Oct. 22 at $2, less $2 . 64 to bring 
expenditure within appropriation ; hire of scow, 10 d. at $1 ; 7-in. spruce logs, 610 ft. at 
3c ; sundry hardware and lumber, $12 .39 

McLaren, John : pointing iron, 1,336 lbs. of f 

Petipas, Frank : 7-in. spruce logs, 630 ft. at 3c ; 

Roma, Joseph : 9 x 10-in. spruce, 282 ft. at 7ic, 
2,000 ft. at $10 

Smith, Geo. E. & Co. : refd. iron, 608 lbs. of |-in. at 2c, 458 lbs. of i-in. at lgc, 1,176 lbs. of 
f-in. at lie., 807 lbs. of f-in. at l|c, 242 lbs. of §-in. at $1.60; 2 augers, 85c ; cartage 
and freight, $3.25 

Wolfe, Felix : 5-in. spruce plank 1,000 ft. at $10 ; 7-in. spruce, 250 ft. at 3c 

28 payments under $15 : 5-in. spruce plank, 4,135 ft. at $10 : 7-in. spruce, 1,442 ft. at 3c ; 
9 x 10-in. spruce, 181 ft. at 7 he. ; sundry lumber, $15.29 ; stone, 47 loads of 3i tons each 
at $1 ; 100 bundles of brush $2.35 ; § rd. iron, 80 lbs. at 2c 



in at 2c, 758 lbs. of i-in. at lie 

; 5-in. spruce plank,~2,000 ft. at $10 

10-in. spruce, 242 ft. at 6c ; 5-in. spruce 



Yarmouth : Stamoood's Beach : Sept. 7- Oct. 4 ($800.90). 

Conductor, Ansel B. Crosby, 15 d. at $2. 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Amos Beveridge, 14^; Jos. Hunt, 2; Geo. Killam, Hi; Wm 

Nickerson, 2 ; Edw. Sweeney, 13i ; Hugh Sweeney, 14 ; John Sweeney, 14j"; Peter 

Titus, 13 ' 

Ox team, Peter Titus, 11 d. at $1 .25 

Crowell, S. A. & Co. : 8-in. steel cut spikes, 4i kegs at $2.20 ; |-in. and f-in. refd. iron, 561 

lbs. at $1 .80 ; hardware, $4.49 

Kinney Haley Mfg. Co. : 3-in. hemlock deals, 9,800 ft. at $9; spruce logs, 31 of 10-in, at 50c, 

42 of 6-in. at 25c 

Smithwork, $10.24 ; hardware, $2 



100 23 
13 75 

24 48 

114 20 
12 24 



Carried forward 



5,323 73 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Harbours and Rivers: Maritime Provinces Generally— Continued. 

Brought forward , 

Yarmouth: Hand Dredging, Oct. 20-Nov. 10, 1S98 {$296.26). 

Trackman, John Philips, \\ d. at $2 ; acting foreman, James E. Phillips' 13J d. at $2 

Labourers, days at $1.50: Chas. Baker, 12| ; M. P. Baker, 12f : H. Muise, 12&; Chas. 

Phillips, llf ; Jas. E. Phillips 1 ; Alex. Robicheau, 124^ ; John Robieheau, 121 ; Jas. 

Smith, 13 ; Jas. Ward, 13i ; Geo. White, l£ " . . . 

Jenkins, Hugh : use of small scow, 2 d. at $2 ; use of large scow, 14 d. at $5 ; use of ropes 

and other gear, 14 d. at $2 

Smith work, $3.50 ; use of dory, $2.50 ; hardware, $3.84 ; truckage, $1.40 



Oasperaux, P.E.I.: Entrance to Herring Pond (-$31). 



Conductor, Horatio Graham, 4 d. in May, 1899, at $1.50. 
9 labourers, 25 d. in all, at $3 



Anderson's Hollow, N.B.: Repairing Breakwater {$121.31). 



Foreman, W. Chesley Anderson, June 2-17, 1899, 16jr d. at $2 , 

Carpenters at $1 .50 : John Barbour, 11 \ d. ; Greenleaf Martin, 10 T v 

Labourers, Harris Epp, W\ d. at $L.25 : self and team, Aaron Copp, 2£ d. at $2. 

Anderson, Sanford, bolts, &c, $5.50 ; Anderson, W. C, outlay, $3.09 

Copp, Aaron B.: round spruce, 1,926 ft. at $6 ; sawing same, $3 85 , 

Copp, Harris T, spruce facing-timber, 676 ft. at 2c 



Caraquet, N.B.: Repairing Wharf, Sept., 1898. 

Pave, Philip, repairing covering, 4-in plank laid, 871 ft. at $17 

Pointe du Chene, JV.B.: Repairing Breakivatcr, June, 1899. 

Welling, Leonard : bolting heads of 14 fenders and 7 close piles on outer face, $25 ; filling-in 
back of wharf, 215 ft. x 7 ft. x 2 ft., $10 



Shippegan, N.B.: Repairs. 

Detailed under " Shippegan, Extension and Repairs " (Page Q— 138) 

Stony Greek, N.B.: Repairs, May 2- June 27, 1898. 
Balser, Henry, over-expenditure deducted in 1897-98 (Page Q— 128) 

Sundry Expenses {$5,525.27). 

Mackenzie, H. J., C.E., Norfolk, Virginia: inspecting creosoted timber, &c, at Norfolk, ir. 

Oct., 1898, 10 d. at $5. 

Engineers in Maritime Provinces, salaries and expenses charged to this vote. ..(Page Q — 145) 

Dept. at Ottawa : Can. Express Co., $9 ; Dom. Express Co , 75c 

Stationery Office, Ottawa, $350.55 ; (Queen's Printer's account, $62. 30 

Trip of minister and chief engineer in Maritime Provinces in 1898, part charged to this 

vote (Page Q— 145) 

Engineers, Maritime Provinces : Salaries and Expenses. 

Antigonish, N.S. : 

Millidge, E. G., resident engineer— 

Salary : July-Apl., 304 d. at $5 ; May-June, 2 m., at $166.66 

Travel, &c, $464.04 ; paid typewriting, $31.10 

Bernasconi, G. A., assistant engineer — 

Salary, 365 d. at $5 ; travel, &c, $346 

Assistance on surveys and boat-hire 

Fraser, A. Milne, Halifax : No. 6 new Century caligraph, $110 ; less old caligraph, $40. 
Charlottetown, PEL — 

Hegan, J. B., resident engineer- 
Salary, 12 m. to June 30, $2,000 ; travel, &c, $473.45 

Hyndman, W. E., paymaster and office assistant— 

July-Nov., 131 d. at $1.50 ; Dec. -June, 7 m. at $50 ; travel, $151 .19 

PEL, Elec. Light Co., lighting office, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1899 

Halifax, N.S.— 

Dodwell, C. E. W., resident engineer — 

Salary, 12 m. to June 30, $2,400 ; travel, &c, $919. 12 

Outlay : postage, $24 ; cleaning office, $14 .75 



Carried forward . 



$ cts. 
5,323 73 

28 90 
154 12 



102 00 
11 24 


6 00 
25 00 


32 50 
32 74 
18 56 
8 59 
15 40 
13 52 



14 81 



35 00 



497 01 



50 



50 00 
3,434 17 

9 75 
412 85 

1,618 50 


11,844 89 


1,853 32 
495 14 

2,171 00 
45 12 
70 00 



2,473 45 

697 69 
12 00 



3,319 12 
38 75 



11,175 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-145 



Engineers, Maritime Provinces : Salaries and Expenses — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Halifax, N.S.— Con, 

Locke, T. J., assistant engineer — 

Salary, 12 m. to June 30, $1,200; travel, &c, $956.87 

Greenwood, R. P., clerk and paymaster — 

Salary, 12 m. to June 30, $720 ; travel, &c, $298.45 

Brander, Morris & Co. : pigeon hole case, $20 ; rug, $3 . 25. 

Cogswell & Co., photo supplies, $7.74 ; Farquhar Bros., plumbing, $4.38 

Fletcher, M. E. & L. E., typewriting, July-Nov .... 

Halifax Transfer Co., removing office furniture, May 2, 1898 

Harrison Bros., 2 coats of arms and lettering 2 office doors 

Mackenzie, W. A., carpentering, $10; MacKinlay, A. & W., stationery, &c, $11 . 

N.S. Telephone Co., telephone, 6 m. to April, 1899 

Starr, John, Sons & Co., electric fittings and placing 

Kentville, N.S.— 

Dodge, B. H. , paymaster : 31 per cent on $1,037 .75 

St. John, N.B.- 

Shewen, E. T. P., resident engineer — 

Salary, 365 d. at $5.50, $2,007.50 ; travel, &c, $786.94 

Day, G. A., assistant engineer — 

Salary, 12 m. to June 30, $1,200 ; travel, &c, $1,496.02 

Ewing, J., paymaster — 

Salary, 12 m. at $85, $1,020 ; travel, &c, $1,212.81 

Godfrey, Miss G., typewriting and tracing — 

June 12- July 12, 1898, 25 d. at 60c. ; July 13, 1898, June 3, 1899, 280 d. at 80c. 



Charaed as folloics : — 

Chief engineers staff (Page Q— 230) 

Repairs to piers, P . E . I. , generally ( n Q— 134) 

Harbours and Rivers, Maritime Provinces, generally ( ,, Q— 144) 

Surveys and inspections ( u Q — 229) 



Trip of Minister and Engineer in Maritime Provinces, &c., July 13 to 

Sept. 9, 1898. 

Expenditure by Engineer Lafleur in connection with steamer " Eureka " ($1,150.48) — 

Provisions, &c, $643.46 ; laundry, $35.80 ; tableware, utensils, &c, $9.11 

Fittings, repairs, &c, $142.93 ; water for boiler, $55.25 ; rug, $4 

Mattrass, $2 . 50 ; 3 caps, $1 . 50 ; 3 sweaters, $3 . 75 ; napkin rings, $1 . 20 

Coaling, $6 ; 4 rubber coats, $10 ; 2 alpaca coats, $3.50 

American flag, $7.50 ; awning, $5 ; charts, $5 ; sundry, $24.03 

Miramichi Pilot Association, pilotage : inward, $22.50 ; outward, $20 

Provisions, supplies, labour, no vouchers, $86.45 ; pilotage, $10 

Paid to wheelmen, &c, on " Eureka," for extra night labour , 

Sundry outlay by Engineer Lafleur in connection with trip ($218.42) — 

Driving, $7 ; rowboats, $5 ; express, $6 . 98 ; ferries, $1 . 50 , 

Postage and telegrams, $26.67 ; street cars, 30c 

Ry. fares, $39 . 42 ; pullmans, $14 . 50 ; porters and waiters, $3 . 50 

Hotels and meals, $34.30; cabs, $08.25 

For messenger Gordon McGregor at Charlottetown ; doctor, $7 ; hospital, $3 ; band- 
age, $1 

Acadia Coal Co., coal : Albion lump, 48 tons at $2.15 ; Acadia steam, 30 tons at $2.30. . . . 
Bain, Jas., Yarmouth : 4-horse team to Weymouth, 2 d. at $10 ; sundry driving, $10.50. . 
Bernier, Capt. J. E., Levis : services on '• Eureka " as pilot, July 14- Sept. 9, 58 d. at $5. . 
I. C. Ry. : coal at Dalhousie, 34 tons at $3.55; repg. "Eureka's" whistle at Riv. du 

Lou i », $2.92 

Magee Bros., St. John, reserve Sydney coal, delivered, 25i| tons at $3.65 

McNeill, Robert, Dalhousie, pilotage : inward, $16.50 ; outward, $16.50 n 

Roche, Win. , Halifax, steam coal, 25 tons at $3 

Woods, Jas. W. : ruers for " Eureka, " 6 at $8 . 50 ; express, 50c 



Charged to the following votes : — 

Harbours and Ri vers, P . E . I . : repairs to piers (Page Q — 134) 

ii ii Maritime Provinces : generally ( „ Q — 144) 

ii ti Quebec : generally ( ,, Q — 172) 

Generally ( „ Q— 195) 



$ cts. 
11,175 59 

2,156 87 

1,018 45 
23 25 
12 12 
49 12 

20 00 
12 00 

21 00 
20 00 
15 88 

36 32 

2,794 44 
2,696 02 
2,232 81 

239 00 

22,522 87 



12,450 82 
1,075 64 
3,434 17 
5,562 24 

22,522 87 



1— 10q 



688 37 


202 18 


8 95 


19 50 


41 53 


42 50 


96 45 


51 00 


20 48 


26 97 


57 42 


102 55 


11 00 


172 20 


30 50 


290 00 


123 62 


92 10 


33 00 


75 00 


51 50 


2,236 82 


200 00 


1,618 50 


366 82 


51 50 


2,236 82 



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63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Anse a Beauiils: Improvement of Entrance to Harbour. 

Construction of Retaining Wall, Aug. 24~Oct. 5, 1898. 

Conductor, Jos. Oct. Boucher : services, 37 d. at $2 ; outlay, $2.98 

Carpenters, days at $1.^5 : Frs. Boucher, 32£ ; Frs. Fournier, 30 ; Pierre Laterreur, 23i 

Labourers, days at $1 : Jos Bijeault, 16 ; Oct. Blais, 6 : Jos. Clout : er, 6 ; Noel Cloutier, 7 ; 
Frs. Couture, 5 ; Alex. Dunn, 17 ; Alex. Dunn (fils. John) 12 ; Pr. Dunn, 10 ; James Gale, 
15 ; Chas. Lapointe, 7 ; Alph. Laterreur, 19^ ; Cesaire Methol, 27 ; Jespar Morris, 6 ; 
James Morris, 16^ ; Henri Vallee, 28 

Carters, days at $1.50 : John Furlong, 2h, ; John Lapointe, 8 

Cloutier, Joseph : stone, 11 toise at $3.(50 ; 3 pes. of spruce, $4 18 

Couture, Ambroise : stone, 2\ toise at $3.60 ; timber, $6.90 

Cyr, Sylvester, commission as paymaster, 3-| p.c. on $858.78 

Lagace, Narcisse : stone, 9 toise at $3.60 ; 11 ft. spruce, 30 pes. at 20c. ... 

Lamb, Chas., 3 in. spruce deals, 3 rds., 11,200 ft. at $13.50 

Lapointe, Chas. : stone, 1\ toise at $3.60 ; spruce, 81 pes. of 11 ft. at 20c, 3 pes. 69 ft. at 7c . 

8 payments, each under $10 : spruce, 53 pes. of 11 ft. at 20c, 7 pes. 154 ft. at 7c ; cartage, 
$5.25; freight, $7.99; hardware, $1.60 , 

Stone at $3.60 a toise : G. Blais, $9 ; Max. Bourdages, $9 ; Narc Collin, $9 ; Chas. • Couture 
(fils Jos.) $34.20; John Couture, (fils Jacq.)$18; Philip Couture, $9 ; Alex. Dunn, (fils 
John) $28.80 ; James Gale, $9 ; Jespar Morris, $18 ; Philip Roy, $9 

hnprovements to Entrance of Harbour, JVov. 21-Dcc 10, 1898. 

Conductor, Jos. Oct. Boucher, 12 d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at 60c: Ambrose Couture, 9 ; Fis. Fournier, 3; Marcil Goudreau, 10 ; Horace 
Lagace, 9 ; Narc Lagace, 10 ; Chs. Lapointe, 6 

Total carried to page Q — 5 



Anse a L'Eau (Tadousac) : Landing Slip, «fcc, Sept. 1 30, 1898. 

Foreman, Nap. Rouleau, 24 d. at $2 , 

First Carpenter, Joseph Bouchard, 22^ d. at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.25: Joseph Gagnon, 16 ; Edouard Harington, 21^ ; Emelien Lavoie, 
21^ ; Edouard Renaud, 21^ ; Joseph Savard, 22i ; Theophile Savard, 22h ; Roger Ther- 
rien, 22^ " 

Labour at $1.25, A ndre Morneau, 21| 

Labourers, days at $1 : Chas. Belley , 10^ ; Joseph Bouliane, 10 . 

Carters, days at $1.50: Joseph Bouliane, 3|, short paid 50c ; Louis Dechesne, 2h; Francois 
Harvey, 13 ; Johnnie Maher, Ih, ; Evariste Marquis, 2% 

Bourgouin, Francois : 3 x 9 in. x 12 ft. deals, 255 at 20c ... 

Caron, Eugene : 11 x 11 tamarack, 1,620 ft. at 10c ; pine and tamarack deals, 3 x 9 to 11 in. x 12 
ft., 743 pes. at 30c; 2 x 9 x 12 pine, 1,260 ft. at $20 ; T. & G. clear pine boards, 2,000 ft. at 
$35 ; T. & G. spruce boards, 4,817 ft. at $16 ; extra plain T. & G., 1,880 ft. at $18 ; shingles, 
25 M. at $1.75 ; brackets, 14 at $1, 8 at 40c, 36 at 25c; paint, 10 galls, at 95c; 50 lbs. at 
10c; door, $6; double door, $11; windows, 5 at $3.50; sundry pine, $25.72; sundries, 
.21 



$43. 

Dumont, E. T.: cedar, 2,390 ft. of 5 x 9 at 6c, 350 ft. of 3 x 6 at 3c 

Lepage & Gagne : iron for bolts, 3,040 lbs. at 5c; iron taraude, 290 lbs. at 8c 

Maher. J. H. & Co. : nails, 11£ kegs, at $3.50 ; bricks and lime, $6.40 

Rouleau, M. : 3 x 11 x 12 pine deals, 65 at 30c ; stove and pipes, $8 

Vaillancourt, L. Alfred : 12 x 12 pine, 34 ft. at 10c; 9 in. cedar, 203 ft at 3c. 



Total carried to page Q — 5 . 



Anse aux Gascons : Breakwater. 

Paul, T. C. Dumais, progress estimate No. 5, to Sept. 7, 1898, : cribwork built up to flooring, 
part of which (with half the face and outer end sheathing, corner-straps and mooring 
posts) is in place, with also all material required to complete on hand ; 146,000 c y. at 
7^c, $10,950 ; less drawback $1,090 : and less paid in l«97-8 (page Q-134) $4,628.34 and in 
1899-1900, $485 \ 

Wm. Ahier,* inspector of works : services, June 1 — Nov. 12, 141 week days at $2 ; telegrams, 
$3.03 ; postage, 60c , 

Thos. Breen, resdt. eng. , Quebec, telegrams 

Advertising, $6 ; Queen's Printer's account, 7?c 

Total carried to page Q— 5 



$ cts. 



76 98 


107 51 


198 00 


15 75 


43 78 


15 90 


30 05 


38 40 


151 20 


30 03 



36 22 
153 00 

18 00 

28 20 



943 02 



48 00 
33 75 



184 71 
26 56 
20 50 

34 01 
51 00 



778 89 


153 90 


75 20 


45 78 


27 50 


9 49 


1,489 29 



4,746 66 

285 63 
8 55 
6 73 

5,047 57 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-147 



Ansc St. Jean: Pier Repairs, July, Sept., 1898. 



Foreman, Benjamin Boudreault, 26 d. at $2 

Carpenters : Hylas Tremblay, 8 d. at $1.25, 10 at $1 .50 ; L. Bouchard. 9 d. at $1.25 

Labourers, days at SI : Bergeron, H. 6 ; Boivin, Pr., 4J ; Bouchard, Thos., 3£ ; Boudreault, 
Adelard 5, Xavier 9 ; Cote, Ei/.ear 7, Ls. 3'i ; Degagne, Ezide 11, Janvier 1£, Resimond 
13§; Gragn^ Alfred 2£, France 9§. Hercule 4; Godreault, Jos., 10; Harvey, Ed., 9; 
Boude, Pr., 9 ; Lavoie, Ferd. 4§, Petre, 2«; Martel, Geo. 2, Isaac 18, Rich. 12; Perron 
Adelard, 3 ; Tremblay, Cyp. 3, Eusebe 6. . 

Boudreault, J. Bte. : 9-in. spruce, 2,050 ft. at 5c. ; pine, 824 ft. of 9 x 12, 117 of 11 x 11, at 10c. 
14 x 11 x 3 deals, 907 at 25c. ; 7-in. nails, 6 kegs at $3 , 

Boudreault, Telesphore, 13 x 9 x 3 spruce deals, 350 at 25c , 

Colozza & Gobeil, f-in. iron, 1,031 lbs. at 2c 

Gagne, Xavier : iron, 358 lbs. at 2Ac ; iron bolts, 225 lbs. at 5c 

Girard, Joseph, 10 x 11 pine, 1,485~ ft. at 8c 

Goudreau, Edouard : iron, 400 lbs. at 2^c. ; iron bolts, 446 lbs. at 5c; spikes, 100 lbs. at 5c. . . 

Stone at $1 a toise : Adelard Boudreault, $12 ; Frs. Boudreault, $4 ; Janvier Desgagne, $4 ; 
Nap. Lavoie, $5 , . , 



Total carried to page Q— 5. 



Bale St. Paul : Cap aux Corbeaux. 

Repairing Wharf : July //-Oct. 8, 1898. 

Foreman, Jos. Tremblay : services, July 4-Oct. 8, 67 d. at $2 ; buying timber before July 
4, 17 d. at 2 ; horse-hire, $15 

Blacksmiths, days at $1.25 : J. M. Boivin, 7 ; Jos. Filion, 23 ; Ananias Larouche, i 

Man and horse, days at $1.50: Ferd. Drolet, 13| ; Israel Drolet, 28i ; Eug. Simard^ 19£ 

Carpenters, days at $1.25: Geo. Boiley, 34| ; J. M. Boivin, 4f ; Crispin Fortin, 10| ; Benj. 
Gravel, 15 ; Robt. Guay, 16 ; Ananias Larouche, 13 ; Ed. Lavoie, 19| ; Theoph. Lavoie, 
21£ ; Jos. Mailleux, 47i ; Pierre Mailleux, 47i ; Rieule Mailleux, 16| ; Geo. Simard, 7 ; 
Thos. Simard, 7| ; Ed. Tremblay, 48; Eug. Tremblay, 54^; Jos. Truchon, 13f; Jos. 
Verrault, 21 

Labourers, days at $1 : X. Boivin, 20; Ferd. Daniel, 37f ; Chs. Danielson, 19; Art. Fillion, 
m-, Ed. Lavoie, 16|; Hil. Lavoie, 22h ; Hon. Leblond, 27f ; Jos. Morin, lOf ; Art. 
Pe"rron, 40^ ; Jos. Perron, 12£ ; Geo. Simard, 19^ ; Geo. St. Gelas, 14 ; Alf. Tremblay, 
13f ; Ed. Tremblay, 214 ; Elz. Tremblay, 18| ; Theo. Tremblay, 10^ ; 27 others, each less 
than 10 d., 140| d. in all 

Allard, Pamph., 3 x 9-in. x 12 ft. spruce deals, 612 at 21c; Boiley, Adelard, 12 -in. white pine, 
1,340 ft. at 8c 

Boivin, Pamph., hire of bellows and anvil, 57 days at 25c 

Bouchard, Jos., 12-in. white pine, 175-ft. at 8c; Bouchard, Ls., 3 x 9-in. x 12 ft. spruce deals, 
132 at 21c , 

Gariepy, P. N.: white pine, 406 ft. of 12 x 12-in. at 13c, 202 ft. of 8 x 8-in. at 8c; 3 x 9-in. x 
12 ft. spruce deals, 340 at 21c 

Gagnon, Jos.: 9-in. x 12 ft. deals, 150 at 21c; 6 x 10 maple, 96 ft. at 13c; hardware, $1.45. . . 

Gagnon, Phil.: 3 x 9-in. x 12 ft. spruce deals, 362 at 21c; 12-in. sq. white pine, 156 ft. at 13c, 
25 at 12c; white pine, 12-in. diam., 398 ft. at 8c; nails, 5 kegs at $2.60, 5 at $2.50 ; hard- 
ware, $10.32 

Gravel, Simon, 3 x 9-in. x 12 ft. spruce deals, 68 at 21c; Plante, Vve. Nap., smiths' coal, 3 
bush, at 40c 

Mailloux, Ls.: white pine, 12-in. diam., 242 ft. at 8c; moving 1,500 deals from village to 
wharf, $23.60 

Morin, Jos., white pine : 12-in. diam., 326 ft. at 8c, 618 ft. at 7c; 15-in. posts, 53 ft. at 10c. . . 

Parent, Chs. A., Quebec : g-in. iron, 5,173 lbs. at $1.90; coal, 4 sacks at 80c; freight, $5.97. . 

Simard, Alex, white pine : 12 in. sq., 278 ft. at 13c; 10 in. sq., 292 ft. at 9c; 12 in. diam., 
168 ft. at 8c 

Simard, Anicet, 12-in. sq. w. pine, 156 ft. at 13c ; Simard, David, 3 x 9 in. x 12 ft. spruce 
deals, 83 at 21c 

Simard, Benj.: 12-in. white pine, 1,050 ft. at 13c; red pine deals, 200 at 21c; 7-in. 
nails, 8 kegs at $2 50 ; rope, 47 lbs. at 13c ; hardware, 56c 

Simard, Hermenegilde : white pine, 12 in. sq., 263 ft. at 13c; 12-in. diam, 610 ft. at 7c 

Simard, Maxime, 12-in. sq. w. pine, 500 ft. at 13c; Tremblay, Hil., 12-in. diam. w. pine, 36 
ft. at 8c 

Simard, Wilfrid: 12-in. sq. w. pine, 341 ft. at 13c; 12-in. diam. w. pine, 1,302 ft. at 7c, 913 
ft. at 8c ; 3 x 9 in. x 12 in. spruce deals, 32 at 21c 

Tremblay, Eugene : rent of boat, July 4-Oct. 8, 61 d. at 40c; rent of anchor, 2 m., $1 

Tremblay, Geo. : 12-in. diam. white pine, 336 ft. at 8c ; ^-in. chain, 97 lbs. at 5c 

Vandal, T. : iron, cut and pointed, 102 lbs. at 3^c. ; cutting and pointing iron, 48 lbs. at lc. . . 

Turgeon, Francois, white pine, 12-in. diam. 539 ft. at 8c 

Verrault, Chas., white pine : 12-in. diam., 1,220 ft. at 7c; 10 in. sq., 169 ft. at 9c 



1 — 10JQ 



Carried forward, 



$ cts. 

52 00 
36 25 



161 25 



441 35 
87 50 
20 62 
20 20 

118 80 
37 30 

25 00 


1,000 27 



183 00 
38 13 
92 38 



497 21 



457 25 



235 72 
14 25 

41 72 

140 34 
45 43 



166 96 
15 48 

42 96 

74 64 
107 47 

75 86 
37 71 

205 17 

76 89 

67 88 

215 23 

25 40 

31 73 

4 05 

43 12 
100 61 



3,036 59 



Q-148 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Baie St. Paul: Cap aux Corbeaux— Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Contract, and Expenses connected therewith. 



T^bl^o!^^ 

Viau* Laohance' & Hame'l,' Est." 1,' to' June 30,' 1899 : total contract; $12,500 '; three-eighths 
performed, $4,680 ; less drawback, $936 



Total, carried to page Q— 5. 



Berthier (en bas) : Repairs to Wharf: Sept. 27-Oct. 13, May 12. 



Luc Galibois, 12 ; Ed. Gaumont, 12| 



&^£%£2»* IS? 10 : Luo . . . ., ■ ■ ... ■ ... ■ ■ • - .,, 

Brown J & W D : sq. w. pine, 434 ft. 8 in. at 24c; white pine 934 ft. 6 m. at 3^0 
Gaenon & Frere : winch, $40 ; pinion, $1.25 ; cartage, 50c. • • • • 

at $2.50, 1 at $2.25 ; freight, 40c; sundries, 41c 



Total, carried to page Q— 5 



Bertliier (en liaut) : Dredging Bertliier Channel. 



Robillard, Jos. Ed., Montreal, services of dredge " ^Pierre, 'dredging to 9 ft. below zero 
June (18 «) 260 h., July 260 h., Aug. 270 h., Sept. 1 to 19 16 > h.; total 9o0 h. at « 

Ralston, Timothy, Berthier (en haut), inspector on dredge St. Pierre, June 1 
1898, 49 week days at $3 • ■ • • ■ 

Noiseux, Wm, Berthier (enhaut), inspector on dredge 



to July 27, 

St. Pierre," July 28 to Sept. 19 

S 9 itXpu d ttf„ S g a ou $ t 3 beacon; July' Y. 1898 V iiil. H d/at S1.50 I U^i i rt «!» 



Deni 

boat, 50c 

Marcoux, Chas., lumber 



Total, carried to page Q— 5. 



Cacouna: Extension to Wharf: Aug. 8-Oct. 31, 1898. 



29i ; Ls. Deschenes, 45£ ; Max. 

LeTesque, 48^ ; Zeph. Levesque, 45j ; Cyril 

Wm. Vaillancourt, 73 



Foreman, Alphonse Martin, 73 d. at $2 

Carpenters, davs at $1.25: Felix Chartier, 54J ; Mar. Cote 

S Cht . Langlois, 14| ; Jos. Laplante, 41 ; Johny Lausier 33* ; Jos. Lausier, fils, 27J ; 
Chas Lepage 33; Jos Lepage, 4f ; Ernest Levesque, 7; Johny Levesque 
chaud 21?Israei Nadeau, ll| ; Chas. Nicholas, 24; Arthur Vaillancourt, 5; Ludger 
Vaillancourt, 33| 



CarterfdTys°at $2 : Jos.' bucasse," 21; Jos. Ducasse '(fils Zacarie) 53; Martial Dumond, 22; 
Ed Galsault! 24i ; James Johnstone, 22J ; J. Bte. Laplante, 22^ ; David Levesque, Sft ; 
Jules Levesque, 10 ; Theo. Marquis 5j ; J os. Martin, 54 



Anctil, A.: 
Dube, Thoi 
Duguay, Pv., 3-in. spruce dealf 



sundries, $5.05. 



blasting powder, 2 kegs at $3.50 , «. 
Dube Thos.: iron, furnished and worked, 4,144 lbs. at 3|c; ^sundry smithwork, $5.61.. 



25 ft. 
14-ir 



dia., 20h and 22 ft. long at 
of 16 x 14-fn. x 25 ft. at 16c, 
. x 18i-27 ft. at 14c, 40 ft. of 



8-11-in. x 12-ft., 3,408 ft. at $9. . . . 
Cedar, 176 ft. of 12 x 12-in. x 16-28-ft. at 12c, 2,814* ft. of 12-in 
8c 484 ft. of 10-in. dia., 22 ft. long at 7c; spruce, 

ffcggZSttt 3&&3W8 ^ lWn.VlB.27 ft. a, 

1,028 ft. if 12-in. dia. 1B-36J ft. long at 8c 502 ft 

6.914 ft. cf W-n^lol^. lo J;|4 at 70., 16,624^ l 



22 ft. of 12 x 11-in. x 22 ft 
10 x 10-in. x 26 ft. at 10c 
of 11-in. dia. 20-22 ft. long at 7c 
of 6-in. dia. 10-30 ft. long at 3c 



$ cts. 
3,036 59 

178 41 

305 00 

3,744 00 

7,264 00 



paid as follows 

$52.87; Ernest Cayouette, $44.25 



9*J5±2^%Fiu'%E ^.?Tffi : 



Ls. Claimont, $9.26; Alf. Cote, $41.25; G. 



Carried forward. 



30 50 
39 39 
45 50 
50 00 
137 02 
41 75 
15 85 

25 06 



385 07 



6,650 00 
147 00 
138 00 

4 00 

2 28 



6,941 28 



146 00 



618 73 
50 32 



453 00 



382 00 
12 05 

150 65 
30 67 



1,843 42 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-149 



Caconna : Extension to Wharf — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Cedar, &c. — Con. 

$6.15 ; Ls. Desbiens, $13.50 ; Thos. Dionne, $32.78 ; Arsene Dube, $238.08 ; Tho. Dube, 
$21.60; Ernest Dumond, $47.75; Ls. Emond, $8; Aug. Gagnon, $31.05; Alf. Guay, 
$73.01; Art. Jalbert, $14.07; Elzear Jalbert, $26.33; Jos. Jalbert, $7.81; Mag. Jal- 
bert, $5.34; H. Larochelle, $49.14; J. Bte. Lernelin, $22.46; Pr. Lemelin, $13.97; 
Paul Meilloux, $12.45; Theodore Marquis, $12.30; Alph. Martin, $25.36; Chas. Mi- 
chaud, $48.22; J. Bte. Michaud, $20 96 ; Ls. Michaud, $11.25; Pitre Moreault, $11 10; 
Theo. Moreault, $13.20; Alph. Morin, $20.40; Jos. Nadeau, $66.77; Alfred Ouellet, 
$8.30; Jos. Ouellet, $15.92; Zeph. Paradis, $10.50; \rt. Pelletier, $74.55; Ed. Pelle- 
tier, $21.50; Ls. Pelletier, $65.27; Paul Pelletier, $17.49; Pr. Pelletier, $8.94 ; Aug. 
Plourde, $25.06 ; .1 . Bte. Plourde, $62.98 ; J. E. Plourde, $87.79 ; Jos. Richard, $9.04; 
Felix Saindou, $37.05; Gabriel Saindou, $33.12; Andre Simon, $65.89; Geo. Simon, 
$42.40; Tel. Simon, $40.18; Hon. Sirois, $75 21; H. J. Sirois, $5.77; J. M. Sirois, 
$35.64; Jos. Soucy, $4.18; A. St. lone, $81.09; Epiphane St. Pierre, $19.88; Isidore 
St. Pierre, $30.62; Chas. Therreault, $16.07; Amable Thibault, $11.85; Frs. Thibault, 
$7.20; Wm. Vaillancourt, $4.84 

5 payments under $8.50 : rent of boat, 2 m., $5 ; iron furnished and worked, 242 lbs. at 3£c. ; 
sundry, $15.98 

Total, carried to page Q— 5 

Cap Saute : Removal of Boulders, July 20-Sept. 27, 1898. 

Twin Stone Lifter, July 20-Sept. 27 :— 

Director, Geo. Rinfret, 58 days at $1.50 , 

Omer Lafleur, poller, 28 days at $1.50, 24 hrs. at 25c 

J. Bte. Matte : foreman, 111 hrs. at 35c. ; labourer, 4 hrs. at 25c. ; horse and scrapers, 8 h. 
at 25c. ; horse and stoneboat, 64 h. at 25c. ; use of stoneboat, $1.50 

Gustave Lord : labourer, 105 h. at 25c. ; horse and stoneboat, 58 h. at 25c 

Labourers, days at $1.25, hrs. at 25c. : Wilf. Belleau, 23 d., 13 h. ; Jos. Dagenais, 113 h. ; 

Hilaire Dagenais, 23 d., 13 h. ; Pr. Forquet, 108 h. ; Pierre Gignac, 23 d., 15 h. ; 

Hector Leclerc, 112 h. ; Theo. Lemay, 26 d., 17 h. ; Achille Papillon, 24 d., 19 h. . . . 

Cavanagh, Edw., Co. : dynamite, 50 lbs. at 67r,c. ; caps and fuse, $14.50; candles, 24 lbs. at 

15c. ; express, $1 

Falardeau, Chas. : cherry, 180 ft. at 3c. ; 2 pairs of oars at $2 a pair 

Rinfret, Geo. : preparing accounts, 2 d. at $1.50 ; telegrams and stationery, $1.53 

Smithwork : F. Blondeau, $1.75 ; Nap. Germain, $10.10 

7 payments under $3 : use of scraper, 26 h. at 5c. ; stoneboat, $2.50 ; deal, 25c. ; telegram 

50c. ; hardware, $3.15 , 



Total, carried to page Q — 5. 



Cedars Wharf : Repairs, &c., Sept. 16-Dce. 27, May 1-16. 

Foreman, Louis Sauve : services, 77 d. at $2 ; outlay, $9.85 

Carpenters, days at $1.75 : Onesime Mailean, 22| ; Hector Sauve, 9 ; Jos. Sauve, 55| 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Hector Sauve, 14^ ; Julien Sauve, 32^ 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Chas. Clement, 29^ ; Maurice Clement, 22 ; Aime Hott, 42£ ; 

Alf. Paquette, 41^ ; Gatien Seguin, 23J ; Xavier St. Marseille, 20 ; Ernest Valade, 38. . . 

Diver, Frank Bissonette, lj days at $3.25 ; painter, Chs. Clement, 5 d. at $1.50 

Cuillierier, J. O. : 1-in. round iron, 4.035 lbs. at $1.50 ; 8-in. ronnd nails, 4 kegs at $2.25 ; 

spikes, &c, 88 lbs. at 3c. ; hardware, $13.77 ; fre ght, $4.28 

Dionne, Antoine : bolts, points and heads, 442 at 3c. ; smithwoi'k, $1.75 

Grier, J., & B., Montreal: 12 x 12 hemlock, 1,488 1. ft. at 18c. ; 14-in. round hemlock, 746 

1. ft. at 12c. ; hemlock, 4-in. and 6-in. x 8-in. to 12-in. x 8-ft. and 12-ft., 10,888 ft. at $12; 

14-in. pine, S. 2 F., 696 1. ft. at 18c. ; tamarack, 1,188 ft. of 4 x 12, and 1,296 ft. of 6 x 12, 

at $24 

Montpetit, Godfroi : 3-in. red pine deals, 304 ft. at $35 ; cutting hemlock deals, 500 ft. 

at $2.50 

Seguin, Ovila : 2 pes. of 18-in. x 10-ft. oak for posts, $4 ; teaming, $7.50 

Thibeault, Geo. H. : 4 x 12 rough pine deals, 7 at $1 ; lumber, $9.23 

4 payments under $5 : rent, $3 ; use of jackscrews, $1 ; boat-hire, $1.50 ; cartage, $3 ; freight, 

$1.25; sundries, $2 

Total, carried to page Q — 5 



Chieoutimi : Wliarf Freight Shed, Oct. 1-Nov. 30, 1898. 

Foreman : Alph. Pedneault, 38 d. at $2 ; 1st Carpenter, Jos. Neron, 36 J d. at $1 50 
Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Cyp. Brassard, 10 ; Ephrem Duguay, 321 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
1,843 42 



2,112 06 
29 45 


3,984 93 



87 00 
48 00 



59 35 
40 75 



251 25 

52 84 
9 40 
4 53 

11 85 

7 70 



572 67 



163 85 

152 27 

70 50 

271 28 
11 56 

90 22 
15 01 



672 90 

11 89 
11 50 
16 23 

11 75 

1,498 96 



130 38 
52 81 



183 19 



Q-150 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Chiccutiini : Wharf Freight Shed— Concluded. 

Brought forward ... 

Labourers, days at $1 : Wm. Blackburn, 20| ; Willy Cloutier, 18 ; Thade Desbien, 13| ; 

Baptiste Dube, 33| ; Wilfrid Gauthier, 26 ; David Grenon, 33^ ; Jos. Pedneault, 34| ; 

Come Savard, 18 ; Philip Savard, 19| ; Xavier Savard, 33^ ; Jos. Tremblay, 2 

Carters, days at $1.50: Henry Bergeron, 10; Didier Blackburn, 2^; Aimee Boily, 8; E. 

Gagnon, 18^ ; Jos. Neron, 22^ ; Alfred Tremblay, 17 ; C. Tremblay, 11 

Boily & Claveau, hardware, $3.10 ; Gilbert, Henry, fer taraude, 447 lbs. at 10c 

Colozza & Gobeil : spikes, 377§ lbs. at 3c. ; grindstone, 72 lbs. at 3^c. ; sundry, $3 

Cote, Boivin &Cie, cedar : 9-in. round, 220 ft. at 5c. ; 8 x 9 sq., 144 ft. at 7c. ; 7 x 7, 106 ft. 

at 5c. ; 11 x 11, 180 ft. at 10c 

Girard, Elie : madriers, 3 x 11 x 13, 75 at 25c. ; T. and G. plank, 13,279 ft. at $15. 

God bout, A. : clapboards, 3,222 ft. at $25 ; T. and G. plank, 1,628 ft. at $15 ; 3-in. deals, 19 

at 25c. ; sundry lumber, $13. 60 

Grenon, Wilfrid, pine : 7x7, 100 ft. at 5c. ; 8 x 9, 131 ft. at 7c. ; 11 x 11, 30 ft. at 10c 

Lacombe, E., & Cie : nails, 900 lbs. at 2-|c ; sundry, 60c 

Larouche, Antime : pine, 819 ft. of 11 x 11 at 10c, 112 of 9 x 9 at 5c. ; 3-in. deals, 32 at 25c. . 

Larouche, Louis : plank, 813 ft. at 5c. ; pine, 238 ft. of 9 x 7 at 7c, 45 of 11 x 11 at 10c 

Lemieux, Ed, : 9 x 9 spruce, 292 ft. at 7c ; 9-in. round cedar, 274 ft. at 5c ; pine, 156 ft. of 

9 x 8 at 7c, 586 of 11 x 3 at 5c 

Price Bros., & Co., deals : 109 at 25c ; culls, 60 at 16c 

St. Laurent, Chs., galvanized iron roofing, 1,700 ft. at 10c 

Total, carried to page Q— 5 

Coteau Landing: Dredging. 

Gauthier, Thos., Montreal, services of Dredge No. 6, dredging at Coteau Landing, 1898 

July, 268 hrs.; Aug., 297£ hrs.; Sept., 297 hrs.; Oct., 195 his.; total, 1,0572 hrs. at $8. . 

Methot, Alex., inspector of dredging : July 1-Oct. 5, 83 d. at $3.50 ; Oct. 6-28, 21 d. at $3. . 

Lalonde, J. H. : rope, 16 lbs. at 15c ; sounding pole, 50c 



Total carried to page Q— 5. 



Doucet's Landing, P.Q. : Dredging: June 25-Aug. 22, 1898. 

Three Rivers Harbour Comrs., Dredge " No. 7," June 28- Aug. 17 : 

Captain, H. Meunier, 48 days at $3 

Craneman, K. Aubertin, 48 days at $2 . 50 

Fireman, G. Lebrun, 50 days at $1.35 

Deckhands, 48 days each at $1.20: A. Beaulieu, H. Meunier, M. Pilotte, R. Sauvageau. 
Watchman, N. Lafrance, 30 days at $1.30, 19 days at $1.20 

Stone Lifter No. 1, Aug. 10-22 :— 

Captain, E. Lemay, 13 days at $40 a month , 

Engineer, Jos. Normandant, 13 days at $30 a month 

Deckmen, 13 days each at $20 a mo.: J. Abel, Ph. Beaudet, Herm. Jacques, L. Mailhot. 

Labourers, days at $1, dumping scows, &c, June 25-Aug. 16 : Honore Beaubien, 19^; Jos. 
Belief euille, 43 ; Thos. Boudreau, 19| ; Na) c. Brisson, 35J ; David Cormier, 44f ; Ernest 
Coulombe, 24^ ; Phil. Desilet, 3| ; Jean Doucet, 3| ; Ferd. Dumont, 44| ; Jos. Dumont 
19| ; A. Dupont, 1 ; Ern Q st Dureau, 28^ ; H. Lanneville, 3 ; Jos. Lanneville, 7 ; Thos 
Lanneville, 12J ; Treffle Lanneville, 12 ; Zepb. Lanneville, 6^ ; Geo. Levesque, 11J ; Win 
Levesque, 29 ; Tel. Pruneau, 13 ; David Richard, 24 ; Jos. Richard, 23| ; Oliver Rich- 
ard, 42f ; Zeph. Richard, 2?i 

Baptiste, Alex. : hire of Str. " Beatrice," 2 h. at $3.50 ; use of slip, &c, $5 ; repairing scow, 
5£d. at $1.50; lumber, oakum, &c, $1.75 

Bellefeuille, Joseph : labour on board yacht "Jubilee," 6 days at $1 

Bourgeois, Capt. Chas. : towing, $36 ; rent of boat, 39 d. at 50c ; rent of 2 anchors, 47 days, 
$3; fares and freight, $6.35 

Bourgeois, Joseph: services taking soundings, inspecting dredging, &c, June 25-Aug. 22, 
50 days at $2 ; freight, 77c ; travel and outlay, $58.08 

Bourgeois, Jos,, et Cie : rope, 61 lbs. at 15c, 35 at 18c.; steel shovels, 9 at 80c; carter, 11 days 
at $2 ; sundry lumber, $14.90 ; sundry hardware, $29.29. . . 

Dominion Foundry : hire of yacht "Jubilee," June 29- July 3, 4 days at $5 ; repairing dam 
ages to yacht, $27 

Godin, J. N. : services of yacht, " Marie Louise," July 4, 5 hours 

Harbour Commissioners, Three Rivers: hire of dredge "No. 7" and 2 flat scows, June 28 to Aug. 
17, 44 days at $24 ; one anchor replaced 300 lbs. at 4c ; § of $48 . 99, cost of stores and 
materials supplied dredge (less § of $12, cost of anchor), $24.66 ; ^ cost for towing dredge 
and scows from and to Montreal, $137 .50 

Jourdain, L. G., If -in. cable, 262 lbs. at 10fc 

Moreault, Jos. : board of Capt. H. Meunier, 39 days at 50c; board for stone lifter men, 9-25 
Aug. at 50c a day each, $45 

Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
183 19 

252 75 



134 25 
47 80 
16 85 


44 38 
217 94 


123 32 
17 17 
23 10 

95 50 
61 81 


74 36 

36 85 
170 00 



1,499 27 



8,458 00 

353 50 

2 90 



J, 814 40 



144 00 


120 00 


67 50 


230 40 


61 80 


16 78 


12 58 


33 56 



500 50 



21 63 
6 00 


64 85 


158 85 


87 09 


47 00 

7 00 


1,230 16 
27 51 


64 50 


2,901 71 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-151 



Doucet's Landing, P.Cl. : Dredging— Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Panneton Blouin : steam coal, 15 tons at $3 . 75 

Paul, Capt. N. : services with steam tug " Willie C," unloading barges, July 4 -Aug. 24, 45 

days at $12 

St. Maurice Lumber Co. : services of str. "Blandford," 2 h. at $4 ; services endeavouring to 

haul barge off shore, $4 

Thibodeau, Chas. : boarding dredgemen. June 29-Aus?. 1G, at 50c. a day each 

Smithwork: F. X. Bellefeuille et frere, $14.97; Ed. Painchaud, $12.25; Albert Richard, 



8!). 15 



Four payments under $(5 ; rent of jack screws, 
of hemlock at 810 ; telegrams, $5.83 



.20; joists, 200 ft. of spruce at $15, 120 ft 



Total carried to page Q 



Grande Riviere, Repairs to Breakwater : Sept. 1 to Nov. 8, 1898. 

Foreman, James Cody, 52 d. at $2 

Labourers, days at $1 ; John Ducet, 6 ; Joseph Leblanc, 44 

Labourers, days at 90c. : Nic. Bernage, 6 ; Alex. Beliveau, 7| : Moses Bison, 10; Ed. Bodin, 
15 ; Tos. Bodin, 14 ; Noel Bodin, 12 ; Philip Bodin, 11 ; L. Chas. Boutin, G ; Jos. Clutier, 
20 ; Patk. Cody, 43 ; Geo. Couture, 5 ; Fdk. Hutton, 13^ ; Alex. Le Breux, 31 ; Ls. Le 
Breux, 5 ; John Longley, 54 ; Chas. Methot, 6 ; Aug. Moseault, 6 ; Wm. McGuire, 7 ; 
Wm. Sheehan, 28 ; Oct. Sirois. 3£ ; Jas. Sullivan, 10 ; Fidel Ward, 6 

Labourers, days at 80c: Alex. Blais, 6 ; Fide) Bodin, 30f ; John Bodin, 10 ; Jas. Boutin, 15 ; 
Danl. Couture, 6 ; J. Bte. Couture, 5f ; Jos. Dube, 18 ; Frs. Lafontaine, 7 ; Chas. Le- 
moginon, 4 ; Philip Lemoginon, 7 ; Isidore Nicholas, 7 ; P. Stibre, 6^ ; Celestin Trepanier, 
6 ; Clem. Valley, 6 ; Jas. Wafer, 6 

Dumais, Paul T. C, round iron, 450 lbs. at $2.30, 100 at $2.40 

Keays, James, 12 x 8-in. birch sheeting, 12 and 11 ft. long. 3,312 ft. at $12.50 

Landry, John : making 20-in. bolts into 10-in. bolts. 1,400 lbs. at 60c; making 18 and 15-in. 
bolts, 5,578 lbs. at lc ; sundries, 90c 

McNeil, James, drawback at the rate of $4.90 per M. kept on 9,000 ft. black birch sheeting, 
payable on delivery at Grand Riviere from Little Pabos, where left in 1896-97 ($8 a M. or 
$72 paid to foreman Jas. Cody in 1896-97, page Q — 130, when timber was stored at Little 
Pabos) 

Samson & Filion : f sq. iron, 3,508 lbs. at $1.90 ; galv. roofing, 112 lbs. at 5c; nails, 72c. . . . 

Str. " Monticello," freight on iron and spikes 

3 payments under $6 : 4-in. spruce plank. 525 ft. at 85c; scow, $4 ; hardware, $5.38. 



Total carried to page Q — 5 . 



Iberville, Wharf: March 1 to June 30, 1899. 

Conductor, Alphege Boivin, 96 d. at $2.50 

Engineer, Nap. Charette, March- April, 54 d. at $2.50 

Carpenter, Ed. Boivin, April-May, 23 d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.75: Jos. Bernard, 15; Nap. Bernard, 17| ; Ed. Boivin, 8f ; Jsaie 
Chevalier, 35^ ; Jos. Delaurier, 24^ ; Chas. Forant, 48f ; Narc Gamache, 52J ; Adolphe 
Goyette, 15& ; Xav. Goyette, 29| ; Xav. Guerin, 24 ; Theo. Joubert, 9£. 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Arcand, Jos., 8 ; Balthesard, Johnny, 22^ ; Barriere, Jos., 6 ; Benoit, 
Jos., 84; Bessette, Johnny, li ; Boucher, Israel, 15f ; Bousquet, Narc, 8| ; Chevalier, 
Ed. 29f, Isaie 11^ ; Cdte, Servule, 10£ ; Delaurier, Jos. lOf ; Dubeau, Eusebe 28^, Nor- 
mand 6rr ; Duquett, Amedee, 12; Florent, Hy., 6£ ; Fontaine, Jos., 16; Forant, Ls., 
3* ; Gagnon, J. B., 2'2h ; Goyette, J. B. 12, Jos. 6 ; Gregoire, Alf. 29, Ls. 18^ ; Jou- 
bert, Henri 35, Jos. 19^, Oscar 16 ; Labelle, Ludger, 3^ ; Laporte, Zephir, 6£ ; Long- 
tin, Pierre, 28^ ; Menard, Ernest, 17 ; Normandin, Henri, 22^ ; Ouimet, Odilon, 1| ; 
Prairie, Raoul, 13 ; Prevost, Henri, 15 ; Simard, Jos., 28| ; Surprenant, F. X. 32, Horm. 
H, Philias 15h ; Thuot. Horm. 15£, Jos. 17| ; Tremblay, Henri, 5 

Carters, days at $2 : Isr. Boucher, 3^ ; Pr. Duquette, 14| ; Colbert Gregoire, 19| ; Ernest 
Menard, 14:| , 

Carter, Johnny Balthazard, 1£ d. at $1 . 25 

Pay-list, Feb. 20 to 25, taking pile-driver, tools, &c, from Ottawa to Iberville — 

Conductor, Nap. Charette, 4 d. at $2.50 ; team, Jos. Lagasse, 2^ d. at $2.50 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Conrad Beaudet, 4 ; Pierre Charette, 5 ; Alb. Paquin, 2 

Bousquet, N. & Cie ($2,928.28)— 

Tamarack, 12 x 12-in., 12 to 36 ft. long, 54,708 ft. B.M. at $16 

Tamarack at $26 : 5 x 10-in., 10 to 13 ft. long, 7,004 ft.; not described, 7,587 ft 

Tamarack, 18 to 25 ft. long, 4,225 ft. at 20c 

Pine : 21 to 27 ft. long, 658 1. ft. at 25c; not described, 1,025 ft. at $18 

Hemlock, 4-in., 38,764 at $12 ; sundry lumber, $180.45 

Ry., freight on 2 cars derrick material, Ottawa to Iberville, 40,000 lbs. at 19c 

Carried forward 



C. P. 



Q-152 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Iberville Wharf — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Chaudiere Machine Co., Ottawa: fittings for repg. hoisting-engine, $40.38; machine work 
138 h. at 40c; castings, 72 lbs. at 3c 

Labelle, Ludger, roofing, 63 squares at $7 ; O'Cain, Jas., steam coal, 5§ net tons at $5 

Lafleur, J. L. : 1^-in. iron pipe, l,685f ft. at 8^c. ; tees, 110 at 45c; crosses, 110 at 53c 

Regnier & Frere : nails, 8 kegs of 8-in. at $3.75, 1 of 6-in. at $3 ; wire nails, 8 kegs of 8-in. at 
$3.75; coal tar, 195 galls, at 20c; 4 tar brushes, $4.60; iron, 170 lbs. at 4c; rope, 173| 
lbs. at 16c ; sundry hardware, $66.53 

Regnier, L. E. ($1,357.45)— 

Pierre a rernplir, 70 toise at $8 ; picrre rang, 2,400 cub. ft. at 17c 

Bolts, 1-in., 4,340 lbs. at 4jc ; washers and spikes, 5,125 lbs. at 4c 

Beauregard, J. B. H., Iberville, legal services re Jas. Black, Jan. to May, 1899 



Total carried to Page Q— 5. 



lie aux Coudres: Repairs to Wharf, July 9 to Sept. 13, 1898. 

Foreman, Seraphim Dufour, 48 d. at $2 

Carpenter, Alfred Mailloux, 47 d. at $1.20 

Blacksmiths, d. at $1.10 : Germain Desmeules, 13 ; Narc Harvey, 6 ; Alfred Tremblay, 12^, 

Labourer, Gilbert Desmeules, 47 d. at $1 

106 labourers, 334^ d. in all at $1 

Boudrault, Jean, 12 x 12 pine, 60 ft. at 12c; 12 x 12 spruce, 35 ft. at 10c; 12-in. round spruce 

48 ft. at 5c 

Dufour, Alexis: spruce, 29J ft. of 11 x 11 at 9c, 53 of 12 x 12 at 10c, 22 ft. of 12-in. round 

at 5c ; 10-in. round cedar, 63 ft at 8c ... 

Dufour, Noel : spruce, 44 ft. of 12 x 12 at 10c, 39| of 11 x 11 at 9c, 42 of 12-in. round at 5c 

10-in. round cedar, 52 ft. at 8c 

Gagnon, Joseph : 6 x 10 maple, 512 ft. at 13c; 12 ft. spruce deals, 143 at 21c; sundries, $2.04. 

Harvey, Desire, freighting maple and deals from Bay St. Paul 

Harvey, Jude : spruce, 49^ ft. of 7 x 8 at 8c; 161 ft. of 11-in. round at 5c 

Parent, Chas. A. : |-in. iron, 2,218 lbs. at $1.90 ; 7-in. nails, 3 kegs at $2.50 ; 8-in. spikes, 2 

kegs at $3.75 ; 6 minots smith's coal, $2.40 ; freight, 35c 

Simard, Benjamin, 3 x 9 x 12 spruce deals, 250 at 21c 

Simard, Phidime, 6 x 10 maple, 364 ft. at 10c 

Tremblay, Alexis, freighting maple from Les Eboulements 

Timber, payments under $10 : round cedar, 258i ft. of 10-in. at 8c, 96 ft. of 8-in. at 5c; 6 x 

10 maple, 30 ft. at 10c; pine, 54 ft. of 9 x 9 "and 192^ of 7 x 8 at 8c; spruce, 196i ft. of 12 

xl2 at 10c, 84 at 12c, 80i ft. of 11 x 11 at 9c, 640 ft. of 12-in. round at 5c 



Total carried to Page Q — 5 . 



Isle Perrot : Addition to Wharf, North Side. 



Pay-lists and Accounts, July 1 to Aug. 



Foreman, Patrick Meloche, 50 d. at $2 

Carpenter, d. at $2 : Hilaire Caron, 1\ 

Carpenters, d. at $1 . 75 : Ls. Chantal, 6 ; J. Stoker, 1 2| 

Carpenters, d. at $1.50: Frank Bertrand, 4; J. Bte. Pilon, 26; Jos. Scraire, 19; Moise 
Scraire, 23 ; Jos. Stocker, 21^ 



Labourers, d. at $1 . 25 : Just. Belanger, 1; Dozite Dubreuil, 10; Ant. Gauthier, 2; Caput 

firavpl 1 3 • TTil T.atnur 1 &1 • Ancr T.orln<-> Q- finrlfro-tf St-.nnlrf r 1 34 • TTorm S-Jt.nnlrpr sr 



26tj ; Horm. Stocker, jr., 11 

Carter, d. at $1 . 50 : Alphonse Montpetit, 1 

Dubreuil, Dozite : posts, 2 at $2.50 

Grier, J. & B. , 6-in. hemlock 10 ft, long, 1,730 ft. at 4c ; 12 x 12 in. hemlock, 3,370 ft. at 15c; 

12 x 12 in. pine, 1,896 ft. at $20 a M.; 8 x 12 in flatted pine, 2,800 ft. at $20 a M.; 6 x 12 

hem. 8 ft. long, 912 ft. at $9 ; 4-in. hem. 5,935 ft. at $9 ; 168 pieces of planed pine, 10-12 

ft. long, 1,796 ft. at $22 ; 72 pieces of flatted hem., 20-33 ft. long, 1,696 ft. at 9c 

Lafleur, J. L.: £-in. rd. iron, 2,687 lbs. at $1 .50; 8-in. wire nails, 3 kegs at $1.90 ; 27 x f-in. 

drift bolts, 1,082 lbs. at 3ic; sundries, $3.20 

Leduc, Joseph, hardware, paint and oil, $5 . 15 

Leduc, Joseph, piece of land purchased for right of way, inclusive of old wharf and exclusive 

of workshop and storehouse 

Leduc, Zeph., smith work, $7.23 ; Meilleur, Pierre, smith work, $10.15 

Stone, toise at $3 : Amede Groulx, 7 ; Roger Groulx, 15 ; Jos. Leduc, 9| ; Zeph. Leduc, 10 ; 

Alph. Montpetit, 11 ; Jos. Robillard, 2; Moise St. Denis, 8^ 

Earth, cub. yds. at 50c : Roger Groulx, 12^ ; Zeph. Leduc, 4 ; Alph. Montpetit, 4 ; Moise 

St. Denis, 4 



Crrried forward, 



$ cts. 
4,786 13 



97 74 

74 26 

251 05 



207 69 

968 00 

389 45 

10 00 

6,784 32 



96 00 
56 40 
34 65 
47 00 
334 25 

13 10 

14 10 



14 22 

98 63 

8 00 

12 01 


59 90 

52 50 

36 40 

4 00 


117 18 


998 34 



100 00 
15 00 
32 38 

139 88 



130 64 
1 50 
5 00 



922 39 

87 08 
5 15 

500 00 
17 38 

189 00 

12 25 



2,157 65 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q- 153 



Isle Perrot : Addition to Wharf, North Side— Conetaded. 

Brought forward 



Pay-fat* and Accounts, April 4-1/,, June 19-30, 1899. 



Foreman, Zeph. Leduc, 17 d. at $2 

Carpenter, John Stoker, 15 d. at SI . 75 

Car Denir'll d ' at $1 ' 5 ° : Mi0hel LedU °' * ' l ' Mcriie'Lediii' 11; J. B. Pi'lon,' 8 ; ' Alpli.' St 

Labourers at 81 . 25 : J. Bte. Pilon,' 6 d!j ' Armidas Stoker! 5 d 

Dandurand, Roger, rent of winch 

St. Denis, Moise : stone, 6 toise at S3 ; cartage and freight 
Hardware, S12. 97 ; sundries, S4. 70 ' 

Leduc, Jos : stone, 31 toise at S3 ; plank," 1,'6J4 ft. atSl2 ; ' pine deals, 'S-'in. "face measure ' 512 



'.22; hardware, $15.03. 



Total carried to page Q— 5 . 



Kamouraska: Repairs and Extension of Wharf: Aug. 8-Nov. 13, 

Foreman, Rodolph Crepault, 68 d. at $2. . . 
Carpenter, d. at 81.50, Pierre Plourde, 60i 



1898. 



Carpenters d. at SI 2o: Louis Bouchard, 3; Bruneau Charrette, 42£ ; Oct." Desjardins 37f' 
Krr' 521 ' Jos. Landry 40^; Chas. Lavoie, 5 ; Eug. Lavoie, 50 " E L Levesque' 
fj ^nVTSPS&J J er T e Le T esque ' 45 ^ Alf - Michaud, 15*; Oct. Michaud I 4o| ' 
t v JoS ' 0u J ellet ' £$L Phid. Ouellet, 22*; Jos. Pelletier, 51| ; Jean Plourde 57 xlICnaua ' ^ 
Labourers d. at Si : Thos. Albert 8 ; Alp. Beaulieu, 26f ; Arthur BeaulSi,' 38| \ Elie Beau! 
Pi l'o nl L0U1 L 1 ? 0S ^' 1 27 ^, A1 P h - 9^on, 11± ; Jos. Caron, 38 ; J. Bte. Chan ber and T" 
Pitre Chasse 50|; Cleo Chouinard, 25; David Cote, 23i Rom. Dechatne 17 Geor-e 
Desjardms 10| ; Jos Desjardins, 45J ; Pi tre Despres, 28£ ; Germ Sonne & • Eue 
Labne o2|; Ivanhoe Labne 12| ; Ls. Labrie, 1 ; Clem. Lallemand, 20| ; Pr. Landrf 
Al A fhur Laplante, 3 ; Ferd. Levesque, 2*; Jos. Levesque, 7; Henri M chtud 2 '• 
J. Bte. Michaud, 4of ; Ludger Ouellet, 6 ; T. Paradis, 33*; Em. Siro^sf Alf The' 



Carter, d. at g ft Thos SrtV H . ' ^ Y *®»™"«> «* : **' VaiUancourt, si*. . 



boutot, 23| ; Arth 
ter, 
Carters, d ; Jos. Beaulieu, 19 ; Chas.' Bosse 

If ; Art. Cha 
Nar. Dube, 5* 



&i?$taS^L?35r<2S 



Desjardins, 23| ; Germ. Dionne, 7 

3 ; Xavier Landry, 7 ; Arth. 

Jos. Levesque, 9 ; Paschal L 

Michaud 16 1 ; Ovide Michaud, 11 ; Wm. Michaud, 3 ; Chas. Oue-lle 

Paradis, 2 ; Em Pelletier, 2; Etienne Pelletier, 39;' Jos. Pelletier 8? ' lSn PeUeti^r 

16 ; Luc Richard, 34|; Thadie Richard, 18 ; Arsene Roussel, 6 ; Donation Roussel 9 



n f' 1 ,oR uh( k ^ ; r Dem - rrancfle ur, 3i ; Chas. Landry, 

Laplante, 33|; Dam. Levesque, Sh : Ferd. Levesque 15- 

ivesque,39i; Pr. Madore, 21 ; Add. Michaud, 8*; Henri 



Bard, Alphonse, smithwork 



Bosse Wm cedar and spruce,' 8 to 12 in! dia., 20 to 35 ft.' long', 2,582 ft at 5c 

Tp b r: r ce n 2 d 2 fo TfT [oZ^TT* "* ? ° f 2 , 6 t0 3 ° * ^ at ^ 8 ^ ft 'at 9c. \ 12-in 
A to Zb ft. long, 133 ft. at 8c; cedar and spruce, 311 ft. of 10-in. at 8c 



of 8-in. at 5c. 



1,009 ft, 



1 „ * rt ' f u , g -' ?? dar and spruce, 8-in. dia., 2,937 ft. at 5c 

c 

1 



MrTi-f' Aphr ? dise ,' tr ansport of sq. timber from St. Paul' to wharf,' 1,960 ft. 'at Uc 
Morin, Joseph, red pine, 12xl2-m., 942 ft. at 10c * 



£? &£ .^AJ 6 ^ "d°?.* at •« "W 222J Ibk at 16c. , round an,! square 



51 ft. of 12-in. dia. at 

*" fe SJK.m.'S ££ SS& at 10ic - ^ ft - of n * llin - - 10 -' 330 K 

TremhUv' ?,?V,lf Co -. n - in - ce u dar - 22 ~? 5 ''• lon g ,'l,673 ft.' at' lijc'. ":.'..'. 

Carried forward 



I eta. 

2,157 65 



34 00 
26 25 

52 50 
13 75 
3 00 
39 25 
17 67 



142 66 



2,486 73 



136 00 
90 75 



776 31 



793 00 
75 26 



670 54 

9 60 
129 10 



157 20 

184 19 

93 95 
54 56 

146 85 
24 50 

94 20 
15 85 



332 79 
29 62 

138 40 
37 52 

194 02 

188 21 

20 00 

72 28 

304 08 



4,768 78 



Q-154 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Kamouraska : Repairs and Extension of Wharf— Concluded. 

Brought forward , 

Supplies, March to June, 1899. 

Beaulieu, Jos.: cedar, 168i ft. of 11 x 11 at 12c, 200 ft. of 11-in. dia. at 9c; 11 xll tamarack, 
104i ft. at lie; 11 x 11 spruce, 426^ ft. of hewn at 10c, 514 ft. of sawn at lie; 12 x 12 
redpine, 22 ft. at 13c 

Daly, R. : 10 x 10 spruce, 750 ft. at 10c ; 10-in. cedar, 161 ft. at 6c 

Migneault, Jos., round 10-in. spruce, 52 ft. at 8c . 

Paradis, Jos.: 10-in. spruce, 27 ft. at 8c; 9-in. cedar, 145| ft. at 6c 

Total, carried to page Q — 5 

Lake St. John : Piers. 

Peribonka Wharf: March 1-31, May 1-31, 1899 ($1,199.31). 



Foreman, Alphonse Pedneault, 36 d. at $2 

First carpenter, days at $1.50 : Thos. Tremblay, 35 ; Geo. Lavoie, 10f 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Jean Bouchard, 6f ; Alf. Simard, b\ 

Carpenter at $1.25, Xavier Savard, 35 d 

Labourers, days at $1 : Nap. Bellemare, 173 ; Em. Bergeron, 14^ ; Ls. Bernier, 16^ ; Willy 

Bernier, 9^ ; Jos. Bofi, 9 ; Nap. Boh, 4| ; J. O. C. Duguay, 10 ; Emile Lapointe, 17 ; 

B. Larouche, | ; I. Larouche, 4| ; Jos. Larouche, Uh : A. Rouleau, § ; F. Roy, 85 

Bergeron, H., pine, 9 x 9-in., 1,100 ft. at 5c, 11 x 11-in., 500 ft. at 10c 

Colozza & Gobeil, bolt iron, 784 lbs. at 5c,; Duguay, J. O. C, 11x11 pine, 65 ft. at 10c 

Duguay, Ones., 11 x 11 pine, 25 ft. at 10c; Gagne, Alf., 11 x 11 pine, 55 ft. at 10c 

Gilbert, Pitre, bolt iron, 1,300 lbs. at 5c; Guay, Ones., 11 x 11 pine 60 ft. at 10c 

Larouche, Louison : bolt iron, 975 lbs. at 5c ; bolts, 80 lbs. at 5c 

Larouche, Mars: pine, 11 x 11-in., 685 ft. at 10c, 9 x 9-in., 150 ft. at 5c ; rJ. 10-in., 520 ft. at 5c 

Lavoie, Geo., 11 x 11 pine, 90 ft. at 10c ; St. Gelais, Jos., bolt iron, 315 lbs. at 5c 

Niquette, Ed., round tamarack, 7-in., 810 ft. at 3c, 10-in, 479 ft. at 5c 

Simard, Alfred, pine, 11 x 11-in., 50 ft. at 10c, 9 x 9-in., 120 ft. at 5c 

Tremblay &Frere : 11x11 pine, 2,092 ft. at 10c; rd. 9-in, 968 ft. at 5c; hammer, $1.25 ; nails, 50c 
Tremblay, Etienne, stone, 15 toise at $9 

St. Felicien : March 1-April 30. 



Forman, John Poitras, 31 d. at $2 ; carter, T. Simard, 3| d. at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Adj. Rousseau, 17 ; P. Rousseaxi, 4 ; W. Tremblay, 7 

Labourers, days at $1 : Ls. Jacques, 11 ; Eph. Simaid, 18^ ; Geo. Simard, 12 ; Thos. Simard. 

22tj ; 26 others, each less than 10 d., in all 141§ d , 

Boutin, A. : 11 x 11 tamarack, 800 ft. 10c ; 9 in. diam. cedar, 450 ft. at 5c 

Dumas, Nap., bolt iron, 397 lbs. at 5c ; Fortin, Jos., bolt iron, 363 lbs. at 5c 

Hebert & Jalbert : 11 x 11 tamarack, 380 ft. at 10c ; 9 in. diam. tamarack, 210 ft. at 5c : 

stone, 4 toise at $4 ; 4 x 10 in. deals, 9 of 15 ft. at 50c, 4 of 12 ft. at 40c 

Potvin, Jos., bolt iron, 313 lb*, at 5c ; Tremblay, E., 11 x 11 tamarack, 750 ft. at 10c 

Savard, Xavier : 11 x 11 tamarack, 1,491 ft. at 10c ; 9 in. diam. tamarack, 2,247 ft. at 5c : 

stone, 13 toise at $4 ; bolt iron, 1,900 lbs. at 5c ; nails and spikes, 357| lbs. at 4|c 

Lake St. John, Generally : Buoy * ($250). 

Scott, B. A., placing buoys and beacons and taking soundings, season of 1898 : 

Mistassini, 25 miles, placing 50 buoys and beacons 

Peribonka, 5 miles, placing 8 buoys and beacons 

Assouapmouchouan, 12 miles, placing 25 buoys and beacons 

Roberval Harbour, 1 mile, placing 4 buoys and beacons 

Grande Decharge, placing 1 buoy 



Generally. 

Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q— 262) 

Total carried to page Q — 5 



Laprairie : lee Piers, Dredging Channel, &c. 

Moore, T. F., Montreal, services of dredge " T. F. M., No. 1," dredging channel at Laprairie, 
1898 : July 214 h., Aug. 265 h., Sept. 260 h., Oct. 1-15, 114 h., Oct. 24-Nov. 9 125| h. ; 
total, 978f hrs. at $8 

Chevrier, A. C., inspector of dredging, July 1-Nov. 9. 110 d. at $3 ; outlay, $1.88. 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
4,768 78 



151 76 

84 66 

4 16 

10 86 


5,020 22 



72 00 


77 63 


18 38 


43 75 


124 75 


105 00 


45 70 


8 00 


71 00 


52 75 


102 00 


24 75 


48 25 


11 00 


259 35 


135 00 


67 63 


35 02 


205 25 


102 50 


38 00 


70 60 


90 65 



424 54 



142 00 
28 43 

68 22 
5 67 
5 68 



100 00 
2,583 50 



7,830 00 
331 88 



8,161 88 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-155 



Laprairie : Ice Piers, Dredging Channel, Sec— Concluded 

Brought forward 

Pay-lists and Accounts, July 21-30, 1898, May 19- June 30, 1899. 

Foreman, Louis Racine : 43 d. at $2 ; looking after timber at flood, 1 d. in Apr., $2 

Second, C. A. Lefebvre, 26£ d. at $1.75 

Stone- placers, days at $1 . 50 : Jos. Brisson 34|, Thos. DeGruchy 34^ 

Stone-placers, days at $1.25 : Pierre Arsenault, 25 ; Gilbert Decelle, 34^ ; Alph. Laguerre, 34£ ; 

Leon Robidoux, 33£ ; Ls. Roy, pere, 10$ ... 

Labourers, days at. SI : Isaac Audet, 24|; Pierre Boucher, 15£ ; Naser Carbon neau, 11^ ; Adrien 

Charian, 12$ ; Alph. Cromp, 27 ; Ls. Cromp, 11 ; Denis Cusson, 10^ ; Moise Defayette, 32| ; 

Ferd. De Grouchy, 23 ; Leandre Donait, 13$ ; Oct. Lefebvre, 15 ; Willier Martin, 11 ; Jos. 

MacNeil, 15 ; Ls. Roy, fils, 10 ; Ludger Roy, 14$ ; Isidor Ste. Marie, 10$ ; 29 others, each 

less than 10 d., 133 d. in all 

Carters, days at $1.75 : Max. Audet, 9^ ; J. B. Beauvais, 13 ; Wilbrod Boye, 10$ ; Nap. Bruneau, 

11£ ; J as. Carle, pere, 114 ; Ismael Decelle, 6£ ; Michel Decelle, 26 ; Albany Denault, 36 ; 

Damase Emond,24 ; Jos.Emond,10 ; Alph. Fournier, 14$ ; Frs.Hen, 15J ;Jos. Lalumiere,ll; 

Jos.Lamarre, 14^ ; Ben. Leith, 24 ; Frs. Leith, 15$; Jos. Lonctin, 12 ; Cam.Lussier, 13 ; Jos. 

Mouset, 10$ ; Jos. Patenaude, 9^ ; Delphus Racine, 21f ; Elz. Robidoux,21 ; Geo. Roy, 124; ; 

Nap. Roy, 13$ ; Saml. Roy 8^ ; 16 others, each less than 6 d., 57 d. in all. . . . 

De Gruchy, Thos. : stone, 5 toise at $5 ; lumber, $2.75 . 

Lamarre, Xav., stone, 4 toise at $6 . 

Hen, Napoleon : stone, 6 toise at $5 ; gravel, 32 loads at 25c 

Lefebvre, Oliv., rent of derrick, grips, &c, 32 d. at 50c 

Stone, toise at $5 : Gil. Decelle, 1 ; C. A. Lefebvre, 19 ; Ludger Roy, 1^ .... 

5 payments under $8 : smithvvork, $13.80 ; hardware, $3.83 ; lumber, $2.20 ; sawing, 75c. . . 

Total carried to page Q — 5 

Laii/on : Repairs to Pontoon, Feb. -April, 1899. 

Carpenters : Cyrille Bernier, 6$ d. at $1.25 ; Casimir Bourassa, 32| d. at $1.05, 19 at $1.25 ; 

Jos. Langlois, 64 d. at $1.05 ; Ls. Moore, 274 d. at $1.05, 19 at $1.25 ; Ovide Moore, 5J 

d. at $1.05, 18 at $1.25 ; Benj. Poirier, 15£ d. at $1.05 ; Ach. Samson, 47| d. at $1.05, 

18£ at $1.25 

Labourers : Ambr. Bargone, 20| d. at 90c, 2 at $1 ; Jos. Guilbault, 314 d. at 90c; Honore 

Guay, llf d. at 90c, 2 at $1 ; Ant. Lemieux, 28 d. at 90c, 2 at $1 . . . . 

Caulkers, days at $1.25 : Odilon Guay, 9; Jos. Langlois, jr., 17^ ; Jos. Langlois, sr., 9£ ; Jos. 

Lecour. 9 

Bourget & Cie : oakum, 612 lbs. at 5c; spikes, 10 kegs at $3.25 ; iron, 886 lbs. at $1.90, 544 at 

$2 ; 6 tarieres, $5.20 ; linseed od, 10 galls, at 60c; hardware, $20.73 

Brown, J. & W. D.— 

White pine at $35 : 12 x 7-in. to 12 x 14-in. by 31 to 38 ft. long, 5,532 ft. ; 12 x 14-in. x 8 & 
9 ft. long, 490 ft.; 12 x 4-in. x 20 ft., 1,547 ft 

Pine, P. 2 S., T. & G. : l|x 10-in. x 12 to 13 ft., 4,071 J ft. at $15; 1-in. x 12 ft., 2,823 ft. 
at $20. 

Birch, 8-in. x 9 and 12-in. x 9-ft., 990 ft. at $35 ; knees, 20 at $1.20 

Cazel, J. B., covering pontoon with tole noir, 20f toise at $3.75 



Total carried to page Q — 5. 



L.es Eboulemeuts : Repairs to Wharf, July 9-Aug. 19, 1898. 

Foreman, Alfred Bouchard : services, 36| d. at $2 ; outlay, $4.15 

Carpenters, days at $1.25: Boily, Nap., 19$ ; Bouchard, Agapit 5^, Amedee 5, Evariste 9|, 
Wilfrid 35|, Wilfrid (Damase) 24$ ; Boudreault, Jos., 24 ; Girard, Abel, 9^ ; Perron, 
Arthur, 4 ; Pilote, Lambert, 3 ; Rheaume, Alexis, 3 ; bimard, Arthur, 2^ ; Tremblay, 
Alex" 2$, Edmond (Thomas) 9 J, Ferd. 15, Gideon 5J, Jos. (Isaie) 84, Richard 27|, Theo- 
dule 5, Thos. (Achille) 2, Thos. (Maillot) 18^, Wm. 5, Xavier (Misefe) 6$ 

Labourers, days at $1 : Audet, Alexis, 3 ; Bergeron, Harmel 7, Thos. 3 ; Boivin, Jos. 5, Ovide 
3 ; Bouchard, Chas. 3, Elz. (Remi) % Edmond (Marcel) 3, Jos. (Remi) 4£, Jos. (St. Pas.) 
6$ ; Maur. 3, Oct. 3, Xav. 16 ; Cimon, Marc, 14 ; Colombe Ovide, 5^ ; Degagne, Maurice 
(Cap) 9§, Seraphin 3, Thos. 8£ ; Duchene, Fabien 2f, Philip 54, Thos. 3 ; Gagnon, Poly 
carpe, 4 ; Gauthier, Frs., 2; Girard, Dorilas 3, Menandre 7, Samuel 5; Rochefort, Adolphe 
3, Arsene 3 ; Thibault, Chrisologue 6, Clovis 13, Harmel 5|, Telesphore 2 ; Tremblay, 
Adelard (Thos.) 114, Adjutor 3, Adolphe (Perriche) 2, Alban 5, Arthur (Xav.) 6}, Berh- 
ardin 3, Chas. (Aug.) 3, Chas. (Toussant) 5, Edmond (Armas) 3, Edmond (Fillette) 2l£, 
Edmond (MW>re) 3, Elzear (Norbert) 15, Ferd. (Bedin) 3, Geo. 3, Geo. (Thos.) 5, Isaie 
(Armes) 3, Jos. (Andre) 3, Marcel 3, Norbert (Petit) 3, Resimond (Petit) 4, Richard 
(Prime), 54 

Blacksmiths, days at $1.50 : Audet, F.. 18£ ; Tremblay, Hermel, 9£ ; Mag 6 

Man and horse, days at $1.50 : Xav. Bouchard, 8j ; Thos. Tremblay, 6 

Water-boys, days at 25c: Jos. Bouchard (Hilas), 10 ; Jos. Vezina, 11^. 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
,161 88 



88 00 

46 37 

102 74 

171 86 



390 75 



757 72 


27 75 


24 00 


38 00 


16 00 


107 50 


20 58 


9,953 15 



243 02 
88 38 
56 26 

122 74 

264 92 

117 53 

58 65 

77 81 



1,029 31 



77 15 



315 34 



282 75 


50 26 


22 13 


5 43 



'53 06 



Q-156 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Lies Efooulements : Repairs to Wliarf— Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Bouchard, Xavier : rent of boat, July 9- Aug. 18, 31^ d. at 50c; timber, etc., $13.22 

Tremblay, Alexis, freight on timber from Bay St. Paul 

Tremblay, Jos. W.: iron, 3,617 lbs. at $2.05 ; 7-in. nails, 5 kegs at $2.30 ; \ ton smith's coal, 
$5.50 ; sundries, $17.33 

Cedar, 274 ft. of 9 x 8 at 6c; maple, 105 ft. of 12 x 12 at 30c, 1,495 ft. of 6 x 10 at 10c; pine, 
32 ft. of 14 x 14 at 13c ; 184 f c. of 12 x 12 at 12c, 192 at 10c, 30 at 15c ; 279 ft. of 11 x 11 
at lie, 49 at 10c, 627 ft. of 8 x 10 at 9c, 64 ft. of 6 x 6 at 5c; spruce, 353 ft. of 11 x 11 at 
10c, 942 ft. of 10 x 10 at 9c; 3-in. by 12 ft. spruce deals, 422 at 23c; pine deals, 80 at 25c; 

1 spruce curb, $2.75, paid as follows: Boivin, Jos., $14.89; Bouchard, Alex.. $14.94 ; 
Chas., $62.44 ; Evariste, $2.75 ; Wilfrid, $145.54; Fillion, Jos., $85.50 ; Gariepy, P.N., 
$24.50 ; Houle, Leandre, $2.31 ; Perron, Jean, $2.97 ; Simard, Alex., $23 ; Phidime, $64; 
Thibault, G, $11.87 ; Tremblay, Amedee, $50.31 ; Arthur, $17.25 ; Damase, $19.20 ; Frs., 
$33 ; Michel, $3.12 ; Thos., $4.90 

4 payments, each under $5 : 2 hammers, 16 lbs. at 12^c ; hire of radeau, 31 d. at 10c ; hire of 

2 jackscrews, 3 days, $1.50 ; round iron, 92 lbs. at 2|c ; sundries, $3 

Total carried to page Q — 5 

L'lslet: Wliarf. 

Caron, Michel, in full of all claims for damages to property by construction of wharf 

Carbouneau, O : final estimate, June 30, 1899, for construction of wharf, $1,500 ; less charged 

to 1899-1900, $150 , 

Caron, Joseph, inspector, June 19- July 1, 12 d. at $2 



Total, carried to page 



Longueuil: Aug. 22-Dec. 17, May 17- June 30, 1899. 



Superintendent, Chs. Poirier, Aug. 22-Oct. 6, 25 d. at $2 

Foreman, Alex. Coallier, Oct. 6-Dec 17, May 17- June 30, 98 d. at' $2. 50 

Clerk, Geo. Thurber, 4 d. at $1.25 

Foreman carpenter, Paul Droz. 18^ d. in Aug. -Sept. at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.75 in June : Aime Coallier, 25j ; Jos. Laurier, 10 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Audet, Alexis, 44| ; Beland, Cyp. 31, Xav. Pere 29£ ; Bourdeau, 
Cas., 1o\ ; Bourdon, France 29f, riubert 29i, Pierre 5i; Brais, Moise, 67^; Charron, 
Narc, 15; Coallier, Aime 52| ; Couture Chs.,^43^; Crevier, Alf., 40^ ; Dallair, Oct., 9f; 
Demers, Ls., 46| ; Desrochers, Jos., 15 ; Dreault, Paul, 62i ; Dubois, Aime, 16i ; Gauthier, 
Jos. 30^ Ls. fils74|, Ls. pere56f, Tel. 50£, Thos. 6 ; Heil, Tim., 38 ; Lamarre, Nap., 3 
Laurier" Jos., 2| ; Lemieux, Elz., 18| ; Loiseau, Eusebe, 45; Lussier, Pierre, 74^ 
Paquette, Onesiphore 31^, Tel. 24^ ; Pelletier, Thade, 51| ; Quintal, Elz., 46^ ; Sabourin 
Alex., 27^ ; less fractions, 14 

Labourers, days at $1.25; Barbeau, Alex., 8; Beauohemin, Ls., 6j ; Belaire, Geo. 7h, Oliver 
33, Xav. 16£; Beland, Cyp. 16^, Ed. 25, Ludger 7^, Xav. 14|. Xav. pere 6 ; Benard 
Leon, 5^ ; Blanchard, Jos., 72h ; Bourdeau, Geo., 6| ; Bourdon, France 3|, Jos. 29, 
Ls. 6^, Nap. 6^; Brais, Fred' 25^, Paul 84^; Brodeur, Philias, 9 ; Caron, Jos., 10| ; 
Carriere, Jos., 1 ; Charron, Pierre, 15f ; Courcy, Pierre, 7i; Daigneault, Ferd 19, Isaie 
4i, Jos. 16, M. 7i ; David, Alex. 13J, Narc. \\ ; Delorme, Eucher 66f, Horm 12J 
Deneault, Simeon 27^, Simeon fils 15| ; Deslauriers, Ls. 9|, Ls. fils 42|, Ls. pere 
40^; *Dion, Philibert 13£, Theo. 13^; Droz, Paul, 1; Dubois, Victor, \\; Dubuc, 
Eusebe, 4| ; Gadona, Alexis 15, Delphis \\\ ; Garrau, Isid., 47f ; Gauthier, Ant. 15^, 
Ed. 7|, Jos. 34^; Geoffrion, Ls., 58^; Goyette, Etienne 15|, T. 3|; Hebert, Xav 
10*;; Hupe, Gilbert, 4; Jalbert, Chs., 4^ ; Lacroix, Alf., 104; ; Lalumiere, Ant., 4£ ; 
Lapointe, Jos. ' £ 60^, Magi 80| ; Lavigueur, Alexis 13|, Moise 5J ; Lecueillerier, Jos.. 
23 ; Lefrancois, A., 3; T., \\ ; Legendre, Chs., 38| ; Lesperance, Alph. 8, Rosario 8J 
Simeon 65 ; Lewis, Xav., 6 ; Lussier, Ant. 82, Pierre 15f, Simeon 9^ ; Malette, Jos. 
26f; Paquette, Teles., 12| ; Patenaude, Jos., I65 ; Renaud, Ls., 7f ; Sabourin, Toussaint, 
23| ; Sicotte, Alph., 14; St. Germain, Chs., 5l£; St. Jean, Ls., 15| ; Ste. Marie, Nap., 
3j ; less fractions, 14c 

Carter, 2 horses, Alph. Rousseau, 2\ d. at $4, Vo\ at $3 

Carters, days at $2 : Xav. Beland, 7; Xav. Beland, pere, 2 ; Frs. Benoit, 12 ; Eucher Delorme 
\ ; Etienne Goyette, 5| ; Alp. Labonte, 1\ 

Boat-hire : Isaie Daigneault, 8 d. at $1 a boat ; Ant. Lussier, 10 d. at 50c 

Benoit, Frs. : stone, 176 "59 toise at $6 ; cartage, $24 ; letter-paper, $2.50 ; sundry, $9.42 

Dubuc, Alex. : making spikes, 918 at 9c ; smithwork, $18. 

Dubuc, Alexis : making spikes, 1,783 at 5c, 279 at 7c ; smithwork, $7.40 

Ethier, Ls. : repg. iron spikes, 1,590 at 2c ; cartage, $1.25 

Lafleur, J. L. : iron, 9,808 lbs. at $1.50, 3,237 at $1.80, 2,750 at $2.25, 1,132 at $2.10; 7 
plates, sheared and bored, 4,338 lbs. at 5^0. ; 8 augers, $10.75; 4 canthooks, $7 ; 5 sledges, 
$7.60 ; 4 Gladstone hammers, $7.60 ; boring-machine, $7.50 ; 2 C. C. saws, $6.50 ; sundry 
hardware, $11.70 ; freight and cartage, $6.65 



$ cts. 

753 06 

28 97 
16 00 

108 47 



582 49 
11 90 



1,500 89 



100 00 



1,350 00 
24 00 


1,474 00 


50 00 

245 00 

5 01 

27 38 
61 68 



1,717 73 



Carried forward. 



1,907 67 
58 75 


59 50 


13 00 


1,095 47 
100 62 


116 08 


33 05 



594 96 



6,085 90 






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Q-157 



Longueuil : Aug. W Dec. 17, 1898; May 17 June 30, 1 899— Continued. 
Brought forward 



Maille, 0. B. H. : rope, 90 lbs. at 15c. ; sundry hardware, $28.14 

Prefontaine, C. E., 1 box, 3 x 3 x 8 ft 

Prefontaine, E. & Co. ($2,387.05)— 

Hemlock, rd. 14 in., 11 to 30 It. long 8,300 1. ft. at 10c 

Hemlock, 12 x 12 in., 15 to 33 ft. long, 2,219 1. ft. at lGic.; length not given, 3,805 1. ft 
at 10c 

Tamarack, 8 in. x 28 ft., 8 to 13 in. wide, 5,824 ft. at -$20 

Floats and crossings, rd. 9 in., 907 1. ft. at 8c 

Pine : 3 in., 2,080 ft. at lie. ; 12 x 12 in. x 20 ft., bevelled, 3,840 ft. at $22 

Sp;irs, 5 in . , 5,535 1. ft at 4Ac ; sundry lumber-, $1.71 . . . 

Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Co., hire of derrick, 05 days at 50c 

St. Germain, S.. rent of two jackscrews, 2£ d. at 50c. each, $2.50 ; taking down and moving 

R. & O. shed, $7 

4 payments under $4 : h ton coal, $3 ; 8 poles, $2.25 ; hardware, $1.35 

Stone at $0 a toise : Alexis Audet, $30; Cyp. Beland, $101.25; Ed. Beland, $02.02; Xav. 

Beland, $7.99 ; Jos. Bissonet, $77.07; Moise Brais, $240; H. Delorme, $30.50; Ernest 

Desmarteau, $90.04 ; Azaire Gauthier, $40.80 ; Moise Goyette, $9.38 ; Tim. Goyette, $8.58 

Geo. Lewis. $12.32 ; M. Viger, $021.03 



Services of 1897-8. 
Lalonde, R. A., Montreal : 

May 10-June 9, 1898, inspector of dredging shown at Q-195of 1897-8, 20i d. at $2.50. 

June 9-11, 1898, conductor at wharf, see Q-153 of 1897-8, 2.^ d. at $2.50 

Ink and envelopes ... , 



Total carried to page Q— 5 



Lower St. Lawrence : Removal of Rocks. 

Grand Pabos : Aug. 27 -Oct. 29, 1898. 

Foreman and diver, Alphonse Gagne : services, 30 d. at $2.40, 21 at $2.50 ; travel Port Daniel 
to Fox River and return, $9, Pabos to Cap. St. Ignace, $9 

Assistant diver, Edmond Gagne, 25 d. at $1.00 

Labourers, days at 80c: Jos. Dupuis, 39 ; Peter Mauger, 30^ ; Jas. Molloy, 39 ; Gabriel Myers, 
20 ; Jas. McGrath, 39 ; Thos. McRea, 39 ; Zeph. Roussel, 17 

Atlantic and Lake Superior Ry. Co., dynamite, 50 lbs. at 30c 

Date, John : divers' mittens. 2 prs. at $0 ; sundry, $0.98 . . 

Dufresne, Jos. Riv. au Renard : care of scow and tools, Feb. 1, 1898 to June 30, 1899, 17 m. 
at $1 ; loading three anchors and winch on " Admiral," Aug. 28, 1898, $1.50 

King Bros : iron, 142 lbs. at 4c. ; rope, 51^ lbs. at 15c. ; sundry, $10.41 

Langlois, John (tils Pierre), moving two divers and their effects, Port Daniel to Pabos . 

Lemieux, E., dynamite, 150 lbs. del. at Port Daniel, at 01c 

Mauger, Robt. : 12 x 12 spruce, avg. 23 ft. long, 23 pes. at 25c; hauling on beach, $1.50 

Myles, Gabriel : large flat boat, $0 ; oars, 75c ; travel, 75c 

Samson & Filion : iron, $2 ; S.S. " City of Monticello," freight, 00c , 



Total carried to page Q — 5 . 



Magdalen Islands: Etang du Nord, Aug. 18-Oct. 20, 1898. 

Foreman, Edouard Chiasson, 48f d. at $1 .50 ; 4 d. paying in Nov. -Dec, $0 

Carpenter and blacksmith, Win. Boudreault, 39 d. at $1 .40 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Damien Chevarie, 28| : Cyr Cormier, 28 ; Nelson Cormier, 20| ; 
Leon Godet, 13| ; Tunnie Lapiere, 22 ; Pierre Migneault, 20f ; less fractions, 7c 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Arsensau, Cirice, 3; Boudreau, Amedee 17^, Chs. b\, David 7^, 
Hubert 17i, Jean 2; Bouffard, Ach. 30i, Wincelas 34 ; Bourgeois, Des., 31 ; Bourque, 
Alcide 3l£ Phil. 32f ; Chevarie, Jos., 23; Chiasson, Alphee 28.^, Leon 4£ ; Cormier, 
Amedee 25, Belonit 12, Edouard 25|, Emile 8|, Hyp. 28i, Simon 31, Theoph. 2H ; Des- 
pres, Phid., 12 ; Godet, Andre 8%, Eve 7i, Pierre 8h ; Huette, PL, 2^; Lapierre, Edouard 
18, Tunnie 3; LeBlanc, Alfred 13, Hyp/l7i Magi" 15; Mause, Frs., 8g ; Melaison, Pol- 
ette 132, Thadee 20^ ; Nadeau, Jean 30|, Levaille 25£ ; Petitpas, Dom, 3 ; Thorne, Jean, 
8 ; Turbid, Wellem, 30^ ; Vigneault, Andre 18f, Hustade 20& Jos. 14|; less fractions, 31c 

Carters, days at $1.50 : D. Boudreau, 2i ; M. Miousse, 7 ; F. Nadeau, 1^ ; D. Petitpas, 1 

Arseneault, J. N. : deals, 2,480 ft. at $10 ; logs, 1.120 ft. at lc. ; powder, 25 lbs. at 24c 

Binet, John G. : timber, 15?| tons at $7 ; fuse, 33.88 ; 3 telegrams, $5.29 

Chiasson, Edouard, foreman : 11 oars, $5.25 ; 4 shovels, $4 ; sundry, $24.28 

Delaney Bros., iron, 300 lbs. at 4c ; Geddes, D., spruce deals, 129 sup. ft., $10.34 

8 items under $9 each : li toise stone at $7 ; 205 lbs. iron at 4c ; 4 wheels, $8 ; 2 kegs powder 
at $4 : hardware, $3.20 ; travel, $2 ; coal, $1.35 

Delaney Camille, d. in Dec, paying workmen, &c (including travel) 



Total, carried to page Q- 



9 cte. 

0,085 90 

42 54 
10 00 



830 00 

974 93 
151 42 

72 50 
107 30 
250 78 

32 50 

9 50 
00 



1,338 90 



00 25 
25 
50 



9,980 59 



142 59 

40 00 

188 40 
15 00 
18 98 

18 50 
23 82 
9 00 
91 50 
7 25 
7 50 
2 00 


5(55 05 


79 13 

54 00 



181 80 



900 25 
18 00 
42 12 

119 42 
33 53 
22 34 

41 25 
30 00 



1,528 44 



Q-158 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-Q9. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Newport River: Repairing Walls at Moutli, Aug. 31-Oet. 15, 1898. 



Conductor, C. P. LeMarquand, 13 d. at $1.50 

Carpenter, Lawrence Traverse, 6 d. at $1 

59 labourers, each less than 5 days, 84| d. in all at- 80c 

28 carters, each less than 3 days : 33 d. in all $1 .25 ; less fractions, 7c 

Dumais, Paul T. C, 12-ft. hemlock deals, 4 x 10-in. and up, 11,000 ft. at $10. 



Total, carried to page Q— 5. 



Pointe Claire, P.Q. : Oct, 24- Jan. 31, Mar. 1 -April 30. 



Foreman, Egesippe Cousineau, 69£ d. at $2.50 ; outlay, $32.30. 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Egesippe Cousineau, fils, 63; Jos. Cousineau, 6^ ; Ludger Larente, 

54^ ; Frs. Lefebvre, 55| ; Leon Malette, 64| ; Camille Merineau, 19 ; Albert Mitchell, 

68| ; Zeph Mitchell, G6 

Labourers, days at $1 .25: Paul Brunet, 23^ ; Jos. Lebeau, 53 ; Hervey Leclerc, 23 ;■ Arsene 

Lefebvre, 204 ; Sam. Lefebvre, 24 ; Alf . Legault, 21 ; Nap. Malette, 6£ ; Ovila Mayeo, 

64i : Ant. Vignr, 42^ 

Sounding, days at $1.25: H. Felsque, 3| ; N. Malette, 3£ ; Ovila Mayeo, 5J ; Ant. Viger, Z\. 

Carter, Saml. Neven, 10J d. at $3 ; driver, Jean Marie Valois, 3d. at $3 

Grier, J. & B. ($1,631 91)- 

Hemlock, 12 x 12-in., 4,187 lin. ft. at 16c 

Hemlock at $10 a M. : 11,278 ft. of 4-in., 576 ft. of 6 x 12-in. x 8-ft 

Pound and flat hemlock, 13 to 25 ft. long, 4,365 lin. ft. at 10c 

Tamarack at $24 : 5,968 ft. of 8-in., 1,092 ft. of 4 x 12-in., 824 ft. of 8 x 12-in 

Pine, S.I.F., 10-in. x 24-ft., 624 lin. ft. at 16c 

Spars, 6-in. : 90 of 10-ft., 215 of 8-ft. : 2,620 lin. ft. at 4ic 

Lafleur, J. L. : iron, 4,465 lbs. at $1.50, 2,230 at $1.85, 1,100 at $2.05; 6 kegs wire nails, 

$18.40; nigger-heads and 1 rod, $19.95; 6 augers, $10; boring machine, $6.50; freight 

and express, $7.33 ; hardware, $10.35 

Leblanc, Ovila, making 1-in. spikes, 1,063 at 5c ... 

Letang, Jos. : making spikes, 850 at 5c. ; smith work, $4 

Mayer, Emilien, stone, 140 toise at $5 , 

Munro & Murray, Pembroke, 12 x 12 spruce timber, 582 lin. ft. at 13^c ($12 . 95 of this was 

paid to O. F. Co. for freight) . . 

Valois, G. Urgel, stone, 20 toise at $5 , 



Total, carried to page Q— 5. 



Port Daniel : Repairs to Wliarf. 

Pay-lists and Accounts, June 13 to Aug. 26, 1898 ($689.74). 



Foreman diver, Alphonse Gagne, 42 d. at $2.25, 23 d. at $2.50 

Asst. diver, Edmond Gagne, 65 d. at $1 .60 

In charge of scow, Geo. Mclnnes, 54 d. at $1 . 50 , 

Labourer with boat, Hyp. Langlois, 32£ d. at $1 . 05, 11 d. at $1 . 10 

Labourers, days at $1 : Honore Castillos, 43| ; John Langlois, 43| ; Prudent Langlois, 43| ; 

Andre Michel, 4l£ 

Date, John : 1 pair diver's boots with lead soles and copper toes, $12 ; 2 pairs of cuffs for 

diving dress, $6 ; 1 yard rubber cloth, $3 ; rubber cement, 2 cans at 75c; snap tubing, 3 

ft. at 75c. ; postage and freight, 54c . , ., 

Le Grand, A. D. : blasting powder, 50 lbs. at 26c 

Mclnnes, Geo. : blasting powder, 25 lbs. at 26c. ; rope, 19 lbs. at 14c. ; 200 ft. of fuse, $2 ; 

carting dynamite, $2 . 50 ; sundries, $2 . 84 . . . , 

Samson & Filion : gal v. roofing, 143 lbs. at 5c; machine steel, 156 lbs. at 4c; cast steel, 164 

lbs. at 15c ; duck bags, 4 at 40c 

8 payments under $10: smithwork, $9.40; freight and storage, $10.90; 10 x 10 in. cedar, 

20-23 ft. long, 80 ft. at 5c, 210 ft. at 4c, 296 ft. at 3c , 



Pay-lists and Accounts, June 21 to 30, 1899 ($78.15). 

Conductor, Wm. Ahier, 9 d. at $2 ; carpenter, Greg. Duguay, 7 d. at $1 . 
Labourer, John Chedore, 7 d. at $1 ; Euryth, Jos., rope, 5| lbs. at 15c . . 
Mclnnis, John, deal at $10 : 4-in. spruce, 2,000 ft.; 5-in. birch, 2,100 ft. 
Sweetman, A., smithwork, $2 ; Samson & Filion, iron, 122 lbs. at $1.90 

Total, carried to page Q— 5 



cts. 



19 50 


6 00 


67 80 


41 18 


110 00 



244 48 



205 42 



595 91 



347 53 
20 00 
39 75 

669 92 
118 54 
436 50 
189 21 
99 84 
117 90 



203 32 
53 15 
46 50 

700 00 

78 57 
100 00 



4,022 06 



152 00 

104 00 

81 00 

45 96 

171 00 



25 29 
13 00 

16 50 

39 59 

41 40 



25 00 
7 83 

41 00 
4 32 


767 89 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-159 



Port Louis, Huntingdon Co.: Wharf' and Repairs. 

Carson, Saml. S. B., purchase of wharf and two sheds at Port Louis 

Crevier, J. J., legal services and expenses re transfer of Port Louis wharf. . . . 



Repairs to Wharf, Oct. U to Dec. 22, 1898 ($1,348.41 ). 

Conductor, Malconi Stalker, 45 d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Saml. Carson, 10^; Philias Lajeunesse, 20; Patk. Sullivan, 26.. . 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Jos. Grenier, 27^ ; Robt. Holmes, 7 ; Isaac Lafleur, 23J 

Labourers, days at $1 : Saml. Dubois, 15J; Xav. Lafleur, 18^; 12 others, each less than 7 d., 
in all 28i d 

Carters, days at $2.50: Thos. Chretien, 3; Ad. Dubois, 224 ; Art. Grenier, 9; Jos. Good- 
fellow, 9i ; Jos. Holmes, 6 ; Hy. Lalumiere, 3J ; Jos. Meyers, 3 ; Wm. Stalker, 22^ ; 
Ant. Viau, 2 

Carson, S.: stone, 24^ toise at $1 ; 8 x 15 in. timber, 96 ft. at 9c; 8-in. nails, 2 kegs at $2.50. . 

Dupuis, L. N., 177 pins, $5.50 ; Holmes, Robt., stone, 50 toise at $1.25 

Grier, J. & B.: 12x12 in. hemlock, 11 to 30 ft. long, 1,584 1. ft. at 18c; 14-in. pine, S. I. F., 
440 ft. at 18c; id. 14-in. hemlock, 695 1. ft. at 12c; 8-in. x 9 to 11-in. tamarack, 10-ft. 
long, 2,060 ft. at $24 ; 4 x 12 in. tamarack, 11 to 29 ft. long, 1,084 ft. at $24 ; 4 x 8-in. to 
12-in. hemlock, 8 to 13 ft. long, 10,240 ft. at $12 

Lafleur, J. L.: iron, 3,337 lbs. at He; freight, $3.36 

Wilson, J. H., 1-in. ship augers, 2 at $1.25 



Repairs to Wharf, Apt. 1-May 17, Jane 19-30, 1899. 

Conductor, Malcolm Stalker, 50 d. at $2 ' 

Carpenters, days at $1.75 : S. Lalumiere, 23^ ; John Stalker, 23 

Carpenter, Sam. Carson, 16^ d. at $1 .50 ; horse and cart, Jos. Lajeunesse, 1 d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Jos. Genier, 12 ; Isaac Lafleur, 6; X. Lafleur, 2; P. Lajeunesse. 

m ; P. Sullivan, 27 .' 

Labourers, days at $1: John Holmes, 6; Alex. Meyers, 12^; Dan."McKillop, 5; Frank 

Percy, 19 

Carters, days at $2.50 : A. Dubois, 14h ; A. Genier, 6| ; Jos. Goodfellow, 2; John Holmes, 9 ; 

Henry Lalumiere, 11 ; Jos. Meyers, 4 ; Donald Rankin, 1 

Brown, J. H., pine shingles, 10^ M. at $2.75 ; Campbell, N., 29 ft. lumber, $2.90 

Carson, Samuel : 11 logs, 168 ft. at 9c ; hardware and nails, $15.38 

Dubois, A., 8 toise stone at $1 ; Henderson, Mrs. A., Est., 1,200 ft. 12 x 12 hemlock, $14.97.. 
Lafleur, J. L. : wire netting, 66§ yds. at 15c ; 2 steel plates, 6 x 3 x f , bored and countersunk, 

740 lbs. at 5^c; 1^-in. iron pipe, 523 ft. at 7c: sundries, $12.99 ; freight, $3.25 

Martin, Timothy : spikes, 518 lbs. at 6c; smithwork, $10.30 ; cartage, $4 

Mc Arthur & Son, 432 ft. hemlock, $4.32 ; McKillop, Mrs., 5 toise stone at $1 

Prefontaine, Thos.: 1-in. pine, T. & G., 1,700 ft. at $16 ; 3-in. scantlings, 2,250 ft. at $15 ; 

sundries, $7.23 , , 

Quesnelle , E. A. : spikes made, 338 lbs. at 3c ; 2 huggers made, $1.25 

Stalker, Wm. : cedars, 64 at lie; stone, 5 toise at $1; 2 pes. oak, $5; 6 pes. tamarac, $4; 

sundries, $5.01 

Wilson, J. H.: 100 lbs. whitelead, $5.50 ; 7 galls. D. B. oil at 70c; hardware, &c, $19.54 



Total, carried to page Q — 5. 



Rimouski : Repairs to Pier: Apl.-Sept., 1898. 

Dorion, Jos. H., use of lory, 20 days at $1 ... . 

Lavoie, Achille, maintaining 5 lamps on wharf, Apl. 21 to June 7, during works of repair, 46 

n. at 25c 

Lepage, H. G., 6-in. nails, 6 kegs at $2.50 ; St. Laurent, A. P., hardware, $36.71 

Total, carried to page Q — 5 

Riviere Bcauport. 

Construction of Wharf, Oct. 17-Nov. 30, 1898. 

Foreman, Alphonse Laberge, 38 days at $2 

Asst. foreman, Placide Langlois, 38 days at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Frs. Bedard, 27 ; Chas. Giroux, 27 ; David Giroux, 22i; Chas. 
Grenier, 20 ; Gaudiose Grenier, 17 ; Evariste Langevin, 15 ; Jos. Latouche, 15; Edouard 
Metayer, 17 ; G. Parent, 21 ; Jos. Parent, 24 ; Jean Robert, 22£ 

Labourers, days at $1 : Jos. Auger, 1 ; Leo Bedard, 19i ; Cyrille Belanger, 13 ; Frs. Boucher, 
21 ; Jos. Boutet, 17 ; Chs. Chalifour, 18 ; Jos. Filex, 25 ; Jos. Garneau, 18 ; Alf. Giroux! 
2'r, ; Jos. Giroux, 36^ ; Theo. Giroux, 22 ; Celestin Grenier, 19 ; Albert Laberge, 14 ; Alf 
Maheu, 18^ ; Phil. Marcoux, 2^ ; Eusebe Ouellet, 26 ; Alfred Paulin, 12 

Carters, days at $1.50 : J. E. Giroux, 1^ ; Leon Giroux, 31^ ; Jos. Langevin, 25 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 

300 00 
28 90 



90 00 
84 38 
72 51 

02 25 



202 50 
37 89 
68 00 



646 06 
53 42 

2 50 



100 00 
81 37 
26 25 

96 88 

42 50 

120 00 

31 78 
30 50 

22 97 

103 55 

45 38 

9 32 

68 18 
11 39 

26 05 
29 94 



2,494 47 



20 00 

11 50 
51 71 

83 21 



76 00 
57 00 



285 01 



285 50 
87 00 

790 51 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Riviere Reanport — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Construction of Wharf— Continued. 

Stone, toise at $4: Geo. Barbeau, 1^ ; Chas. Beaudoin, 2; David Belanger, 1*9 j Geo. 
Belanger, 22; Geo. Belanger, 2'6; Louis Belanger, 1 ; Frs. Binet, 4; V. J. Binet, 1*2; 
Felix Chalifour, l - 7 ; Johnny Chalifour, '4; Ouezime Chalifour, 2\ ; Jos. Compagna, 
2'1; Chas. Drouin, 3; Pierre Dubeau, \ ; Theo. Dubeau, 1; Geo. Galarneau, 1\ ; TJonore 
Giroux, 1 ; Honore Giroux (a Michel), 6 ; Joseph Giroux, 36; Jos. Giroux, 1 6; Pierre 
Giroux, 3' 9; Jean Grenier, 3; Jos. Grenier, '8; Nap. Grenier, 2' 2; Naz. Grenier, 5J; 
Ed. Guillot, 3 2 ; Ed. Guillot (a Baptiste), 24; Felix Guillot, 54; Nap. Langevin, 1*3; 
Phidime Langevin, 2\; O. Lessard, 1'2; Jos. Mailloux, 1'8; Andre Marcoux, \\\; Frs. 
Marcoux, 4"2; Jos. Marcoux, "6; Leon Marcoux, '1; Chas. Parent, 1*8 ; David Parent, 
2; Elzeard Parent, 2^ ; Jos. Parent, 1"7; Louis Parent, 2| ; Ab. Pascal, 3 4; Jos. 
Robert, 2 '8; Pierre Robert, 34 ; Ed. Rodrique, "8; Isidore Rodrique, "2; Theophile 
Rodrique, 1'4; Mine. Herman Ryland, 23 ; Alex. Valee, 4^ ; Chas. Vallee, 3 

Round spruce, 6 in. dia. 11 ft. long, feet at 2c. : Chas. Beaudoin, 110 ; Jos. Belanger, 275 ; 
Louis Belanger, 319 ; J. Bte. Cyr, 495 ; Ed. Guillot, 330 ; Chas. Parent, 176 ; Ab. Pascal, 
462 ; Ed. Rodrique, 275; Isidore Rodrique, 308; Theo. Rodrique, 220 

Cutting and working £-in. iron, 3,999 lbs. at $1.50; sundry smith work, 55c, paid as follows: 
Laz. Chamberland, $20.30 ; Cel. Drouin, $20 ; Elzeard Parent, $20.25 

Giroux, David : transport by boat of deals, 35,000 at 50c 

Langlois, Placide : 213 pes. of sq. cedar 9 x 9-in. to 18 x 18-in, 4,264 ft. at 10c. ; 52 pes. tamarack 
(floats) 7 to 9-in,, 27 ft. long, 1,404 ft. at 6c; 140 pes. sq. white pine, 9 xll-in. to 15x15- in., 
11 to 51 ft. long, 3,365 1 cub. ft. at 20c; freight on nails and spikes, $3.55 , 

Picard, Jos. B. : 3-in. pine deals, 10 to 15 ft., 10-in. up, 35,145 ft. at $18 

Parent, Chas. A. : spikes, 22 kegs at $2.90 ; sundries, $9.20 

Reaume, A. : white pine, 698 ft. at $18 



Work on Wharf, June 3-20, 1899. 

Foreman, A. Laberge, 15 d. at $2 ; asst., P. Langlois, sen., 14 d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1 : J. Boutet, 9J ; E. Chalifour, \ ; Jos. Filiau, 4 ; Jos. Garneau, 9^ ; A. 
Giroux, 5 ; G. Giroux, 7 ; J. Giroux, %\ ; T. Giroux, 8| ; Jos. Latulippe, 9| ; A. Maheu, 
3| ; E. Ouellet, 1 ; P. Robert, 9£ 

Chamberland, Lazaire, smithwork 

Stone at 45c a cubic yard : Geo. Barbeau, 4 ; E. Belanger, 8 ; F. Chalifour, 3 ; O. Chalifour, 
10 ; Auguste Giroux, 654 ; D. Giroux, 14 ; J. E. Giroux, 5 ; Nap. Grenier, 2 ; F. Guillet, 
51 ; Nap. Langevin, 4 ; J. Lemelin, 4 ; F. Marcoux, 18 ; Jos. Marcoux, 13 



Total carried to page Q — 5 



River Cap Cliatte : Training Weir: May 1 to June 30. 1899. 

Conductor, Octave Ducasse : May 1 to June 30, 52 days at $2 ; buying, culling and measur- 
ing timber between Oct. 6 and Apl. 30, 17 M. ft. at $2.25, $38.25 ; overpaid 10c 

Master carpenter, Michael Henly, 52 days at $2 

Carpenter, Nap. Rousseau, 20$ days at $1 . 40 

Carpenters, days at $1.25: Chs. Bernier, 27£; Elz. Bernier, 6£; Thos. Berube, 22; Chs. 
Blanchet, pere, 37? ; Zach. Chretien, 40^ ; Jean Cote, 47^ ; Geo. Lefrancais, 20| ; Nap. 
Rousseau, 21f ; G. Roy, \\ ; X. H. Roy, 38^ ; Jos. Vaillancourt, 1\ ; Pierre Vaillancourt, 3^. 

Labourers, 603J d. at $1 ; carters, 103f d. at $1.50; boatmen, 19i d. at $2 : paid as follows : 
Berube, Edm., $14; Blanchette, Chs. fils $21.75, Ls. $19.50, Oct. $14 ; Chretien, Jean 
$14.50, J. B. $11; Cote, Alphee $12.25, Chs. $14, Jos. P. $L3.75, Paul $21 ; Dion, X. 
C, $17 ; Ducasse, Eust. $15.37, Jos. $11.25; Fournier, Johnny, $10; Gagne, Abr., pere, 
$14.50; Isabelle, Ant. $16.50, Did. $21.50 ; Lefrancais, Jos., $14.50; Minville, Ant. 
$10, Johnny $15.50 ; Parent, A. N., $12.50 ; Pelletier, Elie $11.75, Felix pere $10.75, 
Marcel $10.50 ; Robichaud, Guil., $12.12 ; Roy, Ed. X., $10.25; Sergerie, Aug., $10.50; 
St. Pierre, Alf. $10.75, Chs. $12.75, Phil. $17.25; Vallee, Jas., $16; Verrette, Phil., 
$12 ; Walker, Chs., $12.50 ; 80 others, each less than $10, in all $337 .35 

Beaulieu, Jos., spruce: 12xl2-in., 174 c ft. at 8c; rd. 12-in., 308ft. at 6c; sundry, $8.35. . . 

Chretien, J. B., stone, 6 toise at $3 ; Desrosiers, Jean, 12 x 12 spruce, 111 c. ft. at 8c 

Cote, Jos. H.: spruce, 7-in. diam., 300 ft. at 3|c.. rd. 12-in., 66 ft. at 6c 

Desrosiers, Johnnv : spruce, 286 ft. of rd. 12-in. at 6c, 137 ft. of 12 x 12-in. at 8c; cedar, 96 ft. 
of rd. 12-in. at 6c, 33 ft. of 12 x 12-in. at 8c 

Dion, Cy rifle : cutting and making 12 to 30-in. bolts, 1,406 at 2^c 

Gagnon, Pierre, stone, 2 toise at $3 ; Gosselin, Etienne, making 12 to 30-in. bolts, 1,477 at 2|c. 

Isabelle, Hyp., spruce : 7-in. diam., 300 ft. at 3^c; 12-in. diam., 22 ft. at 6c 

Isabelle, Nap., spruce : 7-in. diam., 425 ft. at 3^c; 12-in. diam., 132 ft. at 6c 

Pelletier, Felix : freighting 4,600 lbs. iron, &c, from Metis, $18 ; unloading barge, $2 . . . ... 

Perree & Gagnon : spruce, 1,338 ft. of 12 x 12-in. at 8c, 220 ft. of rd. 12-in. at 6c, 500 ft. of 
7-in. at 2^0.; cedar, 1,641 ft. of 12 x 12-in. at 8c, 728 ft. of rd. 12-in. at 6c, 350 ft. of 7-in. 
at 2Jc 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
790 51 



565 20 



59 40 

60 55 
17 50 



1,187 21 

632 61 

73 00 

125 64 



51 00 



76 50 
4 00 



355 50 



3,998 62 



142 25 

104 00 

28 35 



345 23 



797 84 


40 75 


26 88 


14 46 


36 52 


35 15 


42 92 


11 82 


22 80 


20 00 


316 45 



1,985 42 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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Kivcr Cap Cliatte : Training- Weir — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Rioux, Cyrice, bringing tools from Quebec on barge "Marie Adele" 

Roy, Ad., rd. spruce : 242 ft. of 12-in. at 6c., 525 ft. of 7-in. at 2^c 

Roy, Ant., carting 4,000 lbs. iron, &c. $5 ; Roy, Ernest, 7-in. spruce, 1,000 ft. at 2ic 

Roy, Edmond : cedar, 12 x 12-in., 98 ft. at 8c; spruce, 190 ft. of 12x12 at 8c, 350 of 7-in. diam 

" at 2£c 

Roy, Geo.; rd. 12-in. cedar, 352 ft. at 6c; spruce, 335 ft. of 12 x 12-in. at 8c, 220 ft. of rd 

12-in. at Gc 

Roy, Irene : cedar, 082 ft. of vd. 14-in. at 6c, 500 ft. of rd. 7-in. at 2£c., 71 ft. of 12 x 12-in. at 

8c; spruce, 128 ft. of 12 x 12 at 8c, 154 ft. of rd. 14-in. at 6c 

Roy, Luc, 6-in. x 25-f t. at 2ic ; cedar, 450 ft. ; spruce, 200 ft 

Roy & Perry : spruce, 597 ft. of 12 x 12-in. at 8c, 1,606 ft. of rd. 12-in. at 6c; cedar, 303 ft. of 

12 x 12-in. at 8c, 1,490 ft. of rd. 12-in. at 6c . 

Roy, Rene, cedar : 1,550 ft. of 7-in. at 3£c, 110 ft. of rd. 14-in. at 6c 

Russell, Jack, 7-in. spruce, 625 ft. at 3^c; Russell, John S., rd. 12-in. spruce, 1,012 ft. at 6c 
Samson & Filion : iron, 6,329 lbs. at $2, 600 at $2.10; steel, 105 lbs. at 12c; dynamite, 150 

lbs. at 45c; 190 lbs. chain, $16.30; 10 hammers, $7.80 ; rope, 40 lbs. at 13c; canthooks, 

4 at 81 28 ; hardware, $44 .75 

Sergerie, Alex.: spruce, 110 ft. rd. 12-in. at 6c; sundry, $13.22 

Sergerie, Aug.: spruce, 205 ft. of 12 x 12-in. at 8c, 220 ft. of rd. 12-in. at 6c, 100 ft. of rd. 6-in 

at 2ic. ; 14-in. cedar, 88 ft. at 6c 

Shaw, S7 J., & Co.: iron, 4,045 lbs. at $1.85 ; § x 12 spikes, 5 kegs at $3.80 ; hardware, $16.13 
Soucy, Hvp., & Co.: spruce, 449 ft. of 12 x 12-in. at 8c, 44 ft. of rd. 12-in. at 6c; cedar, 1,012 

ft. of 12 x 12-in. at 8c, 440 ft. of rd. 14-in. at 6c, 448 ft. of rd. 12-in. at 6c 

St. Louis, Jos., spruce : 12 x 12-in, 527 ft. at 8c; at 6c, 638 ft. of 14-in. ; 66 ft. of 13-in.; 352 

ft, of 12-in.; 7-in., 25 ft. at 2*c 

St. Pierre. Alf., spruce : 12 x 12-in., 362 ft. at 8c; rd., 12-in., 176 ft. at 6c 

Walker, Chas., stone, 17 toise at $3 

Breen, Thos., engineer, Quebec, travelling expenses, &c 



Total, carried to page Q — 5 

River Chateauguay : Dredging. 

Moore, T. F., Montreal, services of dredge "Little Giant," dredging at Chauteauguay 

River, 1898 : July 2-31, 244 hrs.; Aug., 257 hrs.; Sept., 66 hrs.; total, 567 hrs. at $8 

Bergevin, Chas., inspector of dredging, July 1-Sept. 8, 60 d. at $3 

Buoys, 20 at 25c ; delivery of 8 telegrams, $4 . ? 



Total, carried to Pago Q — 5 . 



Riviere du Lievre Lock: Claims for Damages through Flooding caused by 

Little Rapids Dam. 

Cavan, Wm., compensation for damage to property 

Charbonneau, F. X. m m 

Beaudin, J. B. A., legal services and expenses. 



Total, carried to page Q— 5. 



Riviere du Loup : Repairs to Wharf, July 20-Oct. 31, 1898. 



Foreman, F. F. Chamberland, 87 days at $2 

Carpenter, days at $1.50, Cyrille Fortin, 74 

Carpenters, days at $1.25: Aug. Beaulieu, 58^; Phil. Bouffard, 44£ ; Wm. Gosselin, 50| ; 
Elzear GJoulet, 74 ; Achille Lebel, 64 ; Alfred Martin, 70| ; Xavier Martin, 51 ; Flavien 
Savard, 77 

Labourers, days at $1 : Thos. Beaulieu, 75^ ; Henri Beaulieu, 24| ; Louis Dechene, 33| ; Alf. 
Desbiens, 60^ ; Elzear Desbiens, 40^ ; Jos. Dussault, 2 ; Aurel Gagnon, 23f ; Jos. Gagne, 
13i ; Louis Guerette, 33f ; Aug. Michaud, 15^ ; Cyrille Michaud, 24£ ; Louis Morin, jr., 
185 ; Zeph. Raymond, 24^ ; Teleephore Spenard, 14 ; Cyrille Tremblay, 7 

Labourer, days at 50c, Louis Morin, jr., 53 

Ma n and horse, days at $1 . 50, Louis Morin, sr. , 77£ 

Bernier, Majority 9-in. diam. cedar, 624 ft. at 9c 

Binet, Geo. A.: iron, 4,112 lbs at 2c; nails, 18 kegs at $2.50 ; sundries, $10.82 

Dube, Arsene, 9 and 7-in. diam. cedar, 4056 ft. at 7c 

Dube, Emile, 7 x 11-in. x 8 ft. cedar crosspieces, 24 at 25c 

Duguay, Richard, 3-in. spruce deals, 8 to 13-in. x 12 ft., 26,624 ft. at $9 

Goulet, Alphonse : painting, 2 d. at $1.50 ; paint, oil, &c, $6.05 

Lebel, Achille : working old iron, 995 lbs. at lc; working new iron, 2,068 lbs. at lc; cart- 
age, $3 



1 — llQ 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
1,985 52 

5 00' 

27 64 

30 00- 

31 79 

61 12 

78 58 
16 25 

257 76 
60 85 
82 59 



298 33 
19 82 

37 38 
109 97 

172 80 

106 14 
39 52 
51 00 
30 02 



3,502 08 



4,536 00 

180 00 

9 00 



4,725 00 



60 00 

100 00 

33 70 



193 70 



174 00 
111 01 



612 56 



411 00 


26 51 


115 88 


56 16 


138 06 


283 92 


6 00 


239 62 


9 05 


33 63 



2,217 40 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT. 1898-99, 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Riviere du Loup : Repairs to Wliarf — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Lachance & tils : timber, 1,354 ft. of 10 x 10-in. at 10c; 180 ft. of 12 x 12-in. at 12c; 120 ft. of 
8 x 7-in. at 9c ; sawing, $1 

Malenfant, Jos., round cedar, 1,046 ft. at 7c 

Nadeau, Chas.: iron worked, 2,708 lbs. atlc; iron furnished, 442 lbs. at 2c; sundry smith- 
work, $15. 11 i 

Nadeau, Polycarpe, 12 x 12-in. cedar, 255 ft. at 12c 

St. Pierre, Geo. & Co.: sq. cedar, 807 ft. of 12 x 12-in. at 12c; 903 ft. of 11 x 11-in. at lie; 
2,063 ft. of 10 x 10-in. at 10c; 8-in. cedar, 16 to 22 ft. long, 1,424 ft. at 8c; 8-in. flat cedar, 
440 ft. at 5c; 3-in. spruce deals, 8 to 11-in. x 12 ft., 47,145 ft. at $9 ; sundry lumber, $54.24 

Stone, toise at $4 : Alf . Beaulieu, 8| ; Chas. Beaulieu, 3| ; Elzear Desbiens, 8 ; Jos. Dube, 5J ; 
Thos. Lausier, 9f 



Total, carried to page Q— 5. 



Ri\ r . du Loup en liaut : Dredging Channel, Lake St. Peter to Louiseville. 

Robillard, Jos. Ed., Montreal, services of dredge "St. Pierre," June 20 to 30, 1899, 17l£hrs.at$7 

Riviere a la Pipe : Wliarf on Lake St. John : April 1-May 31, 1899. 

Foreman, Alph. Pednault, 42 d. at $2 ; 1st carpenter, Thos. Tremblay, 41 d. at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Elise Labrie, 36 ; Jos. Larouche (Louis) 17| ; Tanis Larouche, 

15| ; Xav." Savard, 40 

Carters, days at $1.50 : Frs. Larouche (Joe) 22 ; Jos. Larouche, 12 ; Jos. Larouche (Joe) 5 ; 

Camille St. Pierre, 2 

Labourers, days at $1 : Beaupre, Gaudiose, 16 ; Comeau, Bapt., 19 ; Tobie, 7£ ; Fournier, D., 

7; Gauthi'er, Jos., 11; Gilbert, Adelard, 18; Jos. (Geo.) 29; Jos. (Pitre) 4; Labrie, 

Arthur, 8; Larouche, Alf., 29^; Aug., 22f ; Chs., 38§; Edm., 9; Ern., 1% ; Ferd. 10; 

Frs. (Jos.) 14^ ; Jos. (Pierre) 5; Pierre, tils, 16 ; Rene, 28^ ; Thos., 11 ; Maltais, Ls., 11; 

Pierre, 9| ; Pllotte, Alph., 12; Savard, Ligorie, 7; Tremblay, Ones., 14; Thos. (Cor) 

10; Wm., 20 

Angers, Ls. : round 9-in. tamarack, 2,320 ft. at 5c; sq. tamarack,. 350 ft. of 9x9-in. at 5c, 

150 ft. of 7 x 7-in. at 4c; 11 xll pine, 404 ft. at 10c; 3x9-in.xl2 ft. deals, 271 at 20c; 

hardware, $1.90 

Gagne, Alf. : pine, 330 ft. of 11 x 11 at 10c , 555 ft. of 9 x 9 at 5c ; 9 x 9 tamarack, 1251 ft. at 5c 

Colozza & Gobeil : bolt iron, 1,685 lbs. at 5c; 8-in. clous dc brochc, 469 lbs. at 5c 

Gilbert, Geo. : 11 x 11 pine, 95 ft. at 10c ; 9-in. tamarack, 75 ft. at 5c 

Gilbert, Pitre ; bolt iron, 2,000 lbs. at 5c ; bolts, 645 lbs. at 5c 

Larouche, Ferd., 11 x 11-in, pine, 2,000 at 10c; Larouche, Frs. (Jos.) 11 x 11 pine, 370 ft. at 10c. 
Larouche, Jos., 11 x 11 pine, 1,062 ft. at 10c; Larouche, Rene, 11 x 11 pine, 306 ft. at 10c. . . . 
Larouche, Jos. (tils Jos.) : rd. 9-in. tamarack, 2,240 ft. at 5c; pine, 224 ft. of 11x11 at 10c, 

25 ft. of 9 x 9-in. at 5c 

Maltais, Jean, 9x9 tamarack, 200 ft. at 5c 

Morin, Alex.: 9x9 tamarack, 225 ft. at 5c; 3 x 9-in. x 12 ft. deals, 33 at 20c; lime, 15c 

Ouellet, Ls. : 9 x 9 tamarack, 175 ft. at 5c. ; 3 x 9-in. x 12 ft. deals, 23 at 20c 

Renaud, Oscar : pine, 62 ft. of 11 x 11-in. at 10c, 150 ft. of 7 x 7-in. at 4c; 9 x 9 tamarack, 100 

ft. at 5c 

Tremblay, Jean : 11x11 white pine, 495 ft. at 10c; 9-in. tamarack, 122 ft. at 5c 



Total, carried to page Q — 5 



Riviere du Sud : Repg. Protection Wall : Feb. 20 to April 24, 
May 22 to June 27, 1899. 

Foreman, Nazaire Gendron, Feb. 20-Apl. 24, May 22- June 27, 88*, d. at $2 

Sub-foreman, Pierre Nicole, Feb. 20-April 21, 51$ d. at $1 .50 

Blacksmith, Geo. Chiquette : time, 49| d. at $1.50 ; rent of bellows and anvil, 45J d. at 50c 

Masons, days at $1.50: Uavid Boulanger, 59; Chs. Goudreau, 22; Xav. Metivier, jr., 35; 
Xav. Metivier, sr., 44^ 

Labourers, l,377h d. at 90c; carting stone, 2,114 loads at 20c: paid as follows (dollars): 
Barde, X., 31J ; Blanchet. N., 11 ; Boule, Here, 14| ; Boulanger. Alf., 22i ; Caron, X., 
33.30, Z., 33.30; Chabot, Narc, 23.85; Clavette, Jos., 28.35; Collin, Alphee, 31.95, 
Cleoph 20i, Hubert 33f ; Corneau, Paul, 40.95; Cote, CI. 17*, Jos 12.15: Coulomb, 
Tel. 20; Couture, Ls., 18.90; Despres, Ern., 25.65; Fournier, Wilb., 21*; Gaudreau, 
Alb., 98*, Amede 20*, Ant. 37, Cleoph. 16.65, Emile 13|, Geo. 38.70, Joachin 17*, Jos. 
24f, Roch. 23.85, Thos. 25*; Gaumond, Ovide, 22.05, Thos. 25.65; Gauthier, Jos., 
48.15 ; Gendron, Cleoph., 13f ; Joncas, Brezaide, 19*, Thos. 10| ; Kirouac, Jos., 15.30; 
L'Abbe, Adol., 36.90; Laberge, Ls., 34f; Lacombe, Thos., 38.70; Masson, Wm., 3l£; 
Mercier, Ed., 14f ; Metivier, Geo., 20 70 ; Moreau, Elz., 13, Marc 14.85; Morin, 
Adrien, 27.70; Paradis, Alf. 13.95; Picard, Simeon. 36.90, Thare 62.10; Proulx, Jos. 
224; Remillard, Geo., 13^; Robin, Alex., 46.35; Rochefort, Jos., 19.35; Thibault, 
Alph., 15.15, Ant., 55*, Saml., 17.90 ; 34 others, each less than $10, $213.55 in all 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 

2,217 40 

168 80 

73 22 

51 03 

30 60 

1,016 92 

140 50 



3,698 47 



1,200 50 



145 50 

136 26 

61 50 



395 50 



261 00 
123 30 
107 70 
13 25 
132 25 
237 00 
136 80 

135 65 
10 00 
18 00 
13 35 

17 20 
55 60 



1,999 



177 00 
77 25 
97 00 

240 75 



1,662 55 



2,254 55 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-163 



Riviere du Sud : Repg. Protection Wall — Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Labourer, Aramys Chiquette, 64i d. at 50c 

Carter and horse, days at $1 . 50 : Cleophas Boule, 1 ; Thos. Gamache, 45i ; Pierre Gaudreau, 21^ 

Carting sand, loads at 50c: Ed. Bernier, 3 ; Cleophas Boule, 2 ; Xav. Langlois, 85 

Belanger, Eug., smithwork, $13.46 ; Beutet, S., smith work, $15.03 

Chiquette, Geo.: sharpening drills, 380 at 3c. ; sundry, $2.98 

Fournier, Eug. : dynamite, 54 lbs. at 50c. ; powder, 2 kegs at $3 ; sundry, $7 

Laberge, Alp.: cast steel for drills, &c, 438 lbs. at 14c; 13 hammers, 76 lbs. at 15c; rope, 73 

lbs. at 14c; 5 crowbars, 123 lbs. at 6c: powder, 2 kegs at $3.20 ; hardware, $28.93 

Laberge, Ls., stone taken from his land, 1,200 loads = 75 toise at 50c 

Nicole, Pierre, material for building : 2-in. spruce deal, 1,000 ft. at $12 ; 1-in. boards, 1,600 

ft. at $10; sundry, $10.25 

Pare, Jos. : sharpening drills, 303 at 3c ; sundry, $4 . 30 

Parent, Chs. A., Gibraltar cement, 100 kegs at $2.25 

10 items under $6 each : carting 35 loads cement, $7 ; lumber, $6.60 ; 1,453 lbs. smith's coal, 

$5.81 ; clearing ground, $5.50 ; carting 4 loads wood, $3.20 ; sharpening 99 drills, $2.97. 



Total carried to page Q— 5 . 



River Richelieu: Reloeil Guide-Piers, Apr. 1-Sept. 30, 1898. 

Conductor, Avila Bernard, 95 d. at $2 

Carpenter, H. Messier, 28£ d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1 . 50 : Oscar Bernard, 21 ; Emile Cadieux, 22^ 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Pr. Beaudry, 45i ; Donat Bernard, 55 ; Oscar Bernard, 50; Nap. 
Brunelle, 19 ; Leon Daigle, 22| ; Wilfrid Douville, 3 ; G. Durocher, 38 ; Mo'ise Durocher, 
5 ; Narcisse Menard, 41$ ; Aime McDuff, 3 

Carter and 2 horses, days at $3.25 : Leonidas Bernard, 11^ ; Mo'ise Durocher, 4^. 

Carter and 1 horse, days at $2 : Leonidas Bernard, 8 ; Nap. Brunelle, 2 ; Leo Pepin, \ 

Horse, Leonidas Bernard, 2 d. at $1 

Bernard, Avila, conductor, outlay : trips to Montreal, 2 at $1.50 ; ground rent, $3 ; freight, 
$3.22 ; smithwork, $6.90 

Bernard, Leonidas, weighing stone, 53 toise at 50c 

Bouvier, Alfred, small bolts with heads, 277 at 5c 

Choquette, Cyrille, rent of 4 acres of land, Oct. 1, 1897-May 1, 1898, at $50 per ann. 

Guertin, C. : iron, 1,065 lbs. at $1 .90 ; sundries, $8.05 

Mathieu, Eloi, sawing 3,476 ft. of plank at $2 

Poirier, Norbert : gal v. iron, 70 lbs. at 8c ; tin, 10 lbs. at 25c ; sundries, $1.35 ; work, 44 h. 
at 25c 

Prefontaine, S.P. : 12 x 12 timber, 8,437 c ft. at 19,, 509 at 3$c. ; timber flatted to 10 in. out 
of 14 in. diam., 11,444 1. ft. at 14c ; rock elm, 5,448 ft. at $34 ; cedar spars, 6 in. at top, 
4,000 1. ft. at 6c ; 3 in. hemlock, 12 ft. long, 11,700 ft. at $11 ; less, $18 for re-sawing 
materials 

Richer, Alphonse : 69 pes. pine, 15 ft. long, 14 in. at small end, 1,035 ft. at 14c ; 34 pes. hem- 
lock, 15 ft. long, 14 in. at small end, 510 ft . at 14c 

Shearer & Brown Co., 10 in. flatted hemlock, 219 1. ft. at 14c 






Stone at $5.50 a toise : Emery Beauchemin, $24.75 ; Chas. Beland, $57.27 ; Hilaire Beland, 
834.75; Ludger Beland*, $9.62;Edmond Bernard, $6.05 ; Leonidas Bernard, $44; 
Ernest Champagne, $58.20; F. X. Chaput, $36.57; Emery Deslauriers, $11 68 ; Jos. 
Deslauriers, $20.62 ; Jos. Douville, $31.62 ; Moise Durocher, $9.62 ; Theo. Gervais, $18.70 ; 
Avila Lafontaine, $29.33; Frs. Lafontaine, $13.20; Henri Lamoureux, $32.05; Emery 
Laporte, $9.62 ; Jos. Laporte, $24.75 ; Jos. Ledoux, $11 ; Jos. Martel, $33 ; Leopold 
Pepin, $30.25 ; Arthur Prefontaine, 816 ; Adelard Remy, $11 . 68 ; Pr. Trudeau, $13.20; 
F. X. Trudeau, $18.94 ; Eugene Verronneau, $12.37 



Total carried to page Q- 



River St. Maurice 



Grandes Piles to LaTuque. 

h. at $2. 



Canada Iron Furnace Co. : cow-brand, $5 ; towing dredge to Island, 
Ritchie, Wm., owner of steamers " Florence " and " Ivan R." : 

Taking 5 men and barge : G. P. to LaTuque, $20 ; Rat River to LaTuque, $5 

Towing dredge to Island, 3 h. at $3 

Placing the channel-buoys and repg. beacons and landmarks between Grandes Piles and 
LaTuque, season 1898 



Total carried to page Q— 5 . 



1-1 1JQ 



$ cts. 
2,254 55 



32 25 


102 00 


45 00 


28 49 


14 56 


40 00 


125 65 


37 50 


38 25 


13 39 


225 00 



31 08 
2,987 72 



190 00 


57 00 


65 25 


353 09 


51 99 


21 00 


2 00 


16 12 


26 50 


13 85 


29 17 


28 28 


6 95 



20 45 



3,758 94 

216 30 

30 66 



608 84 
5,496 39 



21 00 



25 00 
9 00 



200 00 
255 00 



Q-164 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



River Touladie Survey: May 9-Oct. 12, 1898. 

Engineer, J. T. Bertrand, 157 d. at $4 , 

Assistant, H. Taschereau, 112 d. at $2 

Labourers: Thos. Belanger, % d. at $1.25; Pitt Caron, 4 d. at $1.25, 1^ m. at $22; Paul 

Cloutier, 16 d. at $1.25, 1| in. at $27 ; Cyrille Dube, 2 d. at $1.25 ; Paschalle Pinet, 14 d. 

at $1.25, 1 m. at $22 

Cook and labourer, Thos. Fraser, 1 m. 6.3 d. at $27 am 

Cloutier, Paul, storage of 4 tents and outfit, 9 m. to June 1, 1899, at $1 ... 

Cloutier, Pierre : board for Mr. H. Taschereau, 66^ d. at $1; board for Mr. J. T. Bertrand, 

67^ d. at $1 ; rent of boat, 3 raos. at $5 ; food and provisions, $18.82 ; sundries, $7.22 

Dion, Nap., plumbing, $7.80 ; Leprohon, R. E., fly oil, $4.50 

Ouellette, Clementine, washing for staff and camp, 4 mos. to Aug. 31 

Pinet, Paschalle, rent of canoe, May 18- Aug. 8 at $4 a mo 

Viel, Joseph : ham, 60 lbs. at 14c. ; bacon, 38 lbs. at 18c. ; biscuits, 30 lbs. at 8c, 40 at 7c, 48| 

at 6ic ; condensed milk, 18 bottles at 20c. ; sundry provisions, $70.94 

Travel TJ. T. Bertrand, $21.85 ; Henri Taschereau, $28.40 

Total carried to page Q — 5 : 

Sillery Cove: Wharf at Point an Pizeau : Aug. 15-Oct. 24, 1898. 

Superintendent, James Timmony, 50 d. at $4 

Foremen : Ludger Lemieux, sr., 56f d. at $3 ; Gille Blanchette, 2d. at $2.10 

Carpenter, Henry Guay, 52£ d. at $1.50; timekeeper, Jos. E. Timmony, 50 d. at $1.50 

Labourer, d. at $1 .30 : Ludger Lemieux, jr., 6 

Labourers, d. at $1.20 : Pierre Bedard, 53; Ged. Demers, 2 : Gond. Demers, 1^; William 

French, 52| ; Edw. Laliberte, 53f; Henry Lemieux, 47^; Ludger Lemieux, jr., 47^; 

Edmond Langlais, 50^; Edw. Morissette, 52^; M. Therien, 2; Joseph Therien, 1^; 

Cyrille Villeneu ve, 53^ 

Watchman, d. at $1 : James Bergeron, 54 ; Henry Dechene, 1 

Andrew, Adam : iron be Its, 2,831 lbs. at lc. ; cartage, $1 

Doyle, Wm.: 4 ship augers, $3.50 ;9x^ spikes, 2 kegs at $3.75 

Dube, Chas., delivering stone into Pizeau Wharf, 226 tons at $3.75: 

Garant, James : iron bolts, 2,463 lbs. at l^c. ; cartage, 50c ' 

Lemieux, Ludger, sr., foreman : rent of floating crane, Aug. 15-Oct. 24, 52| d. at $1 ; iron 

bolts, 350 lbs. at He ... 

Morissette, Ed- : red pine, 52 ft. at 20c. ; white pine, 230 ft. at 15c. ; cartage on iron and 

timber, $2 

MacLeod, D. R. ($2,847.13)— 

Oak, 344H lin. ft. at 12^c. ; 9 x 10 elm, 9,903 lin. ft. at 12ic 

Pine : white, 503 ft. at 12|c,; waney, 5,834 ft. at 12c; red, 1,735 ft. at 20c; square white, 
564 ft. at 20c 

Select pine deals, 11 x 3x 14, 4,647 ft. at $11 ; sundry boards and deals, $5.68 

Hem. and spruce floats, 46 pes. flat at 70c, 80 pes. round at 35c 

Red pine flat traverses, 123 pes. at 55c; cove iron, 3,060 lbs. at l^c 

Repairing bolts, 2,219 at $4 a 100 ; repairing tools, $7.65 

Handling timber, $14.40 ; hardware, $9.73 

Paradis, T., sawn pine, 1,725 ft. at 2c ; Thibeau, Jos., iron bolts, 1,465 lbs. at fc 

4 payments under $7: 620 lbs. iron bolts, $7.44 ; driving to Cap Rouge to buy iron, 2 trips 

at $1 .50 ; towing, $6 

Pay-list, May 22-27, 1899 : foreman, Ludger Lemieux, 9 d. at $2.25; 9 carpenters at $1.25, 

each less than $7, in all $40.34 



$ cts. 

628 00 
224 00 



148 12 

31 61 

9 00 

174 79 
12 30 
15 25 
10 25 

98 13 
50 25 

1,401 70 



Total carried to page Q — 5. 



St. Alexis, Baie des Ha! Ha!: Mar. 1-May 31, 1899. 

Foreman, Peter McLean, 78 d. at $2 ; first carpenter, Eug. Truchon, 60| d. at $1.50 

Carpenters, d. at $1.25: Cresance Bouchard, 9; Jos. Boudreault, 18^ ; Ls. Dallaire, 8^ ; Alf. 
Dufour, 33; Peter Gagne, 28; Hector Girard, 35|; Thos. Girard, 20 ; Hector Potvin, 
29 ; Jos. Roy, 27 ; Edm. Savard, 41 ; Ls. Simard, 18^ ; Paul Tremblay, 11^; Paul E. 
Tremblay, 15^ 

Labourers, d. at $1 (over 10 d. each) : John Bar beau, 31; Aug. Cote, 13i ; Simon Desbiens, 
12 ; Geo. Fortin, 36£ ; Hector Girard, 35^ ; Thos. Girard, 18 ; Alf. Larouche, 11 ; Phili- 
bert Menier, 17 ; Edm. Savard, 26 ; David Simard, 17 ; Fredeguine Simard, 13i ; Sam'l 
Thibeault, 12^ ; Ant. Tremblay, 18 ; Frs. Tremblay, 18^ 

31 labourers, each less than 10 d. : 141 d. in all, at $1 

Carters, d. at $1 .50 : L. Fillion, 2 ; W. Gauthier, h; Ernest Savard, 5; Johnny Savard, 8^ ; 
Ferd. Thibeault, 38£ ; Johnny Tremblay, 13£. 

Colozza & Gobeil : spikes, 9,417 lbs. at 2c; 8 spike moulds, $5.44 ; auger bits, 3 at $1.25, 3 
at $1.50 

Gagnon, Philibert, stone, 38 toise at $3.50 ; Gauthier, Jules, cordage, 30 lbs. at 12c 

Gauthier, Leonce, pine : 11 x 11 in., 878 ft. at 10c ; 9 in., 665 ft. at 5c 



Carried forward, 



200 00 

174 45 

153 38 

7 80 


499 80 
55 00 
29 31 
11 00 

847 50 
31 29 


57 50 


46 90 


1,280 95 


1,222 75 
56 79 
60 20 
105 90 
96 41 
24 13 
45 48. 


16 44 


60 59 


5,083 57 



246 75 



343 81 



280 00 
141 00 

102 00 

202 03 
136 60 
121 05 



1,573 24 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-165 



St. Alexis, Baic des Ha ! fla !— Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Lavoie, Ernest : 11 x 11 pine, 315 ft. at 10c. ; 9 in. cedar, 3,714 ft at 5c 

Lepage, Ag. : 4i ft. saws, 2 at $2.50 ; tarieres, 2 at $1 ; vtonkiiit de mcule, .$1 

Savard, Johnny: stone, 13 toise at #3 . 50 1 11 xll pine, 133 ft. at 10c.; 9-in. pine, 2,997 ft. at 5c. 

Savard, J. N.: stone, 33 toise at §3. 50 ; 11 x 11 pine, 1,436ft. at 10c. 9-in. tamarack, 1,003 ft. at 5c. 

Tremblay, J.: 11 x 11 pine, 1,100 ft. at 10c: 11x11 tamarack, 2,800 ft. at 10c; 10-in. cedar, 
G,000ft. at 5c 

Truchon, Eugene : 3 x 9-in. x 12-ft. pine deals, 23 at 25c; 1 x9-in. x 12-ft. planks, 112 at 5c. . 

Stone, timber, iron, payments under $100 each : stone, 53;!j toise at $3.50 ; 11 x 11 pine, 3,215 
ft. at 10c; 9-in. pine, 1,583 ft. at 5c; 11 x 11 tamarack, 059 ft. at 10c.; 9-in. tamarack, 
1,713 ft. at 5c; 9-in. cedar, 241 ft. at 5c; iron, 10,976 lbs. at 2c; iron in bolts, 237 lbs. at 
5c; total, $982.31. Paid to the following persons : Bergeron, Abel, $9.03; Ligorie, $10 ; 
Bolduc, Ant, $10; Ant., $81.28 ; Bonneau, Phid., $0.85; Bouchard, Jos., $1.75; Dal- 
laire. Nap., $13.98; Desbiens, Jos., $4.38; Dufour, Arm., $1.4; Hermel, $7; Juste, 
$18.20; Fortin, Donat, $14; Geo., $2.20; Johnny, $24.88; Jos., $8.45; Gagnon, Abr., 
$23 ; Alexis, $9.35 ; Frs., $2.40 ; Johnny, $80 ; Ls., $10.45 ; Tobie, $5 ; Gauthier, Art., 
$5.30; Jules, $88.90; Maxim, $19.25 ; Gerard, Jean, $3.25 ; Ls., $5.25; Grenon, Pierre, 
$25; Petre, $21; Larouche, Jos., $10; Ls.; $42.36; Lavoie, Aug., $22.75; Phil., $45.65; 
Phil. (& Dufour,) $45.90; Lemieux, E. & Cie, $56.20; Minier, Jos., $7; Meride, 
$3.80; Savard, Edm., $65.90; Simard, Benj., $45.50; Chs., $5; Emile, $10; St. Jar, 
Felix, $13.10 ; Jos., $7 ; Thebault, Saml., $28.38 ; Tremblay, Ernest, $2.90 ; Frs., $3.55 ; 
Henry, $33.85 ; Johnny, $1.75 ; Jos., $1.17 ; Philbert, $5.80 



Total, carried to page Q — 5 



St. Alphoiise (Bagotville) : Landing Pier Repairs: Aug. 10-Sept. 30, 1898. 



Foreman, Peter McLean, 29 d. at $2 

Carpenters : Michel Bouchard, 23| d. at $1.50 ; Jos. Normand, 26| d. at $1.25 

Labourers, days at $1: Wilbrod Belair, 7\; Lambert Boivin, 19£ ; Elie Cote, 2; Hector 
Gagne, 10f ; Wilfrid Gagne, 12| ; Nap. Gauthier, 13| ; Hercule Lacroix, 8| ; Meride 
Larouche, 7 A ; Wilfrid Larouche, 16^ ; Herculin Lavoie, 7^ ; Pr. Leveque, 13^ ; Eugene 
Minier, 15£ ; Jos. Morin, 18 ; Pitre Munger, 3 ; Ls. Noel, 16| ; Anthime Normand, 20f ; 
Alfred Potvin, 8 ; Jos. Riverin, 6 ; Jean Tremblay, 23£ ; Emile Truchon, 8^ ; Thos. 
Truchon, 3 

Carters, days at $1.50: Jos. Boivin, 6J ; Alfred Bouchard, 8; Alfred Potvin, 6; Gedeon 
Tremblay, H .....: 

Boivin, Joseph, tamarack : 11 x 11, 358 ft. at 10c; 9-in. dia., 247 ft. at 5c 

Lepage, Ag.: tamarack, 7,025 ft. of 6 x 6 at 5c, 2,505 of 10 x 10 at 10c; 10 x 10 pine, 700 ft. 
at 10c; pine deals, 110 at 30c ; spruce deals, 400 at 30c, 175 at 25c; nails, 900 lbs. at 
3c ; paint, 300 lbs. at 6c 

McLean, Archibald, white pine : 11 x 11, 950 ft. at 10c; 6 x 8, 700 ft. at 5c 

McLean, Edmond, 11 x 11 tamarack, 200 ft. at 10c 

Perron, Alfred, iron bolts : 140 lbs. at 5c ; 933 at 3c ; 140 at 2c 

Tremblay, E., 11 x 11 tamarack, 400 ft. at 5c; Tremblay, J. Em., 11 x 11 pine, 498 ft. at 10c. 

Tremblay, J.: 11 x 11 tamaracfl, 2,750 ft. at 10c; 9-in. dia. spruce, 1,470 ft. at 5c 

Tremblay, Petre, iron bolts : 100 lbs. at 5c; 800 lbs. at 3c ; 135 lbs. at 2c 

Total, carried to page Q — 5 



St. Anicet: Repairs to Wliarf : July 1-Aug. 20, 1898. 

Conductor, Stanislas Dupuis, 44 d. at $2.50 

First carpenter, H. Messier, 36 d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.75 : Jos. Belair, 29 ; Etienne Lalumiere, 36 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Leandre Dagenais, 37 ; Zotique Laprade, 36 

Tinsmith, Jos. Forget, 2 d. at $1.50 ; painter, Ludger Fotget, 4 d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Jerome Dagenais, 25 ; Jos. Forget, b\ ; Ozias Forget, 25 ; Isai 

Lafleur, bh, ; Adelor Lafleche, 25 ; Isidor Leblanc, 25 

Carters, days at $3 : Oliver Dupuis, sr., 30 ; Oliver Dupuis, jr., 2 

Cossette & Frere : spruce, 8 x 8-in. x 8-16-ft., 1,520 ft. at $22 

Dion & Guindon : rock bolts, 1,545 lbs. at 3&C.; boiler plates, bent to angle, 2 at $7.50 ; 8-in. 

wire nails, 2 kegs at $2.50 ; 100 ft. of 1-in. iron pipe, $6 ; sundries, $9.81 

Dupuis, Augustus, rent of a lot to place wood and stone 

Dupuis, Joseph Ed., stone, 51 toise at $6 

Greer, J. & B., 12 x 12 hemlock, 525 ft. at 17c 

Lafleur, J. L.: drift bolts, 1,255 lbs. at 3^c ; cartage and boxes, $1 

Lechy, P. W., hardware, $11.55 ; Martin, Timothv, smithwork, $25.65 

Thibault, Geo. H., 3-in. hemlock, 5,592 ft. at lie ." 

Steamer " Rocket " : freight, $22.15 ; McArthur & Son, 850 ft. lumber, 814.96.. 

6 payments under $10 : repairing fence and replacing poles, $5 ; cable, 50 lbs., at 13c; 8-in. 

wire nails, 2 kegs at $2.50 ; sundry lumber and hardware, $25.93 



Total, carried to page Q — 5, 



$ cts. 
1,573 24 

217 20 

8 00 
20s 65 
309 15 

690 oo 
11 35 



982 31 
3,999 90 



58 00 
68 38 



241 75 



33 00 


48 15 


913 50 


130 00 


20 00 


37 79 


69 80 


348 50 


31 70 


2,000 57 


110 00 


90 00 


113 75 


109 50 


9 00 


138 74 


96 00 


33 44 


89 89 


15 00 


306 00 


89 25 


44 93 


37 20 


61 51 


37 11 


42 43 


1,423 75 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Ste. Anne de Sorel : Wharf, Oct. 1-Nov. 3, 1898. 

Conductor of works, Nazfcire Provost, 26 d. at $2 . 50 

Carpenters, days at $1.50: Jos. Antaya, 24^ ; Damase Lavallee 22^ ; Philip Lavallee, 27^ ; 

Felix Paul, 26^ 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Norman Berard, 2 ; Regis Latraverse, 2; J. B. Letendre, 25; 

Michel Lusignan, 26 ; Nap. Paul, 25 ; Najx Provencal, 25 ; Elzear Robidoux, 25^. . . 

Carters, with one horse, days at $1.75 : Etienne Provencal, 4 ; Cyrille Robidoux, 12 

Carter, with two horses, Jos. Bibeau, 2 d. at $2. 50 ; towing timber, Capt. M. Francoeur, 5 h. at $1. 
Labelle, Cy. : iron, 5,521 lbs. at $1.55; X cut saw, $2 50 ; 100 lbs. spikes, $2.50; 6-ft. cant 

dogs, 2 at $1.50 ; cant dog handles, 6 at 35c. ; sundries, $6.60 

Lemoine, P. C. : §-in. iron, 1,860 lbs. at $1.55 ; 2 kegs spikes, $5 ; sundries, $2.65 

Portelance, Ed. : bolts, 3,451 lbs. at 2c. : sundries, $4.25 

Sheppard, James & Son : hemlock, 10-in. x 10-in., 17 to29Jft., 1,430 1. ft. at 12c; 10-in. flat and 

round, 21 to 34 ft., 2,844 1. ft. at 12c. ; 8-in. x 10-in., 19 to 27 ft., 1,360 ft. b. m. at $14 ; 

7 to 15-ft. x 6-in. x 8 to 13-in., 6,155 ft. at $14; 3-in. pine, 4,500 ft. at $14 ; sundry, $16.13 
Soullier, Narcisse, stone, 27 toise at $10 



Total, carried to page Q— 5. 



Ste. Anne de Sorel : Ice Piers, July 16-Sept. 30, Nov. l-»ec. 3. 1898. 

Conductor of works, Naz Provost : services, 94 d. at $2.50 ; rent of shanty, cant-hooks, crow- 
bars, pulley blocks, &c, June to Dec, 1898, $40 

Carpenters, days at $1 . 50 : Jos. Antaya, 27| ; Aug. Bourque, 23 ; J. B. Bourque, 24 ; Pr. 
Cartier, 34 ; Louis Crete, 5 ; Damase Lavallee, 53i ; Philip Lavallee, 50 ; Naz. Letendre, 
321 . Felix Paul, 25§ ; Ed. Pelletier, 31 ; David Rioux, 32^ 

Labourers, days at $1 . 25 : Normen Berard, 51 ; Wif Bergeron, 36 ; Elz. Cantaras, 26^; Jos. 
Cantaras, 9 ; Pr. Cournoyer, 15^ ; Ed. Crete, 36 ; Nap. Ethier, 16^ ; A. Guilbault, 2| ; 
Jos. Guilbault, 2£ ; John Hayden, 28 ; Nap. Lanciault, 14i ; Regis Latraverse, 25 ; 
Damase Mandeville, 36| ; Ed. Pelletier, 5 ; Elz. Robidoux, 23i ; Jas. Sal vail, 3 . 

Carters, with two horses, days at $2.50: Narcisse Cournoyer, 1\ ; Pr. Latraverse, li ; Cyrille 
Robidoux, 5f 

Carters, with one horse, days at $1.75 : Narcisse Cournoyer, 9^ : iMap. Ethier, 6 ; Pr. Ethier, 
8t? ; Damase Lavallee, 6; Pr. Latraverse, 3; Paul Mongeau, Ih, ; Etienne Provencal, 18^; 
Cyrille Robidoux, 74| ; Narcisse Salvail, 5^ 

Rent of steam yacht for towing timber, hours at $1 : Alb. Beauchemin, 10 ; Moise Francoeur, 5. 

Rent of scow, Pierre Ethier, 2^ d. at $1 , 

Beauchemin, A. L. R., stone, 21 toise at $12 

Berthiaume, Jos. : iron, 6,601 lbs. at 2c ; repairing tools, &c, $6.50 

Berthiaume, Romuald, iron forged into spikes, 1,695 lbs. at 2c 

Cotnoir, Alex. : bolts, 347 lbs. at 2c ; 1 ladder, $2.70 ; smithwork, $4.60 

Labelle, Cy. : iron, 4,651 lbs. at $1.55; manilla cable, 73 lbs. at 12^c ; manilla rope, 90 lbs. 
at 14c ; sundries, $14 .75 

Lemoine, P. C. : iron, 449 lbs. at $1.55 ; 1 keg spikes, $2.50 ; sundries, $1.67 

Parent, P. E. : cab-hire, 3 trips at $1 ; telegram, 42c 

Portelance, Ed. : 15 cquerrcs pesant 652 lbs. at 2c ; 150 bolts, 250 lbs. at 2c ; sundries, $2. . 

Sheppard, James & Son ($1,354.32)— 

Hemlock : 10 x 10-in., 12 to 26-ft., 4,089 1. ft. at 12c ; 4 to 9-in., 10^ to 23-ft., 23,673 ft. 

at $14 ; flat, 10 to 12-in. at top, 12 to 28-ft., 3,981 ft. at 12c 

Pine, 1-in., 1,615 ft. at $18 ; 3-in. tamarack, 1,170 ft. at $14 ; sundry, $9.06 

Soulliere, Narcisse, stone, 19 toise at $10 



Total, carried to page Q — 5. 



Ste. Anne du Saguenay Wharf : Construction, &c, June 1-30, Aug. 1-31, '98. 

Foreman, Onesime Tremblay, 25 d. at $2 ; 1st carpenter, Oct. Gravel, 15 d. at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Brassard, Thos., 15^ ; Guay, David, 21 ; Jos., 4^ ; Gravel, Johnny, 

4, Oct. 5 ; Lapointe, Emile, 8; Tremblay, Delphis, 17 ; Edmond, 7; Elie, 2 ; Johnny, 6. 

Labourers, days at $1 : Marcil Sheehy, 18 ; Eleph Tremblay, 13| 

19 labourers, each under $10, 82 d. in all 

•Carters, days at $1 50 : Nap. Duchene, 2 ; Delphis Tremblay, 4 ; Thos. Tremblay, 10| 

Dallaire, Alexandre : bolts, 3,100 lbs. at 5c ; deals, 350 at 20c ; stone, 8 toise at $3.50 ; pine, 

1,447 ft. of 11 x 11 at 10c, 1,249 of 9 x 9 at 5c, $460.15 ; less $80.15, not paid Apl. 21, '98. 
Pine, 1,736 ft. of 11 x 11 at 10c, 3,814 of 9 x 9 at 5c ; stone, 6ft toise at $3.50 : paid to the 

following persons : Jos. Bouchard, $9.55; Nee Boucher, $23.55; Thos. Brassard, $7.35; 

Geo. Fillion, $3; Epip. Gagnon, $64.10; Jos. Gagnon (fils Louis), $14.70; Oct. Gravel, 

$40.40; Onesime Harvey, $52.35; Geo. Hudon, $30.40; Arthur Mailloux, $1.65; Jos. 

Noel, $23.10; Jos. Sheehy, $17.45; Hercule Simard, $5.90; Alex. Tremblay (Alexis), 

$4.05; Johnny Tremblay (Emilien), $8.75; Simeon Tremblay & A. Cote, $75.80; E. 

Verreault, $1.45 ; T. Villeneuve, $3 

Stationery Office, Ottawa 

Balance in hand of paymaster, April 22, 1898 



Total, carried to page Q — 5. 



$ CSS. 

65 00 



151 50 



163 13 
28 00 
10 00 


102 28 
36 48 
73 27 


697 21 
270 00 


1,596 87 


275 00 


507 38 


413 81 


21 13 


233 21 

15 00 

2 50 

252 00 

- 138 52 

33 90 

14 24 


108 58 

11 13 

3 42 

20 04 


1,299 82 

54 50 

190 00 



3,594 18 



72 50 

112 51 
31 50 
82 00 
24 75 

380 00 



386 55 
9 85 
15 


1,099 81 



. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q 167 



St. Fulgence Wharf: July 1 Aug. 30, 1898. 

Foreman, Alphonse Pedneault, 36 d. at $2 

First carpenter, Joseph Lapointe, 29 d. at $1.60 

Carpenters, days at $1.25: Pamph. Allard, 23 ; Jos. Gagnon, 20J ; Pitre Gerard, Ifa ; Aug. 

Laforet, sr., 29 ; David Pilotte, 17 : Jean Tremblay, 176 ; Moise Tremblay, 14.1 ; Herm. 

Turcotte, 1 

Boatman, Ath. Lajoie, 12 d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1 : Ern. Gagnon, 28i; Sim. Gagnon, 10 ; Alexis Girard, 12,', ; Jos. 

Barvey, 1 I' : Uph. Larouche, 31 ; Jos. Pedneault, 32 ; JeanPerron, 126 ; Edm. Simard, 

15£ ; Johnny Simard, 12 ; Phil. Simard, 10 ; 24 payments under .$10, $119.25 

Carters, days at $1.50 : Hy. Bergeron, 11| ; Johnny Brisson, 25| ; Jos. Simard, 156 

Bergeron, Phil., nails, 18c; Brassard, Hy., bolt iron, 687 lbs. at 5c . 

Colozza & Gobeil : bolt iron, 1,915 lbs. at 5c; spikes, 780 lbs. at 5e 

Gagnon, Eug. : deals, 73 at 25c ; bolt iron, 692 lbs. at 5c 

Lajoie, Chas., 9 \ 9 cedar. 123 ft. at 5c; Tessier & Petit, cordage, 54$ lbs. at 15c 

Pine : 4,053 ft. of 11 x 11 in. at 10c, 3,448 ft. of 9x9 in. at 5c, paid as follows :— Hy. 

Bergeron, $17.50 ; Phil. Bergeron, $40.75; E. Bolduc, $20 ; Narc. Brisson, $16.20 ; Alf. 

Gagnon, $10 ; Ep. Gagnon, $25 ; Eug. Gagnon, $28.65 ; Jos. Gagnon, $20.90 ; Alf. 

Girard, $23.45 ; Aug. Laforet, $41.85 ; Ath. Lajoie, $96.60 ; Chas. Lajoie, $12 ; Anth. 

Larouche $115 : X. Savard, $73 ; Thade Tremblay, $36.80 

Total, carried to page Q — 5 



; Thos. Tache, 4H 

16, Alexis 13, Arthur 2£, Geo. 76, Jul. 
Denis 206, Em. 1, Jos. 35J, Win. 3 ; 
Ambr. 18" Ans. 16, Come 7f, Theo. f ; 

Gauthier, Aug. 22|, Epiph 12, Ers. 7i, 
Jos. 12, Jule 23|, Marcial 10, Nap. 



St. Irenee. 

Extension of Wharf, July 1-Oct. 29, 1898. 

Foreman, Lucien Girard, 883 d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.15 : Edmond Gauthier, 40 

Labourers, days at $1 : Audet, Adj. 146, Adol. 
8, Med. 7f; Bouchard, Alex. 28$, Alf. 24, 
Desmeules, Geo., 28| ; Duchene, Ad. 35$, 
Gagnon, Johnny, 466 ; Gaudrault, Bas.,2; 
Geo. 37, Geo. 'jr. 22, Hilas 11, Hude 2£ 

40, Paul 266, Polemon 9, Tim. 39 ; Verida, 13 ; Girard, Adel 35£, Frs. 476, Geo. 
406 Jean 396", Jos. 11 ; Guerin, Come. 336, Elz. 28£, Louis 466, Nap. 286 ; Imbault, 
Did. 206, Eug. 17 ; Lajoie, Moril 30, Ones. 1 ; Perron, Just. 7, Wm. 56 ; Raymond, 
Alexis 10, Eug. 10, Jos. 9, Theo. 5£ ; Tremblay, Chas. 39^, Dedier 3£, Eug. 9, 
Eus. 40, Gonz. 37, Isa'ie 8, Louis 2J, Michel, 3 ; Trudel, Leon, 2 ... 

Man with horse, Nasta'i Girard, 33d. at $1.50 

Archer & Co., spruce deals, 250 at 25c 

Girard, Jos.: rent of 1 boat for lOd. and 2 for 96 d., each at 20c; sundries, $1.85 

Parent, Chas. A.: iron, 13,131 lbs. at $1.90; smith coal, 9 sacks at 80c, 9 sacks at 10c: 
tarred oakum. 56 lbs. at 8c ; nails, 4 kegs at $2.50 

Simard, Thos., white pine, 44 ft. of 11 x 11 in. at 13c, 116 ft. of 12 x 12 in. at 14c 

St. Pierre, Geo., 10 x 10 cedar, 1,220 ft. at ll|c 

Tremblay, Thos., cedar, 99 ft. of 12 x 12 in. at 12c, 50 ft. of 10 x 10 in. at 10c 

Stone, toise at $3.50 : Alf. Bouchard, 2 ; T. Duchene, 3 ; Hude Gauthier, 3 

Iron, cut and pointed, lbs. at 90c a 100 : Jos.Boily, 1,900 ; Jos. Gauthier, 2,000 ; P. Lajoie, 1,500 

Transportation of iron and wood : A. Duchene, $12.65; Nap. Gauthier, $6.90 ; Alf. Lavoie 
S22.21 , 

Hire of tools : D. D. Tremblay, $5.52 J Patrice Tremblay, 45c 

Spruce, 4,671 ft. of 12 x 12 in. at 10c, 5,060 ft, of 11 x li in. at 9c, 1,138 ft. of 12-in. dia. at 
8c, 352 ft. of 11-in. dia. at 8c. 792 ft. of 11-in. dia. at 76c, 9,639 ft. of 10-in. dia. at 7c, 
154 ft. of S- in. dia. at 4c, 3,072 ft. of 7-in. dia. at 3c, paid as follows :— Wm. Audet, 
$97.96 ; Adel Bouchard, $4.30 ; Aug. Bouchard, $17.42 ; Ers. Bouchard, $3.60 ; Geo. 
Bouchard. $347.06 ; Moise Bouchard, $60.02 ; Thos. Body, $9.76 ; Frs. Caron, $33.36 ; 
Ansime Duchene, $6.60 ; Cleo. Gagnon, $14.28 ; Elz. Gagnon, $47.89 ; Isai Gagnon, 
$27.64 ; Phil. Gagnon, $147.20 ; Ferd. Gauthier, $4.94 ; Frs. Gauthier, $7.38 ; Irenee 
Gauthier, $5.54 ; Jos. Gauthier, $26.40 : Alex. Girard, $80.76 ; Louis Jean, $24.40 : M 
Lajoie, $2.07 ; Ones. Lajoie, $28.13 ; Phil. Mercier, $25.98 ; Alf. Neron, $6.59 ; Chas. 
Neron, $29.80 : Denis Neron, $4.10 ; Elz. Perron, $13.96 ; Just. Perron, $218.21 ; Jos. 
Raymond, $8.14 ; Theo. Raymond, $18.63 : Adol. Rochfort, S10.14 ; Benj. Simard, $75 : 
Thos. Simard, $2.50 ; Chas. Tremblay, $132.35; Denis Tremblay, $10.56; Edm., 
Tremblay, $49.79 ; Eli. Tremblay, $1.54 ; Eug. Tremblay, $3.60 ; Jos. Tremblay, $3.60 
Lia Tremblay, $12.02 ; Louis Tremblay, $2.20 ; Ml. tremblay, $39 ; P. Tremblay, 
$4.27 ; Thos. Tremblay, $223.46 , 

White pine, 524 ft. of 11 x 11 in. at lie, 69 ft. of 12 x 12 in. at 12c, 45 ft. of 10 x 10 in. at 
10c, 177 ft. of 12-in. dia. at 8c, 20 ft. of 10-in. dia. at 7c, paid as follows : — Geo. 
Bouchard, $6.16 ; M. Gauthier, $11.44 ; Jos. Gauthier, $1.40 ; Ones. Lajoie, $2.42 : 
Prudent Lavoie, $3.66 ; Just. Perron, $15.18 ; Chas. Tremblay, $16.53 ; Patrice Trem- 
blay, 96c ; Thos. Tremblay, $28.23 ' 

Deals, 3 x 8 in. x 10 ft. at 176c: Geo. Bouchard, 123 ; Just. Perron, 80 ; Denis Tremblay, 23, 

Small items : oakum, 50 lbs. at 10c; grooves, 2 at 25c; w. pine, 23 ft. of 11 x 11 in. at 13c 
nails and iron, 99c 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



72 00 
4.", 50 


174 72 
18 00 


298 00 

7S 00 
34 53 
134 75 
52 85 
14 33 



577 70 



1,498 38 



177 00 
93 73 



1,172 50 


49 51 


62 50 


42 25 


272 09 


21 96 


137 25 


16 88 


28 00 


48 60 


41 76 


5 97 



1,892 15 



85 98 
39 56 



9 48 



4,197 17 



Q - 168 



AUDITOR G EX ERA US REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



St. Irenee — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Extension of TTfear/— Concluded. 

Vouchers outstanding : Jean Boily, $3 ; Epiphane Larouche, $22.39. 
Expenditure in 1897-8 (page Q— 150) in excess of vote, paid in 1898-9 



Construction of Wharf, June 1-30, 1899. 

Foreman, Lucien Girard, 23| d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.15 : Ed. Gauthier, 22| ; Thos. Tache, 3 

Labourers, days at $1 : Alex. Bouchard, 12 ; Geo. Bouchard, 11 J; ; E. Gauthier, 3 ; G.Gauthier, 
24 ; J. Gauthier, 8^ ; Geo. Girard, 21| ; N. Girard, 7 ; C. Guerin, 10| ; M. Lajoie, 10 
Jos. Reymond, 11| ; Chas. Tremblay, 16| ; D. Tremblav, 2 ; E. Tremblay, 21| 

Carter, D. Duchene, If d. at $1.50 

Gariepy, P. N., white pine, 11 x 11 and 12 x 12, 2,054 ft. at 13c 

Lavoie, Alp., transport of timber from Baie St. Paul, 2,054 ft. at l|c 

Parent, Chas. A. , iron and nails '. 

Spruce and pine at 8c. a foot : Geo. Bouchard, 1,028 ; F. Caron, 108 ; Jos. Gauthier, 270 ; E. 
Girard, 180 ; T. Girard, 22 ; P. Lavoie, 22 ; T. Raymond, 80 

Deals, 3 x 8, at 17ic. each : Ed. Bouchard, 550 ; Geo. Bouchard, 117 

Smith work : Jos. Boily, $8.40 ; Jos. Gauthier, $4.50 



Total carried to page Q- 



St. Jean des Chaillons : Improvements of Channel. 

Detailed under "Dredging, Quebec " — (dredge " Nithsdale," <&c.) . . .(Page Q— 216) 

in 1897-98, page Q— 150 



St. Laurent : Repairs to Wharf: July 27-Oct. 3, 1898. 

Foreman, Francis Leclerc, 55 d. at $2 

Carpenter, days at $1.40 : David Godbout, 5ff 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Louis Campeau, jr., 18 ; Jos. Chatigny, 44^ ; Joachim Godbout, 
44| ; Od. Laprise, 44| , 

Labourers, days at $1 : Magloire Gosselin, 38i ; Alphonse Labbe, 30;} ; Celestin Lapierre, 
12 ; Nap. Pouliot (pilot). 38f ; Nap. Pouliot (France), 44^ ; Nap. Thivierge, 23 ; 5 pay- 
payments under $9, $12.50 

Archer & Co. : 12 x 9 x 3 spruce deals, delivered at wharf, 683 at 25c , 

Brown, J. & W. D.: cedar, 16-32 ft. long, 1,261 ft. at ll^c; tamarack, 64'4 ft. at 16c; white 
pine, 1,776-62 ft. at $24 ; square cedar, 1,217 ft. at 11-^c 

Delisle, Z., smithwork, $25 ; Gagnon, Joseph, white pine, 2,076 cub. ft. at 17e 

La Campagnie Maritime et Industrielle de Levis : freight 

Leclerc, Francois, labour and tools, $12.94 ; Thom, John S., towing timber, $20 

Parent, Chas/A.: f iron, 2,139 lbs. at $1.90 ; nails, 8 kegs at $2.50 ; rope, 77 lbs. at 16c 
sundry hardware, $22.91 .. . . , 

Nine pavments under $8 : coal oil and nails, $2.67 ; sundry spruce and plank, $12.04 ; sawing 
wood, $7.08 ; carting, $1.75 

Total, carried to page Q— 5 ... „ 

St. Nicolas : KepK. Wliarf : July 19-Nov. 4, 1898, May 15- June 17, 1899. 

Foreman, Ls. Marti neau, 112| days at $2 

Blacksmiths, days at $1.50 : Modeste Desrochers, 45^ ; Benj. de Villers, 214; 

. Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Angus Baker, 83 ; Jos. Bertrand, 20J ; Bapt. Carrier, 47| ; Elz 
Demers, 75i ; Jos. Doville, 74i ; Ed. Fortier, 84 ; Julien Lambert, 75 ; Frs. Langlois 
SSh ; Frs. Lavoie, 103^ ; Jos. Marion, 27 ; Etienne Pelletier, 100^ ; Ls. St. Hilaire, Uh 
Pierre St. Pierre, 2| 

Labourers, days at $1 : Delph. A Hard, 114; ; Oct. Allard, 15£ ; Sam'l Baker, 14£ ; Jos. Ber 
trand, 9 ; Bapt. Carrier, 30f ; Tel. Coulombe, 10^ ; Theoph. Coulombe, 69 ; Elz. Demers 
14f ; Pierre Demers, 7i ; Jos. Filteau, 4 ; Ed. Fortier, 31^ ; Sam'l Fortier, 13| ; Xav 
Fortier, 46f ; Jos. Gingras, 73£ ; Elz. Hebert, 35^ ; Frs. Langlois, 1 ; Jos. Leroux, 4 
Eug. Martineau, 54| ; Alcide Olivier, 23£ ; Alph. Olivier, 37^ ; Ls. Plante, 98f ; Frs 
Roberge, 19J ; Alph. Rousseau, 35 ; Pierre St. Pierre, 34^ 

Man and horse, days at $1.50 : Delph. Allard, 3 ; Frs. Allard, 6 ; Oct. Allard, 211; J Elz 
Daville, 7f ; Pieire Hebert, 1| ; Alph. Rousseau, 2 ; Frs. Rousseau, 11 

Carter, Pierre Demers, 5| days at $1 

Archer & Co. : 121 pes. sq. spruce timber, 3,381 ft. at 13c . 

Baker, Angus : stone, 22i toise at 50c. ; tuff, 248 loads at 10c. ; hire of winch, &c, $2.75 

Carried forward 



•s cts. 
4,197 17 



25 39 
94 



47 50 
29 62 



138 25 
2 62 

267 02 
25 68 
23 94. 

136 80 
116 73 

12 90 



5,024 56 



4,11)2 67 
709 95 



4.902 62 



110 00 

72 45 

189 69 



199 25 

170 75 

721 as 
377 92 

14 91 
32 94 

95 88 

23 54 



2,008 99 



225 50 
100 14 



989 69 



694 50 



79 14 


5 75 


139 53 


38 80 



2,573 05 



• PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q 169 



st. Nicolas: Repairing Wharf— Coneliided. 



Brought forward 



Bertrand, Jos. 
Bourget et cie : 



: rope, 120 lbs. at 15c., 
$5.60 ; 2 herminettes, 



sq. pme, 1,966 ft, at lie. ; iron, 2,500 lbs. at lie. 
•,, \ 8 spikes, K) kegs at $3.50 ; § chain, 692 lbs." at 3#c 

', :,t , 12c ^ ; l' m \ n t lls ' 1 ke & s at $1 - 95 - 1 »t $2.25; 4 cant hook. 
M : 2 godendards, *4 ; freight, ^.70 : sundry hardware, $19.64 
Brown, J. cv W. ]>.. w. pme, 2,139 Et. at $35 

0ar ^hacklt in $f75 O " : ironwork ' l > 0i7 11,s - at5c « ; 4 8 ' heave " s and'8 bolts, 568 lbs. at 5c. "j 2 

Cimon, Ls., sfc me, 8*4 I tpise"at*$4'; Doyle," Win'.,' hardware,' $11.69! 

^ne"^^^ 

Garant, Jos., 8t. Romuald : round iron. 17,605 lbs. at lie. ; 7 x 10 elm 4 2851 ft 'at 1-V ■ 

. 10 red pme L594 ft. at 4c ; 8 x 12 8q . pine, 38? 1. feet at 12?' whife p/ne, 2 211^ 

at 14c 36 ft. at 22c. ; pme deals, equal to 3 x 11-in. x 12 ft., 1,442 at 31c, 4064 at 29c • 

25-ft. >pruc, traverses 51 at 35c. ; spruce, 493 ft. of 10 x 10 at lHc 1,957 ft. of "11 x 11 a 

H,i h \v * °l X l 2 at43 ^V 4 °/ fc - of 13 x 13 ;lt 14 * c " J towi "^ timW, $6. . . 

d , $2 '' g ™ ' C " 7 tripS at Sl2 ' l ilt ® 6 ; , « nt of raftin & chains, il 

Hardy. Zeph., 10 x 10 spruce 1,010 ft." at i6jc. ' Robi'tail'le' Pr.','carting deals' '${6'82 

Machinery Supply ( !o. : winches for hoisting, 2 at $24 ; cartage 30c 

a T ha^dlts- ^'S. 910 lbS " ^ 2a ; 7 " in ' nails ' 5 k( ' gS at 32 - 5 ° ; 2 h ^^r 8 ; '36 lbs.' at 15c' '; 

St ' ^tT'V ^.^ ^^ : '"^^"-^^V ii ' i ' i0 '- i: at'lHc.; 3,129 ft. of ll'x 11-in. 
at 12,c. 99 ft. of 12 x 12-m. at 13^c. ; round, 1,219 ft. of 11-in. at LUc 

Bonrassa, .LB., legal services and expenses, Oct., 1897, to May 1808 

l^angelier, Uns., examining titles, and reporting, July, 1898. ..... 



Total, carried to page Q- 



M. Rocb des Aulnaics : Wharf, 

Queen's Printer's account, $27.30 ; advertising, $156.16 



Harbours and Rivers: Quebec Generally. 

Batiscan Surrey: April 1-7, 1899 ($7 .' j. 

Assistance to Engineer Fraser : 11 labourers, 52 d. at $1.25, 7 at Sl 

Bic Wharf, Bcparr*.- Sept. 8-16, 1898, (&97J1). 
Foreman, Joseph Burette, 7 days at $2 

Carpenters days at $1.25: J. Bte. Michaud, 6 ; Ernest' Parent,^ 

Labourer,, days at $1 : Aug. Caron, 1 ; Elz. Gagner, 2h ; Phil daener H ■' Litre 'Gainer V 

Hnfe; ] : vfo^SJJ »?&* fc>2 x 9 : in :. x12 t — d ^; 79 . at * 

Cap a VAUjh, Extension of Wharf: July 1-19, 180S ($259.85). 
Foreman, Alfred Dechene, 14^ days at $2 

Labourers, days at $1 : Henri Carre, 5 ; Ferd. Couturier 44 • F TW^'lV*. '*§ " T I : "fV* 

Oarleton Wharf Repairs : Oct. 2 to 18, 1898(955.09). 
Conductor, J. E. Cullen, 7A d. at .$1.50. . 

feM s £»i£ W G d e °atsi ,ser - n ; ' 6 -^Bia„e, «! i . .' .•..:;;:: ; ; ; ;.;.;; ; ; ; ; 

^^"d^^rSi^rwU jg ^'^^> «-«V .teel and i^«.7 i : 
Hardware, 88.45 ; smithwork, $1.95 ; freight, $1.29. .....'.'...]'. 

Carried forward 



$ eta 


2,573 05 


253 76 


136 39 
74 86 


82 50 
348 69 



501 48 



2,147 14 

92 00 
116 87 
48 30 

37 30 

672 31 

1,186 74 

60 87 

115 00 

50 00 



8,497 26 



183 40 



72 00 



14 00 
i:s 75 

22 50 

36 28 
10 58 



29 50 
78 44 



64 50 
17 25 

4 80 

65 36 



11 25 

13 13 

2 25 

16 77 
11 69 

484 05 



Q-170 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1S9S-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Harbours and Rivers : Quebec Generally — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Chicoutimi: June 1 to 30, 1898 ($172.03). 



Foreman, Alphonse Pedneault, 6 d. at $2 

7 labourers. 18| d. at $1 ; carter, Thadie Desbiens, 4 d. at $1.50 

Bergeron, Henry, 9-in. round tamarack, 300 ft. at 5c 

Oolozza & Gobeil, spats, 475 lbs. at 5c 

Larouche, Antime : 11 x 11 pine, 210 ft. at 10c. ; pine deals, 108 at 22c. . . 

Leinieux, Ed., 11 x 11 pine, 158 ft. at 10c 

Price Bros. & Co., deals : cull, 12 std. at 16c. ; 4th quality, 9S std. at 35c. 



Etang dn Nord ($74.75). 

Arseneau, Wm. C, storage of tools, &c, on premises, 19^ m. to July 15, 189S, at 50c 

Leslie, Wm., & Co., use of land at Etang du Nord : for placing 2 scows, 12 y. to Sept. 30, 
1898, at $5 ; for building crib for breakwater, .$5 " 



,Gatineau Point : Nov. 9 to 11 ($18.90). 

Delphis St! Jean,' 3 ; M.' Teenier, 2! 



Foreman, Denis Belanger, 3d. at $2. . . . 
Labourers, days at -$1.25 : E. Seguin, 2 ; 
Horse-hire, Delphis St. Jean, \ d. at $1. 

Belanger, Denis : repairing bolts, 50c. ; telephone message, 15c , 

Berthiaume, Jos. , use of boat to carry pile-driver from Gatineau Point to Ottawa 

Grande* Bergeronnes : July 10 to 30, 1898 (-$401.26). 

Foreman, Blaise Larouche, 13 d. at $2 

66 labourers, 284^- d. at 81, 8£ d. at 75c, 8| d. at 60c 

12 horses, 44| d. at 50c 

Savard, Odilon : steel, 120 lbs. at 10c. ; steel crowbars, 8 at $1 ; iron for bolts, 160 lbs. at 5c. ; 
blasting powder, 15 lbs. at 40c. ; hammers, 5 at $1 ; ratelle, 5 lbs. at 40c. ; rope, 40 lbs. at 
lie. ; 3 x 9 x 12 deals, 25 at 2 c. ; 10-in round cedar, 140 ft. at 5c 



Lake St. John : Piers. 

Scott, B. A., spruce : 11 x 11, 1,500 ft. at 10c. ; 10-in. diam., 1,000 ft. at 5c. 
at 25c. (Peribonka .$100, Roberval $75, St. Flavien $75) 



3 x 12 deals, 200 



Lanoraie Wharf: Nov. 1 to Dec. 21, 1898 ($588.77). 

Tel. Bourdon, 2Q% ; Hosanna Lebrecque, 26| ; Jos, 



Foreman, J. Edgar Arpin, 43 d. at $2 . 

Labourers, days at $1 : Jos. Bourdon, 6| 

Laroche, 26f ; Homer Page, 25J 

Carters, days at $1.75 : Frs. Bourdon,' 60 ; J. B. Bourdon, 60 

Arpin, Mme. M., sand, 150 loads at 10c. ; Parent, P. E., outlay, $3.01 

Stone, toise at $7 : Bonin, D., 1 ; Bourdon, Norbert, 8| ; Champagne, Alf. 1, Atchey 3, 
Gil. 2 ; Dalcourt, C, 1 ; Desrosiers, Alexis 4, Alexis fils Bazile 5, J. L. g, Ls. 6, 
Norbert 1 ; Ducharme, Cerile 2, Nap. 2 ; Ferland, Arthur, 1J ; Fizet, Elz., 2 ; Her- 
vieux, Medore 1, Norbert 4 ; Marion, Jos., lh ; Mondor, Nap., 1 ; Nadeau, Jos., 1 ; 
Robillard, Chas., 1 " 



Lotbinitre Wharf Repairs : May 12 to 24, 1898 ($103.92). 



Conductor of works, P. E. Filteau, 11 d. at $2 

Carpenter, Alfred Vaudreuil, 7 , 3 - d. at $1.25 

Labourers, d. at $1 : Alex. Guimont, 8 ; Leon Mailhot, 7 ; Thos. Richard, 83 ; Prisque Tan- 

guay, 7'3 

Hire of horse, d. at 50c. : Leon Mailhot, 7 ; Prisque Tanguay, | , 

Desrochers, Phileas, 100 spruce deals, 3 x 9 x 12 

Noel, H. Arthur, 75 pes. lumber, 18 to 25 ft. long , 

Man with horse, 2 d. at $1.50 ; 6-in. nails, 42 lbs. at 3c. ; hardware, $3.54 ; smithwork, 55c. 

lumber, 40c 



Lotbiniere Wharf, June, 1899. 

Filteau, P. E., placing buttresses for approach to wharf 

Magog Wharf, August 27, 1898 ($49.00). 

John Browley, James Martin, Arthur Talbot, 

; 1 keg spikes, $2.50 ; repairing wharf, $1.50. . 

Carried forward , 



Labourers repairing wharf, 1 d. each, $1.25 : 

J. P. Talbot 

Taylor, John : Hemlock plank, 5,000 ft. at $8 



$ cts 


484 05 


12 00 
24 50 
15 00 
23 75 
44 76 
15 80 
36 22 


9 75 


65 00 


6 00 
8 75 
50 
65 
3 00 


26 00 
295 73 

22 13 



57 40 



250 00 



m 00 

112 00 
22 76 

18 01 



350 00 



22 00 
9 12 

30 80 

3 75 

18 00 

11 50 

8 75 



85 00 



5 00 
44 00 

2,227 68 



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Harbours and Rivers : Quebec Generally — Continued 

Brought forward 

Oak Point, P.Q., June, 1899. 



Chamberlin, Hannibal, shifting two beacon-lights at Oak Point 

Point St. Julien : Dec. 12 to 31, 1898 ($104.67). 



Conductor, Jean Bte. Rouleau, 10^ d. at $2 

Carpenter, d. at $1. 50 : Louis Rouleau, 9 ; J. Elzear Rouleau, 8£ 

Labour, Jules Castonguay, 6^ d. at $1.25 

Castonguay, L. : freight and'cartage, $11.90 ; oak post, $4 ; pine post, $4 ; lumber, $2 . . 

5 payments under $9 : £ x 12 bolts, 76 at 10c; box and cartage, 50c; spikes, $3.15 ; 2 straps. 
75c; nails and studding, 52c; 2 pine posts, $3 ; 1 sheet tole, $1.35 ; pine deals, 675 ft. at 
$11 ; smithwork, $3.10 



Port au Saumon: Removal of Skoals, July 25 to August 19, 1898 ($Ifi3.S6) % 

Foreman, Win. Tremblay, 22£ d. at $2 

Blacksmith, Henri Bois, 20 d. at $1 

55 labourers, 278^ d. at 75c; 16 carters, 102 d. at $1.20 

Tremblay, Xavier : blasting powder, 13 lbs. at 35c; hardware, $2.85 

Quebec, Queen's Wharf: Repairs, October 7 to November 21, 1898 ($636.00). 

Devarennes, Ferd.: white pine, 5,338 ft. at $45 ; Rock Island elm, 3,055 ft. at $35 ; 9 x 10-in, 
tamarack, 1,680 ft. at $35 ; carpenters, 76 d. at $2 ; iron, 1,720 lbs. at lfc.j sundry, $47.97. 

Richelieu River, Repairs to Ice. Piers : Feb. 11 to March 15, 1899 ($555.93). 



Foreman, Nazaire Prevost, 28 d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, d. at $1.50 : Jos. Guilbauit, 26 ; Edouard Pelletier, 26 

Labourers, d. at $1 : Alfred Allard, 26 ; Jos. Berthiaume, 26 ; Edouard Crete, 26 

Carter, d. at $1.75 : Cyrille Robidoux, 12 d 

Prevost, Naz. & Co., rent of tools and shed, February and March 

Portelance, Ed., f-in. bolts, 1,910 lbs. at 3£c ; smithwork, $4.20 

Labelle, Cy., spikes, 136 lbs. at 3c ; sundry hardware, $4.30 

Sheppard, Jas. & Son.: hemlock, 9,567 ft. at $14, 200 ft. at $10; tamarack, 3,384 ft. at $21. 
234 ft. at $14 



Sandy Bay. 



Advertising. 



Ste. Agathc des Monts, River Castor Works : Sept. 28 to Oct. 18, 1899 ($348.39). 

Henri E. Parent : foreman, 16 d. at $2 ; horse, 13^ d. at $1 

Asst. foreman, Cyril Guindon, 9 ' 35 d. at $1.50 

Labourers, d. at $1 : Hon. Belanger, 1 ; A. Cloutier, 5 "85; B. Cloutier, 2; Horner Cloutier, 
9-35; Cleop. Gauthier, 7*85; Fred. Gauthier, 14; Horm. Gauthier, 12 35; J. Bte. Gau- 
thier, 14 ; Jer. Gauthier, 12£ ; Theophile Gauthier, 1 ; Ferd. Heins, 12; Ed. Lantier, 9.35; 
Alex. Paiement, 13 ; Zenon Paiement, 13^ 

Deschenes, Louis, tempering drills, 70 h. at 25c 

Frothingham & Workman, cast steel, 97 lbs. at 12c 

Ste. Agathe Scierie : 3 and 2-in. w. spruce, 6,350 ft. at $8.50 ; 50 per cent dynamite, 3 cases 
at $10 ; caps and fuse, $6 ; use of drills, $5 ; sundry hardware, $13 ; cartage of dynamite 
from Montreal to Ste. Agathe, 3 trips at $8 



Ste. Anne de Bcllevue. 



Globensky, A., legal services re titles to wharf 

Ste. Anne de la Pe'rade. 

Brochet, Achille, storing tools, 12 m. to Feb. 15, 1899 at $2 

St. Genevieve: Repairs: Oct. 28-Dcc. 22, 1898 ($1,036.16). 

Foreman and conductor, Francois Lalonde, 45 days at $2 

Carpenter, days at $1.75 : Tancrede Laframboise, 42 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Adelard Lalonde, 42 ; Camille Laniel, 37* ; Adelard Laframboise, 

37* ; Severe Richer, 41* 

Labourers, days at $1.25: 6. Binette, 4£ ; Jos. Claude, 40* ; Jos. Laurin, 20; Maxime Le- 

blanc, 24 ; Zenon Pilon, 4 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
2,227 68 

100 00 



21 00 

26 25 

8 13 

21 90 



27 39 



44 50 

20 00 

331 46 

7 40 



636 00 



70 00 
78 00 
78 00 
21 00 
20 00 
66 28 
12 38 

210 27 



5 46 



45 50 
14 02 



127 75 
17 50 
11 64 



131 98 

43 10 

24 00 

90 00 
73 50 

237 75 

116 26 



4,966 10 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Harbours and Rivers: Quebec Generally — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Ste. Genevieve: Repairs — Concluded. 

Carters, days at $1.50 : Camile Cardinal, 5 ; Pr. Claude, 4 ; Marc Lamere, 4 ; Armidas Le- 
blanc, 4 ; Didace Theoret, 4^ 

Barbeau, Albert : spruce deals, 442 ft. at 3|c,; sundry lumber, $13.03. . . . . 

Brunet, Venant : spikes and bolts, 1,078 lbs. at 4c; sundries, $2.15 

Cousineau, J. Bte., carting lumber 

McLaurin, A. P., & Co.: 12 x 6 tamarack, 16 ft. long, 192 ft. at $24 ; 8-in. tamarack, 17 to 20 
ft. long, 8,115 ft. at $24 ; 12 x 12 hemlock, 4,560 ft. at $15 ; 3-in. pine, 3,600 ft. at $10. . . . 

Nantel, Camille, smithwork 

Payment, Emery : chain, 22J lbs. at 20c; axes, 3 at 80c; hardware, $7.52 

5 payments under $7 : cartage, 11 trips at 20c; painting 2 signs for wharf, $5 ; sundry hard- 

ware, $10.64 

Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q— 262) 

St. Laurent aVOrleans: Repairing Slip: Oct. 17-Nov. 3, 1898 (-$144.82). 

Foreman, Frs. Leclerc, 6 d. at $2 ; carpenter, David God bout, 6 d. at $1.40 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Jos. Chatigny, 5 ; Emile Dumas, 4g ; Joachim Godbout, 5 ; Cel. 

Lapierre, 5 9 

Labourers, days at $1 : Mag]. Gosselin, 5 ; A. L'Abbe, 1 

Archer & Co., 3 x 9 x 12 spruce deals, 25 at 25c ; Bouffard, P., nails, 24 lbs. at 3c 

Brown, J. & W. D., w. pine, 1,706 ft. at $35 ; Carrier, Laine & Co., 4 pulleys, 257 lbs. at 5c. 

Delisle, Z., smithwork, $5.93 ; Levis M. & I. Co., freight, $6.20 

Parent, Chs. A., | keg nails . . , 

St. Michel de Bellcchasse Wharf: July 22-Aug. 16 ($406.00). 

Foreman, Albert Forcade, 16 days at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Louis Fiset, 9 ; Zeph. Gagnon, 13| 

Labourers, days at $1 : Ph. Blais, 2f ; Pr. Carrier, ?>\ ; CI. Chretien, If ; Pr. Chretien, 6| ; A. 
Goupil, 3 ; Frs. Jac:kson, 4 ; Alex. Launiere, 12| ; Adel. Lemieux, 12| ; Ed. Morrisson, 1^. 

Atkinson, Henry, 3 in. x 12 ft. spruce deals, 7 to 9 in. wide, 500 '04 std. at 20c 

Brown, J. & W. D. : oak, 21^ ft. at $55 ; 3 x 12 x 12 white pine, 300 ft. at 2c 

Fournier, Amable, 1 trip of boat with deals 

Garant, Joseph : 3 x 11 x 12 white pine deals, 268 at 30c; cedar, 10-in. dia., 1,105 ft. at 5c. . . 
Rousseau, F. : nails, 5 kegs at $2.20 ; sundries, $1.27 

6 payments under $7 : carting cedar deals, 38 trips at 10c ; freight, 90c ; crow bar, 50 lbs. at 6c : 

f-in. iron, 124 lbs. at $1.65 ; iron, worked and pointed, 671 lbs. at lc; sundry lumber, $5.37. 

Tadoussac (Anse a VEau) Wharf. 
Pay-list, Oct. 1 to Nov. 5, 1898— 

Conductor, Nap. Rouleau, 30 d. at $2; carpenter, Jos. Bouchard, 28J d. at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.25: Ed. Hovington, 22| ; Emilien Lavoie, 19|; Ed. Renaud, 20|; 
Jos. Savard, 6j ; Theoph. Savard, 19 ; Roger Therrien, 29 

Labourers, days at $1 : Evariste Marquis, 2^ ; Pierre Plourde, 2 

Caron, Eugene : 3x9x12 spruce deals, 100 at 25c; 11 x 11 tamarack, 75 pes. at 10c 

Colozza & Gobeil : winches, 2 at $40; 6 chain rollers, 392 lbs. at 7c; 50-ft chain, 390 lbs. at 6c. 

Cote, Boivin et Cie., 2-in. iron pipe, 70 ft. at lie 

Gagne & Lepage, voucher outstanding 

Dumont, E. T.: 3 x 7 x 12 spruce, 100 at 20c; 9-in. cedar, 205 ft. at 6c 

Maher, J. N., & Co., voucher outstanding, Oct. 17, 1899 . . 

Maher, John N., demolishing and removing old wharf and building 



Sundry Expenditure. 

Lafleur, J. L. ; steel wire rope, 1,000 ft. at $1 .95 

Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q — 262) 

Engineers, Quebec and Ontario : salaries and expenses ( n 

Trip of minister and engineer to Maritime Provinces, &c ( n 

Freight and express : Can. Expr., $33.69 ; C. P. R. Ry., $1.45 ; Dom. Express, $4.80. 
Stationery office 



173) 
145) 



Total carried to page Q — 5 . 



Engineers, &c.: Ontario and Quebec, 



travel, &c, $784.14 

.90 (salary charged under 



Quebec : Thos. Breen, resident engineer, 365 d. at $5.50 

Levis : XL. Valiquet, resident engineer, travel, &c. 
Graving Dock," page Q — ) 

Three Rivers — 

Thos. Berlinguet, resdt. engineer : 365 d. at $5.50 ; travel, &c, $55.40 
L. P. Dallaire, paymaster, general travelling expenses 



Levis 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
4,966 10 



32 25 
28 50 
45 27 
34 75 

303 77 
31 85 
14 42 

17 84 
10 00 



20 40 



6 00 


6 97 


72 56 


12 13 


1 25 


32 00 


28 44 


48 00 


100 00 


17 82 


10 00 


135 65 


12 27 



21 82 



102 75 

145 94 

4 50 

32 50 

130 84 

7 70 

20 85 

32 30 

18 10 

175 00 



19 50 

2,850 54 

556 13 

366 82 

39 94 
142 19 



10,681 17 



2,791 64 

653 90 

2,062 90 
52 35 

5,560 79 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-173 



Engineers, &c. : Ontario and Quebec— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Maria, Gaspe Co.: Syl. Cyr, paymaster : commission, $78.95 ; travel, $24.26 

Chambord : Roger Laroche, paymaster, 3^ p. c. com. on $4,088.17 

Chicoutimi : Dr. Ed. Savard, paymaster, l| p. c. on $10,024.82, $159.35 ; travel, $137! . . ', . 

Goderich : W. C. Brough, resident engineer, general travel 

Toronto — 

H. A. Gray, resident engineer, 305 d. at $0.85, less 8 d. in March 

.. travelling expenses, &c, $593.24 ; postage, $04.00 

Refunded in 1899-1900, to credit of " Casual Revenue " 

Newsome & Gilbert, rent of S. P. typewriter, 12 m. to June 30, at $5 ... '. . . 

Ellis Co., repg. instrument, $10 ; Inc. Lt. Co., current, 9 m. to Dec. 31, $9 

McKenna, J. P., Ontario map, $5 ; Ramsay & Co., photo supplies, $5.15 

Robt. C. Stewart, assistant engineer : salary, July-Oct., Dec. 27-J\me 31, 10, 4 T m. at $90 

$911.01 ; travel, assistance, $303.97 

W. C. Brough, travel in July, 1898 ".'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'. 

E. B. Temple, travel in Apl.-June, 1899 (salary under " Toronto Harbour ")............ 

W. G. Warner, late assistant engineer : removal expenses of self and family, Toronto to 
Montreal, {See report of 1897-98, page Q— 254), subsequently authorized by the 
Treasury Board 



Chained to the following votes — 

Chief engineer's staff (Page Q— 230) 



Harbours and Rivers, Quebec generally . 

it Ontario generally.. 

it Repairs generally. 
Surveys and inspections 



Bayfield : Dredging. 



172) 
180) 
242) 
229) 



0,460 45 

556 13 

1,506 13 

1,504 27 

802 51 



$ cts . 

5,560 79 

103 21 

143 10 

290 35 

37 41 

2,445 45 

657 84 
50 00 
60 00 
19 00 
10 15 

1,215 58 
28 93 
77 25 



124 43 



Inspector of dredging, Alex. Ross, Sept. 6-Oct. 15, 1898. 24 d. at $2.50 

Bowman & Porter, Southampton: Dredge "Hackett," 130 hrs. at $8 ; towim? Dredge to 
Bayfield, $100 \ . ._ s 



Total carried to page Q— 0. 



Bowmanville Harbour: Sept. 1-Nov. 28, June 15-27. 

Foreman, John McClellan, 02 d. at $2 

Carpenter, Wm. Rowe, 50£ d. at $2 .. ... 

Labourers : Thos. Hoar, 58£ d. at $1.25 ; S. Hearle, 3| d. at $1 ; Ls. Rowe','46i d.'at $1.". '. , 

Wm. Shaw : teamster, 4 d. at $3 ; carting plank, 50c 

Cann, Wm. : pine timber, 1,033 ft. of 8 x 8-in. and 1,401 ft. 10 x 10-in. at $i4!50;'4,330 ft for 

scow, at $21.50 ; pine plank, 5,179 ft. of 3-in., 96 ft. of 2-in., at $12.70 ; teaming, $2 16 
Cormack, Geo., pine timber : at $14.50, 1,280 ft. of 8x8-in., 2,067 ft. of 8xl0-in., 10,610 ft 

of 10x10 in.; at $19. 50, 10,441ft. of 10x10 in 

Frise, Wm., teaming : 93,241 ft. timber at 50c. a M. ; spikes and iron, 50c " "/ 

Hoar, Dustan : § x 6 wrot. spikes, 500 lbs. at 3c 

Martyn, J. B. : | x 0-in. wrot. spikes, 05 lbs. at 3c. ; 6-in. wire nails, ib lbs. at 2a'c*. ....'. '..'. 

McClellan, John, foreman, travel and outlay 

Victoria Harbour Lumber Co. : 8 x 8-in. to i0xl2-in. pine, 30,691 ft. at $14';' 3-in.' pine plank, 

30,107 ft. at $12. 20 . F 

Worth, Richard : f x 6 wrot spikes, 1 keg at $3 ; £ x 6 pressed spikes, 6 kegs' at' $3;' coal tar, 

o galls, at 20c, 2 brls. at $5 ; J sq. iron, 410 lbs. at 2^c. ; smith work, $11.07 



Total, carried to page Q— 



Burlington Cliannel : Repairs to Piers. 

Allan, Geo : coal oil, 48f galls, at 18c ; dope, 30 lbs. at 10c. ; 3 kegs nails, $0.20 ; sundries, $1.60. 

Irymg,^Geo. : gravel, 75 yds. at 75c. 

King, S. S. : moving brick house at Hamilton Beach per contract . ... '. 

Reid, W. J. removing fences and buildings at light-keeper's house, 40 hrs., $10 ; car-fare $1 

Thomson, R. & Co., white pine, 2 x 12 x 10-12, 1,904 ft. at $10 

Gray, H. A., supt. engineer, Toronto, 20 trips to Burlington Beach .... 



Pay-lists, July, Oct. and Nov. 

Carpenters, Rich'd Coleman, 30 d. at $2.25; Jno. Smith, 14J d. at $1.75 
Carpenters, days at $2 : Peter Haney, 36J ; Jas. Chisholm, 14; Chris. Klainka, 14J. 

Carried forward 



10,829 49 



10,829 49 



60 00 
1,140 00 



1,200 00 



124 00 

100 50 

122 55 

12 50 

207 10 

501 68 
47 12 

15 00 
2 20 

16 46 

796 97 
53 92 



2,000 00 



19 57 
56 25 

260 00 
11 00 
30 40 

124 00 



106 37 
130 00 

738 25 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Burlington Channel : Repairs to Piers — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Paylists, July, Oct. and Nov. —Concluded. 

Labotirers, days at $1.50: Wra. Smith, 22; Jas. Hiscott, 32; Jas. Campbell, 31 ; Rich'd 
Fletcher, 20 ; And. Green, 22 ; David McGillivray, 31 ; Walter Braham, 31 ; David 
Fletcher, 12 ; Robt. Langton, 25£; Jas. Mortimer, 28 ; Alb. Omand,14 ; Thos. Depew, 12£; 
Chas. Drysdale, 14 ; Dugal Laforce, 14J ; Chas. Blanchard, 144 ; M. O'Neil. 14* ; Geo. 
McGillivray, Q ; Robt. Corry, 11| ; Wm. Correy, 11| ; Rich'd Reid, 9 ; Philip Doyle, 9 ; 
Henry Ganham, 15 ; Jno. Smith, 6 ; Robert Fletcher 5 

Labourer with team, Jas. Hurd, 2\ d. at $3 

Total carried to page Q — 6 

Collingwood Harbour : Improvement. 

Boon & Armstrong, progress estimate No. 6 to Nov. 19, 1898, on $144,960 — 

Contract : T G 5 ths completed, $66,904.62 ; less drawback, $6,694.62 ; and less paid in 1897-8 

(page Q— 156) $30,100 , 

Hughes, Robt., superintending of dredging, &c. — 

Suptg. dredging, June-Nov. 1898 ; May 10-June 30, 1899, 199 d. at $3 

Sounding, setting buoy*, &c, Feb., May, 23 d. at $3 

Telegrams, $2.17 ; postage, $1.48 ; cartage, 50c. : telephone, 35c. ; express, 25c 

Labourers, sounding, placing ranges, surveying, pile-driving, &c, days at $1.50 : Jas. Ander- 
son, 20i ; D. B. Layton, 12 ; John MacGowan, 14i ; Peter Potts, 6£ ; Matt. Walton, 21i 

F. Watts, \2\ ; G. F. Watts, 211 ; 7 others, each less than 2 d., 6 d. in all 

Anderson, Jas., smith work, 33c. ; Maidens, F., horse-hire, 11 d. at $1 

Dey, R. S. : buoy-irons, 10 sets at, $1.37 ; 7 eye-bolts and shackles, $7.70 ; smithwork, $2. . . 
Henderson, J. : wire rope, 600 ft. at l^c ; ys in - chain, 160 lbs. at 4ic ; f in. chain, 130 lbs. 

at 4^c. : I in. chain, 67 lbs. at 8c. ; sundry, $23.61 

Watts, Matt. : boat-hire for inspector, June-Nov., 1898, May-June, 1899, 8 mos. at $8.50; 

sundry boat-hire, $12.50 ; 200 lb. anchors for barrel-buoys, 10 at $4 ; painting 10 buoys, $3 ; 

chain-reel, $2.25 ; labour, $1.75 ' 

"Watts, W. & Sons : 8 flag poles and flags, $8 ; 25 ft. tamarack sticks, 7 at $1 ; 2-in. pipe, 40 ft. 

at 15c. ; boat-hire, $5; sundry, $25.65 

Collins, Thos., boarding engineers in Feb., 1899 at $1.50: R. C. Stewart, Feb. 6-23, $24; 

Walter P. Merrick, Feb. 6-23, $25.50 

Merrick, Walter P., services, Feb. 6-23, 15 d. at $2. 50 

Stewart, Robt. C. : travel from Toronto and return, Feb. 6-24, $15 ; post office orders, $1.25. 

Gray, H. A., resd't. engineer, Toronto, 4 trips to Collingwood 

Bills of June and July, 1897, presented by and paid to C. S. Boon — 

Boon, C. S. : anchor, 750 lbs. at 2c. ; buoy-chains, 133 lbs. at 3c 

Dey, R. S. : buoy-anchors, 625 lbs. at 2|c. ; buoy-chains, 185 lbs. at 4ic. ; buoy -mountings, 
'30 lbs. at 8c 

Dry Dock & Wrecking Co., 12 buoys, with chains, &c 

Charged to vote $30,000 ; special account, $1,430.57 



Godericli : Reconstructing Breakwater and Repairing Piers. 

Smeeth & McGillicuddy, progress estimate No. 1 to June 30, 1899 : timber framed and built 
into works in Feb., 1899, 17,170 ft. b. m. at $25 ; stone-filling, 316 cords at $3; excava- 
tion, 3,466 c. y. at 20c; total, $2,070.45 ; less drawback, $210.45 ; and less $500 for first 
instalment of deduction for plant taken over 

Rutson, Wm., providing and placing stone ballast around outer end of north pier in Oct 
Nov., 1898, 20 cords at $4 



Grand Trunk Railway Co, taxed bill of Blake, Lash & Cassels for legal services in Queen vs. 

H. R. Williams' Machinery Co. and Grand Trunk Ry., (discontinued) , 

Cameron, M. G., Goderich, legal services and expenses: in Queen vs. Williams, $110; in 

Madigan vs. Ryan, $8.40 

Robinson, Wm., watchman in charge of plant and material taken over from contractor Madi- 
gan, June 28 to Nov. 5, 1898, 131 d. at $1 

Clark, R., carting tools 50c; McLoud, John, piling timber and stone, $1.25. ... 

Engineer, H. A. Gray, Toronto, trip to Goderich and Bayfield, Aug. 8-9, 1898 

Assistant Engineer, Walter C. Brough, Toronto — 

Salary : July-Aug., 53 d. at $4 ; Feb. -June, 5 m. at $120 

Travel, Toronto to Goderich and return, July 14-18, 1898 

Men, 5 d. at $1.50, 1£ at $1 : boat hire, 1\ d. at $1. 

Telegrams, $2.61; telephones, $1.65; hardware, $1.60; postage, $1.25; express, 95c; 

stationery, 40c ; cartage, 25c 

Shannon, Mrs. Ellen, rent of office for Mr. Brough, June- Aug.. 1898, Feb. -June, 1899, 8 m. 

at $8 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
738 25 



621 00 
7 50 



1,366 75 



30,110 00 

597 00 

62 00 

4 75 



171 15 
11 33 
23 40 

49 19 



127 50 


51 65 


49 50 
37 50 
16 25 
43 50 


18 99 


26 36 
23 50 


31,430 57 



1,360 00 


80 00 


77 53 


118 40 


131 00 

1 75 
19 25 


812 00 
12 90 
10 50 


8 71 


64 00 


2,696 04 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-175. 



Goderich: Reconstructing Breakwater — Concluded, 

Brought forward 

Engineer, H. A. Gray, Toronto: travel, to Goderich and return, Oct. 12-13 $14.25, Feb. 1-2 

$14 ; to Goderich and Port Albert, Mar. 10-11, $17.75 

Advertising ... 

Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q— 262) 

Total carried to page Q— 6 

Goderich: Dredging. 

Marlton Dredging Co., services of dredge " Arnoldi " and plant — 

1898, June 8 to 21), 100 hours at ~~ 

1898 

1899 
Inspectors of Dredging — 

1898, June : Ross A. Rastall, $20 (charged in 1897-8, page Q— 157) 

1898, Sept. 10-Nov. 28, 1899, April 19-June 30 ; Wm. Watson, 128£ d. at $2 

Assistant Engineer, Walter C. Brough— , 

Salary, Sept.-June, 5 m. at $120 

Travel from Toronto and return to Montreal, Sept. 6-8 $16.20; to Goderich, Sept. 9-15 
$16.80 

Fare, Toronto to Goderich, Sept. 19, 1898 

Telegrams, $3.21 ; boat-hire, $2 ; cab-hire for minister, $2 ; postage, $1.20 ; express, $1.05 ; 

freight, 71c. ; ink, 35c 

Lewis, Rice & Co. . anchor, 51 lbs. at 6c 

Shannon, Mrs. Ellen, office rent for Mr. Brough, July-Jan., 5 m. at $8 

Watson, Wm., building skiff with everything compleie 

Rope, 21f lbs. at 15c. ; wire, 5c. ; lumber, 85c 

Total carried to page Q— 6 



)8, Sept. 10-Nov. 28: Sept., 147 1 hrs. ; Oct., 174^ hrs. ; Nov. 97-^ hrs. at 
)9, April 19-June 30 : April, 94^ hrs.; May, 233| hrs.; June, 237 hrs. at $8 



Hawkesbury, Ottawa River : Dredging. 



Moore, T. F., Montreal: services of dredge "Little Giant, 

Sept., 167^ hrs. ; 1-23 Oct., 175 hrs. at $8 

Moore, T. F., Montreal : services of dredge "Little Giant," 

Hawkesbury, June 13 to 30, 1899, 153 hrs. at $8, $1,224; les 
Bergevin, Chas. Chateauguay — 

Inspector of dredging, Sept. 8-Oct. 7, 25 d. at $3 

Travel to Hawkesbury and return, $5.75 ; telephones, 50c; 16 buoys, $4 
Leduc, J. C, Hawkesbury, inspector of dredging, Oct. 8-21, 12 d. at $3. . . 

Higginson, Garnet, inspector ot dredging, June 12-20,1899, 1\ d. at $2 

Bertrand, David, inspector of dredging, June 21-30, 1899, 9 0. at $2 



tug "Ross" and scows, 1898 ; 



tug and scows dredging at 
charged to 1899-1900, $1,124, 



Total carried to page Q — 6. 



Jordan, Out.: Dredging. 

Detailed with dredge " Ontario" (Page Q— 216) 

Kincardine : Repairs to Piers. 

Pay-lists and Accounts, Sept. 1 to Jan. 28, Mar. 1 to Apl. 29, June 21-30. 



Foreman, Wm. Morrison, 138 days at $2 , 

Pile-driver, Angus Kerr, 10| days at $1.37^ ; carpenter, Edwd. McKenzie, 8| d. at $1.25. . . , 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Angus Kerr, 40J ; Thos. McGaw, 19| ; Geo. Ogden, 68£ 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Jas. Campbell, 8^; Duncan Keys, 58| ; John Morrison, 67£ 

Murdoch McDonald, 40 ; Peter McGaw, 13 ; Edwd. McKenzie, 16 ; Wm. Pratt, 2l| 

Robt. Saunders, 5 ; Johnson Smith, 20| ; Geo. Thomson, 33tj 

Man and team, days at $3 : Adam Cook, | ; John Luxton, 16 ; Geo. Morrison, 5i 

Man and horse, H. D. Hurdon, 3 days at $2 

Fisher, Ira J., & Co.: spikes, 1,332 lbs. at 3|c; bolts, 2,002 lbs. at 3|c; repg. bolts, &c, 27 h 

at 20c, 27 at 25c, 7 at 30c : smithwork, 50c 

Flett, Peter : dbl. block, $4 ; sgl. block, $2 ; 3-in. auger, $2 

Gentles & Elliott : 7-in. wire spikes, 10 kegs at $2.15, 1 at $2.75 ; man. rope, 72 lbs. at 15c. 

hardware, $11 .79 

Hurdon, H. T. : 12 x 12 cedar, 324 1. ft. at 15c; pine mooring-piles, 5 at $3 , 

Zimmer & Kemple. Riversdale ($1,216.80) — 

Cedar: 10 x 12-in., 8,400 ft. at $15 ; 6x8-in., 7,000 ft. at $15; 9-in., 12,700 ft. at $16 
round. 26 pes. at $1 . 50 , 

Oak : 8 x 10-in., 2,040 1. ft. at 17c, 264 at 20c; mooring-piles, 4 at $2.50, 10 at $4 

Hemlock, 3-in., 21,000 ft. at $9 ; 3-in. tamarack plank, 10,000 ft. at $10.50 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
2,696 04 



46 00 
92 02 
52 05 



2,886 11 


800 00 
3,350 66 
4,522 00 


257 00 


600 00 


33 00 

2 00 


10 52 

3 06 
40 00 
10 00 

4 17 



9,632 41 



2,740 00 



100 00 



75 00 


10 25 


36 00 


15 00 


18 00 



2,994 25 



2,546 99 



276 00 

25 02 

192 36 



354 94 

66 75 

6 00 

139 74 
8 00 

46 84 
63 60 



473 20 
449 60 
294 00 



2,396 05 



Q-176 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT. 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Kincardine : Repairs to Piers — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Expenditure re Bowman <£ Porter's Contract. 

Bowman, Bowman & Porter, balance of final estimate {see next account). 

Morrison, Win., inspector, July 1-23, 1898 : 20 d. at $2 

Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q— 262) 



Total carried to page Q — 6. 



Kincardine : Final Estimate of Bowman, Bowman & Porter. 

Bowman, Bowman & Porter, final estimate, July 25, 1898 — 

Reconstructing superstructure, &c, of north pier, $11,000; less paid in 1897- 

Q— 158), $<*,92u \ 

White pine to face up cribs, out of line, for pile-work : 6,639 ft. at $28 

Iron bolts for same, 400 lbs. at 4c 

Extra spikes used to secure filling-pieces to piles : 1,500 lbs. at 3^c 

Total carried to page Q— 6 

Kingston Graving Bock: Electric Light. 

Johnston, James, electrician, Public Works Dept., Ottawa : travelling expenses 



Kingston Harbour: Bredging. 

Dredge No. 8 and Plant. 

Pay-list of dredge, July 1-Dec. 23, 1899, also coaling up at 12^c a ton — 

Barron, Noe: sailor at $20, $108.07; drawback, $12. 66"; coaling, $7.25; fare to Sorel, 

$5.80 , 

Bourdelais, Eug., sailor, same as Noe Barron 

Burke, John, machinist, 4 d. in Dec. at $60 a month 

Burke, Richd. , engineer, Aug. 2-Dec. 23 at $60. . . 

Champagne, Wilfrid : sailor, Aug. 2-Nov. 30 at $20, $79.03 ; drawback, $8 ; coaling, $4.12 

Champagne, Zenon, sailor, same as Noe Barron 

Dennis, Isaac : fireman to Dec. 23 at $25, $143.13 ; drawback, $10 ; coaling, $3.50 .... 
Gaucher, Oscar : mate to Dec. 13 at $30, $162.10 ; coaling, $7.25 ; fare to Sorel, $5.80. . . 

Gendron, Frs. , engineer, July, 1897 

Godin, Alex.: sailor, Aug. 3-Dec. 13 at $20, $86.78; drawback, $8; coaling, $4.12; fare 

to Sorel, Dec. 13, $5.80 

Godin, Del., assistant cook, July-IN ov. at $8 a month 

Godin, Jos.: watchman, July-Nov. at $20, $99.68 ; drawback, $11 ; coaling, $1.25 

Godin, Zoe, cook, July-Nov. at $12 a month 

Hervieux, Michel : sailor, July, $19.35 ; coaling, $3.50 

Hurteau, Arthur: fireman, Julv-Nov. 1 at $25, $100.80; drawback, $10.66 ; coaling, $2.87 

Marcotte, Edouard : sailor, July 1-27 at $20, $17 . 42 ; coaling, $3. 50 

Matte, Raphael : captain, July 1-Dec. 15 at $60, $324.19 ; fare to Sorel, Dec. 13, $5.80. . 

Mills, Thos. : watchman, 10 d. in. Dec. at $30 a month 

Sloane, Robt. : fireman, Nov. 4- Dec. 23 at $25, $40 . 72 ; drawback, $1 , 

Pay-list of tug "St. Francis," July 1-Dec. 23, 1899 ; also coaling up at 12|c. a ton — 

Alderdice, Hugh : sailor, Aug. 14-Dec. 2 at $20, $52.58 ; drawback, $5; coaling, $4.25. . 
Benoit, Henri : sailor, July 1 Dec. 13 at $20, $108.07 ; drawback, $12.66 ; coaling, $10.94 ; 

fare to Sorel $5 . 80 

Godin, Catherine, cook, July-Nov. at $12 a month 

Godin, Remi, wheelsman, July 1-Dec. 2 at $45 

• Hellewell, H.: sailor, Aug-Dec. at $20, $51.94 ; coaling, 81c; drawback, $6 

Joly, Baptiste : sailor, July-Aug. at $20, $35.49 ; coaling, $5.62. . . 

Lavallee, Ls., engineer, July 1-Dec. 13 at $45 

Mann, Frank : sailor, July 1 26 at $20, $16.78 ; fireman, July 27-Dec. 13 at $25, $111.69 ; 

drawback, $12 ; coaling, $10.94. . 

Mills, Thos. T. : sailor, Aug. -Dec. 13, $91.61 ; drawback, $8 ; coaling, $7.12. 

Mongeon, Ls.: fireman, July 1-Aug. 15 at $45, $62.09; coaling, $3.75 • ,. . 

Securing dredge and scows in dry-dock and pumping out in Feb., Mar., Apl. — 

In charge, W. Power, 44 h. at 30c; carpenter, J. Clark, 44 h. at 17c . 

Labourers, hours at 12£c: J. Bolger, 15 ; E. Clark, 40 ; W. Clark, 44 ; W. Corrigan, 42; 

J. Sullivan, 15 , 

Working at Kingston, fitting out dredge " No. 8 " and tug " St. Francis," Apl. 5-30, 1899— 
Engineer, John Comtois, 26 d. at $50, $43.33; fireman, A. Hurteau, 26 d. at $25, $21.67. 
Tug engineer, Ls. Lavallee, 26 d. at $45, $39 ; tug fireman, Ls. Mongeon, 26 d. at $30, $26 

Carried forward , . . , - 



$ cts. 
2,396 05 



40 00 
50 30 



2,486 35 



3,080 00 

185 89 

16 00 

52 50 


3,334 39 



46 90 



133 78 


133 78 


7 74 


281 61 


91 15 


133 78 


156 63 


175 15 


60 97 


104 70 


39 87 


111 93 


59 80 


22 85 


114 33 


20 92 


329 99 


9 68 


41 72 


61 83 


137 47 


59 80 


227 17 


58 75 


41 11 


237 33 


151 41 


106 73 


65 84 



20 68 

19 49 

65 00 
65 00 



3,347 99 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-177 



Kingston Harbour : Dredging — Continued. 

Brought forward , 

Dredge "No. 8" and Plant— Continued. 

Repairing dredge and scows, Jan. 9-28, 1899 ($719.74)— 

Foteman, W. Power, 10i d. at $3 , 

Carpenters and caulkers, days at $1.75 : P. Andrew, 12*7 ; R. Appleton. 11 "8 ; C. Beaupre 
2 2; M. Belanger, 11 8; P. Burke, 122; Jas. Clarke, sr., 10; M. Clayton, 90; T. 
Conway, 8-6; D. Cunningham, 109; P. Fitzgerald, 12" 7 ; W. Forest, jr., 117; W 
Forest, sr., 1581 A. Forsyth, 12"2; T. Howard, 127; M. James, 10-0; I. Jaquette, 
155 ; P. Kennedy, 11 8 ; A. Lalonde, 02 ; J. R. Marks, 3 1: W. Marks, sr., 9"0 
J. Matbewson, 82; D. Murphy, 12 7 ; G. McAuley, 158: W. McCullough, 12 2 ; 
D. McGeen, 9*9; R. McGeen, 5 ; J. McManus, 12'2; J. McQuaid, 72; F. Nichol- 
son, jr., 127 ; J. Nicholson, sr., 7"3; D. Pilon, 127; W. Porter, 127; R. Stoniss, 
109; D. Sullivan, 45 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : John Clark, jr., 148; Win. Clark, 135; Win. Corrigan, 2 3. 

Repairing dredge and scows, Apl. 0-22, 1899 — 

Foreman, Wm, Power, 4$ d. at $3 ; engineer, R. Burk, 13 d. at $2 

Caulkers, days at $2; R. "Appleton, 2' 8; Jas. Clark, 7"1 ; G. McCauley, 3; J. McCuaig, 
28; J. McManus, H 

Labourers, days at $1 25: Ed. Clark, 70; J. Clark, 7 0; W. Corrigan, 20; W. 
McCauley, 5^ ; D. McDonald, 4^ ; W. O'Neill, f ; J. Sullivan, 0^ 

Watching and pumping, Sundays, Win. Mcllvane, L5h d. at $1.25; night watchman, 

Thos. Mills, 15£ d. at $1.25 

Carnovsky Co., lumber, $124.29 ; Cockburn, Wm. & Sons, smithwork, &c, $154.72 ... 

Cavanagh, Ed. Co. : boiler compound, 174 lbs. at 10c. ; freight, 50c 

Corbett, S. S., use of ambulance for Ls. Mongeon, July 23, 1898 .... 

Crawford, R.: soft coal, 047-895 net tons at $3.50, 12 88 at $4, 25 665 at $3.00 ; wood, $3. . . 
Davis Dry Dock Co.: foreman, 31 h. at 25c; carpenters, 240 h. at 20c; labourers, 254 h. at 

15c ; materials, $10 .90 

Eligh, David, towing 2 scows from Ottawa to Kingston, July, 1898 , 

Ferguson, Jos., Ottawa, travel, taking coal scows to Kingston, July, 1898 

Elliott Bros. : No. 9 Southern Peninsular stove, $28 ; hardware, $7 . 19 

Godin, Jos., nightwatchman on dredge " No. 8 " ; 19 d. in June, 1898 



Gunn, J. A., inspector of dredging : 

Services, June 1-Dec 31, 1898, 184 week days at $2.50 

Outlay for board of men, travel, repairs, &c 

( r. P. and Rubber Co. : 1-in. 4-ply Lion steam hose, 50 ft. at 37hc. ; extra winding, $1 . 88 . . . 
Hotel Dieu Hospital, keep of Ls. Mongeon, 5 weeks to Aug. 29 at $5 (injured while on duty) 

Kingston Graving Dock : 

1898 July : docking scow, 1 day 

1899, Feb. 14 : docking dredge and scows, 54 d. from Dec 22 at $10 ; underwatering, $10.50 

1899, April : re-docking scows, 2 d. at $10, 2 d. at $20 ; underwatering, 2 at $10.50 

Mills, Thos. H., watchman, April 21 to May 2, 11 d. at $1 .25 

McKelvey & Birch : Rainbow packing, 29 lbs. at 65c; sundry, $27.95 

Maclean, A.: Am. coal oil, 104 galls, at 20c; soap, 250 bars at 4c; tallow, 145 lbs. at 6c. 

sundry, $3.19 

Norris, Jas., board for 4 men, 28 d., at $3 a week each 

Oldrieve & Horn : oakum, 1,000 lbs. at 7c, 2 bales at $4 ; pitch, 10 brls. at $3.50 ; man rope 

318 lbs. at 13^c, 541 at 13c; hardware, $9.70 , 

Ottawa Transportation Co., towing scow, Lachine to Ottawa, July, 1898 

Power, W. : repairing scow, men, 24£ d. at $2 ; materials, $10 ; stopping leak in dredge, $14.15 

Raney, Selby & Co., foundry work, $56.54 ; Shedden Co., teaming, $20.10 

Smith, Win., Ottawa : services as foreman engineer, Jan. and April, 2 m. at $80 ; travel and 

board, $69.93 



Strachan, Wm. : cotton waste, 85 lbs. at 15c ; hardware, $41.85 

Btr. " Pierrepont," towing scow off shore, Oct. 22, 1898 

4 items under $4 : towing, $3 ; 2 clocks, $2.50 ; express, $2.80 

Oodin, Capt. Remi, boarding crew of tug " St. Francis," June 1-Nov. 30, at $10 a month each 
Matte, Capt. Raphael, boarding crew of dredge " No. 8," Junel-Nov. 30, at$10a month each 
Pay-list of repairs, workmen at Sorel, detailed with " St. Lawrence Ship Channel " (pageQ — 29) 



Sundry Expenses. 



Forneret, V. W., travelling expenses 

Travel of Ottawa officials (page Q— 202) 

Dredge " Rideau," dredging at Rathbun Co.'s slip, Oct.-Nov., 1898. ... (part R) 

Harbour vote, $3,328.99 ; Dredging vote, $9,994.76 

1— 12q 



$ ots. 
3,347 99* 



48 60 



632 90 
38 24 


39 50 


34 40 


43 89 


38 76 

279 01 

17 90 

3 00 

2,414 40 


104 81 

100 00 

13 28 

35 19 

12 20 


400 00 

149 28 

20 03 

25 00 


20 00 
550 50 
81 00 
13 75 
40 80 


42 09 
48 00 


235 90 
25 00 
72 05 
70 04 


229 93 

54 00 

10 00 

8 30 

418 00 

773 38 

2,338 07 



5 71 
44 25 

339 30 



13,323 75 



Q-178 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



L'Orignal : Reconstruction of Wharf. 

Contract and Inspection. 

Munro & Murray, final estimate for construction of approach to landing-pier, $13,417.12 ; less, 

paid in 1897-8 (page Q— 159) $11,670 

Maranda, H. : clerk of works, 7 d. in July at $3 ; travel, $13.90 



Pay-lists and Accounts, Feb. 10 -June 30 1899. 



Conductor, Benjamin Paradis, 122 week da\s at $2 . 50 

Painters, days at $1.75 : Jos. Bourbonnais, 22 ; Isidore Larocque, I85 

Carpenters, days at $1.75 : Ed. Brunet, 16£; Geo. Brunet, 39 ; Jos. Farrell, 23 ; L. Gauthier, 

21 ; Oct. Giroux, 60^ ; Geo. Ladouceur, 64f ; Rd. Lariviere, 80 ; Theoph. Lemieux, 98^ ; 

Chas. Mathieu, 23 ; Max. Paradis, 55. , 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Eph. Bourdon, 45; Ed. Bradley, 48^ ; Aug. Chatelain, 96f ; Ls. 

Chartrand, I83 ; Geo. Delaney, 76 ; Jos. Dumonlin, 23f ; Armidas Giroux, 15| ; Jos. 

Giroux, 97 ; Max. Giroux, 11 ; A. Gravel, 1 ; Benj. Landriau, 15| ; Ed. Lariviere, 17| ; 

Phil. Leclerc, 25| ; J. Leroux, 25f ; Eli Menard, 42|^ Jos. Pilon, 20^; A. Rheaume, 

19 ; Jules Richard, 53J ; Dos Rochon, 20^ : 

Carters, days at $3 : F. Genette, 1\ ; Max Giroux, 69^ ; Andre Gravelle, 96| ; Pierre Huneau, 

Yl\ ; Pierre Landriau, 11^; Ant. Parisien, 10^ ; Jos. Seguin, 5 ; E. Still, \\\ 

Amesse, Pascal, Montreal : 4 nigger heads, 372 lbs. at 2^c. ; 4 bolts with nuts and washers, 

148 lbs. at 7c. ; cast iron washers, 102 lbs. at 3c 

Cavanagh Co., Edward, Montreal : frefd. rd. iron 2,000 lbs. at $1.85 ; spikes and nuts, $11.75; 

freight, $4.26 

Chatelain, Alex., ($922.76)— 

Pine, 3 x 11-in., 12,408 ft. at $11 ; pine timber, 2,147 ft. at $14.50 

1-in. pine lumber, 3,400 ft. at $10 ; 1-in. pine clapboards, 3,175 ft. at $18 

Tamarack : 8 x 8-in., 3,000 ft. at $15 ; 3-im, 57 pieces, $20 

Cedar, 12 x 12-in., 690 ft. 20c. ; 1-in. pine scrolls, 183 lin. ft. at 6c 

1-in. ash ceiling, 500 ft. at $18, 1,060 ft. at $15 ; 1-in. hardwood flooring, 300 ft. at $18. . . 

Cedar shingles, 10,500 at $2 .50 a M. ; oak posts, 12 ft. long, 4 at $3 

Door and frame, $5.50 ; 7 sashes and frames, $19 ; material for seats in waiting room, $9.60. 

Stone, 66 loads at 5c. ; gravel, 116 loads at 10c. ; hire of scraper, 6 d. at 50c 

8 plates drilled and bent, $55 ; 1,646 spikes, $82.60 ; sundry smith work, $62.55 

Sawing, 5,200 ft. at $2.75 ; carting, 10 loads at $1.50 ; iron and tools, $4 

Driving, $22.75 ; freight, $9.16 ; sundry lumber, $64.10 

Gauthier, F. X. Elie. : boiled oil, 18 galls, at 80c. ; raw oil, 81 galls, at 75c. ; Venetian red, 281| 

lbs. at 4c. ; Venetian red putty, 150 lbs. at 4c. ; nails, 373 lbs. at 3c. ; sundry hardware 

$52.98 

Gravel, Andre : man with team drawing lumber out of river, assorting and piling same, 12 d 

at $3 ; 2 men as helpers and to cut ice, 12 d. at $1 .25 each , 

Hall, E. A. : timber, 215 ft. at 10c. ; freight on shingles and castings, $7.85 

Keroak, C. : covering tops of posts, 4 at $1.50 ; galvzd. sheet iron, 44 lbs. at 8c 

Lafleur, J. L. : rd. iron, 4,170 lbs. at $1 .80 ; plates, 8 of 6 x 3 x §, 2,884 lbs. at 3fc. ; 1 of 10 x 

3 x §, 469 lbs. at 5|c. ; cutting, drilling, rebending and ri vetting 2 plates, $12.50 ; sundries 

$13 . 05 ; boxing and freight, 60c 



Total carried to page Q — 6. 



Meaford : I»ile-work and Dredging. 

Sparling, Jas., final estimate, Oct. 4, 1898 : 

Constructing pile- work in harbour, contract completed 

Mooring-posts in pile protection-work, 6 at $5 

Gray, H. A., engineer, travel from Toronto : July 4-5 1898, $11.10 ; Sept. 

Brough, Walter C, asst. engr. : travel and outlay, Aug. 29-30 

Detailed with dredge " Challenge " 



-9, $12.35. 



(page Q-216) 



Total carried to page Q — 6. 



cts. 



1,747 12 
34 90 



305 00 
70 44 



842 21 



841 60 

672 75 

22 72 

53 01 

167 62 
91 15 
65 00 

148 98 
30 30 
38 25 
34 10 
17 90 

200 15 
33 30 
96 01 



156 58 

66 00 
29 35 

9 52 



235 16 



6,009 12 



Newcastle, Ont. : Repairing Piers and Dredging. 

Pay-list, Sept. 1-Oct. 31, 1899— 

Foreman of works, Wellington Foster, 25 d. at $2 

Carpenters : Sylvester Eldridge, b\ d. at $1.75 ; Wm. Barnes, 21 d. at $1.25 

Carpenters at $1.50 : Geo. Brown, Si d.; Frs. Gibson, 21 d 

Labour, Thos. Martin, 3 d. at $1.25 , 

Man and team, days at $3 : John Douglas, i\ ; John McCarty, 1 ; M. McCarty, 1 ; Jos. 

Toms, 4| 

Barfett, Geo.: spikes, 3 kegs at $3.25 ; hardware, $1.66 

Pool, .lohn H. : 3-in. pine plank, 15,522 ft. at $14 : 10 x 12-in. pine, 20 and 22 ft. long, 14,400 

ft. at $16.50 ; 10 x 12-in. pine, 30 ft. long, 4,800 ft. at $17 50 ; sundry, $33.55 

Ji" 



Detailed with dredge " Nipissing " (wages, July 1-15, 
Total carried to page Q — 6. 



1898) (page Q— 216) 



2,530 00 

30 00 

23 45 

12 60 

2,762 60 

5,358 65 



50 00 

35 44 

43 88 

3 75 

33 00 
11 41 

572 46 
191 11 



941 05 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-179 



North Bay, Out. : Pile Wliarf. 

Lindsay & Burdett : $16,387 contract for wharf, seven-tenths completed, $11,470.90 

drawback, $1,140.90 

Ferguson, John, inspector, Jan. 1-Jime 30, 1898, 149 d. at $2.50 

McNamara, J. M., rent of office for inspector, Jan. -Feb. at $4 

Martin, Wm., rent of office for inspector, March- June at $4 

Gray, H. A., engineer, travel from Toronto : Feb. 6-9, $23.20 ; March 13-16, $23.70 . 

Total carried to page Q — 6 



Oakville : Repairing Piers and Dredging. 






Conductor, W. H. Cronkrite, May 30- June 30, 1899. 28 d. at $2.50 ; outlay, $5.46 

Labourers, days at $1.50; Allan Kemp, 9£ ; Frank Lyons, 3; John McCraney, 3; Wm. 

McPherson, 8^ ; And. Skelton, 9£ 

Team and man, days at $3.50 ; Chas. Decker, 6 ; Wm. Decker, 2 ; Alfred Trotman, 3 ; Saml. 

Wise, 6 

Kelley, John : xif ship augers, 5 for $5.65 ; 2 cross-cut saws, $4.50 ; hardware, $10.05 

Kemp, L. H., smithwork, $7.25 ; Macdonald, Alex., smith work, $4.75 

Lewis, Rice & Son, 7-in. wire nails, 3 kegs at $2 . 70 

Victoria Harbour Lumber Co., Toronto ($3,245.37)— 

Pine timber, 12 x 12-in. and under : 8,640 ft. of 23-ft. long at $23, 22,988 ft. of 22-ft. long 
at $20, 40,678 ft. of 20-ft. at $18, 1,242 ft. of 18-ft. at $17, 29,650 of 16-ft. long and 

under at $16 

Hemlock timber, 10 x 12 and under : 8,063 ft. of 22-ft. long at $12.25, 9,633 ft. of 20-ft. 

long at $11.75, 3,390 ft. of 18-ft. long at $11.25, 63,124 ft. of 16-ft. long and under at $10.75 

Tamarack, 4-in. x 9 to 14-in.: 30-ft. long, 2,520 1. ft. at 6c; 20-ft. long, 480 1. ft. at 5c; 

18 ft. long, 3,024 1. ft. at 4^c 

Tamarack poles, 6-in. at small end : 28 of 30-ft, at $2, 56 of 18-ft. at $1, 12 of 14-ft. at 60c 
Whitfield, John, Co., Toronto : J-in. drift bolts, 1,450 of 27-in., 400 of 24-in., 8,710 lbs. at 3Jc 
Detailed with dredge " Nipissing " (page Q — 216) 



Total carried to page Q — 6. 



Owen Sound : Dredging, &e. 

Owen Sound Dredge & Construction Co., use of plant, dredging and removing material from 
Owen Sound Harbour : July, 322^ h. ; Sept., 216i h. ; Oct., 228i h. ; Nov., 192 h. ; Dec 
1-6, 35£ h. ; Apl. 26-May 11, 130 h. ; total, 1,125 hrs. at $8 

Ross, Geo. A. , inspector of dredging : 

Salary, July, Sept. 1-Dec 8, Apl. 25-June 30, 154 d. at $3 

Postage and stationery, $2.35; telegram, 31c ; telephones, $1.50; trip to Toronto, $9.75 

Men sounding at $1.50 a day: Alex. Cobean, $12.90; H. W. Jenkins, $3; D. B. Layton. 
$18 ; A. E. Porter, $19.50 ; John Temple, $19.50 " 

Freeston, Saml., moving stones, $4.63 ; Le Pon & Co., hardware, $5.10 

Harrison, John : buoys, 5 at 60c ; pine, $2.60 , 

Whitfield, John. Co., prospecting-drill, with all attachments, for 65-ft. boring 

Merrick, Walter P., Toronto: services, Jan. 21-Feb. 6, Feb. 24-27, 17 d. at $2.50; travel 
and board, $62.41 

Gray, H. A., engineer, Toronto, 5 trips to Owen Sound 



Total, carried to page Q — 6. 



Owen Sound : Repayment to Town. 

Owen Sound Corporation, repayment voted, as follows : 

Paid to Porter, Reid & Canan, Aug., 1898, for dredge "No. 9 ; ' and plant, dredging 

between Apl. 28 and June 13, 1896, 389i hrs. at $8 

Paid to Chas. Gordon, in Aug., 1898 : inspecting dredging, 419 hrs. at 30c ; expenses, 

$23.51 



Total, carried to page Q — 6 



$ cts. 



10,330 00 

372 50 

8 00 

16 00 

46 90 


10,773 40 



75 46 

49 89 

59 50 

20 20 

12 00 

8 10 



,886 21 

928 68 

311 28 
119 20 
304 85 
690 57 



4,465 94 



9,000 00 

462 00 
13 91 

72 90 

9 73 

5 60 

135 50 

104 91 
80 85 



9,885 40 



3,114 00 

149 21 



3,263 21 



Picton, Out. : Dredging. 

McNamee & Simpson : final estimate, July 4, 1899, for dredging in Picton Harbour, $11,500 ; 
less, held until 1899-1900, for want of funds, $4,500 



•,000 00 



1-121Q 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1S98-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Port Albert, Out. : Repairing; Piers. 

Foreman, John Stevenson, Feb. 16-28, Mar. 7-9, Apl. 10-30, June 2-30, 55 J d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : D. Bell, 6 ; G. A. Green, 7 ; Jos. Wilson, 7 ; Jas. Young, 6 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : D. Bell, 16£ ; N. Cunningham, 14 ; J. Dunbar, 6 ; Hugh Gauley,18 ; 

Win. Gauley, 6 ; G. A. Green, 40 ; Thos. Green, 15 ; John McBride, 8 ; Jas. O'Connor, 10^ ; 

Geo. Pellow, 15 ; Win. Richardson, 5 ; Jas. Wilson, 18 ; Thos. Wilson, 19; Jas. Young, 12. 
Man and team, days at $3 : A. V. Currell, 15 ; John Quaid, 12^ ; Wm. Richardson, 2. . . 

John McBride, 2 days at $2.50 

Burrows, Geo., timber, 6,742 ft. at $10 ; Currell, A. V., drawing timber, 8,256 ft. at $2.50. . . 
Goderich Lumber Co. : hemlock plank, 7,031 ft. at $9 ; 12x12 hemlock, 7,030 ft. at $9 ; cedar, 

11,663 ft. at $12 

Green, G. A. : stone, 11 cords at $4 ; round cedar, 86 ft. at 7c ; pine, $3.98 

Hayden, H. : rope, 50 lbs. at 13c. ; keg ship spikes, $4 ; hardware, $8.11 

Shields, H. , stone, 5 cords at $4 

Smith, Wm. : rag bolts, 555 lbs. at 3c. ; rods and bolts, 448 lbs. at 5c. ; smithwork, $11.59. . . 
Wilson, Jos. : pine, 600 ft. at $10 ; sundry, $4.05 



Total, carried to page Q— 6 



Port Harwell : Improvement of Harbour. 

Pay-list, Nov. 22-26, 1898— 

Civil Engineer, Jas. A Bell : 5 d. at $6 ; expenses, $5.50 

4 labourers, 6| d. in all at $1 

Foreman, S. L. Cooper, March 18-June 30. 1899, 90* d. at $3 

Inspector of timber, &c, C. W. Cookson, Feb. 9-June 30, 1899, 122f d, at $2 

Engineer of pile-driver, at $1.50 : A. C. Foy, 8^ d. in Apl.; G. Cleator, 25 d. in June 

Running pile-driver : Chas. Forsyth, Mar. 21-May 31, 40 95d. at $1.50 ; A. C. Foy, June 
2-30, 24id. at $1.25 

Large scow,"Capt. G. Brown, 28 d. at $2.50 ; small scow, Capt. G. Brown, 27 d. at $1.50 

Carpenter, John Kemp, Mar. 22-June 30, 7635 d. at $1.75 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : John Burge, 26i ; J. Ellison, 21; S. Errett, 20 35 ; A. Fisher, 
3 8 ; G. H. Haynes, 2 ; J. S. Hind, 2 ; Hy. Law, 43" 8 ; W. F. Light, 67 ; L. Miller, 12| ; 
Wm. McDiarmid, 46 05; John McPherson, 26J ; A. Pettit, 20 '9; Robt, Timmins, 73|. 

Labourers, days at $1.50 : G. Cleator, 10± ; S. Errett, 1 ; A. Pettet, 18 3 

Labourers, days at $1.25: C. W. Brown, 70| ; C. M. Brackenbury , 42 • 3 ; Thos. Brackenbury, 
30-85; J. E. Burge, 49| ; B. Campbell, 24 '9; Thos. Carey, 43f; G. Chubbs, 43i ; Hy. 
Coulson, 33| ; J. Curtis, 23i ; M. L. Edison, 60 ; Fred. Eveland, 24f ; Gee. Eveland, 
233 ; J. Fick, 61? ; Fred. Foster, 47 3 ; A. C. Foy, 25 ; Wm. Gordon, 12 7 ; W. Hay- 
ward, 58-45 ; W. J. Hillman, 67 03; R. Hutchinson, 13i ; W. Hutchinson, 8i ; G. Kyle, 
13-65; C. Light, 44 55; S. Logan, 16 7 ; F. Mathews, llf ; Wm. Mathews, 46f ; Geo. 
A. Milne, 65" 7 ; John Milne, 65| ; J. McPherson, 45 95 ; T. Pearson, 12' 3 ; M. Peronto, 
68- 1; S. Riley, 191; A. Scanlon, 31 55 ; J. Smith (No. 1) 9 "05 ; G. Snellgrove, 9| ; A. 
Temple, 14^; Wm. Temple, 66; A. H. Titus, 14 05; Leo. B. Trask, 22f ; W. Van 
Buskirk, 13f ; L. Van Order, 1505 ; Frank Williams, 13f ; 21 others, each less than 8 d., 
in all 54'65 d. ; total, 1,437 38 d. at $1.25 : less fractions, 20c 

Labourers, days at $1 : Claud Brown, 65| ; E. L. Carey, 29 f ; Frank A. Carey, 45 9; B. 
Edison, ^ ; W. Howard, I 

Man and team, days at $2.50 : O. Barrett, 64* ; W. Bresson, * ; J. Connor, '7 ; A. Scruten, f 
J. Weber, 3 .' 

Baker, A. L., Tilsonburg, salary as office assistant, June, 1899 

Bell, Jas. A., St. Thomas: taking soundings at Port Burwell, May 2-3, $12; expenses, $14.25 
plan of harbour, $10 ..: 

Butcher, Joseph H.: 28-ft. hardwood poles, 204 at $1.40 ; 40-ft. beech, 12-in. at top, 2 at $5. 

Ferguson, M. C, pine: lOx 12-in., 2,160ft. at $20.75, 31,920 ft. at $19.25; 3-in.x8 to 12-in x20 
and 22 ft. 10,108 ft. at $21.75; 4x6-in., 600 ft. at $19.25; (Note— $139.37 of this was paid 
to the T. L. E. & P. Ry. for freight).. 

Forsyth, Thos., Beechlane ($994.96)— 

Hardwood piles, 28 ft. long, at $1.40; 12-in. diam., 106; 8 x 12-in., 70; not described, 23. 
Hardwood sheet-piling at $12 : 5-in. thick, 8 to 20-in. wide, 20 ft. long, 23,441 ft.; not 

described, 9,217 ft 

Beech and maple, 12-in. wide, 16 to 24 ft. long ; 24,160 ft. of 8-in. thick, 1,032 ft. of 6- 
thick at $12 ; pine, 740 ft. at $30 

Gartshore, John J., Toronto : steel rails and angle plate, 36,000 lbs. at $16.50 a gross ton, 
$265.18 ; less freight, $43. 20 

Gates, B. F., Port Burwell : 12-in. hardwood, 8 to 10-in. thick, 12 to 32 ft. long, 267,680 at 
$9.90 ; 5-in. beech and maple sheet piling, 8 to 20-in. wide, 20 ft. long, 42,126 ft. at $12 ; 
sundry, 1,468 ft. at $12 

Griffin, F.-M-, double strength sewer pipe, 6-in., 90- ft. at lie; 12-in., 90 ft. at 24c 

Hicks, D., 25 ft. white oak poles, 23 at $3.37^ ; Hobbs, W. R., 12 wheel -barrows, $20 

Ingles, J. C, Hagersville : rip-rap stone, 1,183$ cords at $5. (Note— $3,451.72 of this was 
paid to the T. L. E. & P. Ry. for freight). 

Jenkins. Thos., rent of Doty hoisting-engine, Apl. 1-May 31, 1899, 52 d. at $1.50 

Maher, Benj., white oak plank for pile-skirting, 12,871 ft. at $23 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 

110 40 
32 50 



253 74 

88 50 

5 00 

88 02 

266 49 
54 00 
18 61 
20 00 
50 62 
10 05, 



997 93 



35 50 
6 25 

272 40 

245 60 

50 25 


92 04 
110 50 
133 60 


521 22 
44 25- 



1,796 49 

142 10 

168 49 
15 00 

36 25 

295 60 

890 61 
278 60 
391 88 
324 48- 
221 98. 



3,173 07 
31 50 
97 62 

5,917 53 

78 00 
296 02 



15,666 89 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 



Q-181 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Port Bimrell : Improvement of Harbour-Coniwwa?. 



Brought forward 



at 



McColl & Ryckman, Simcoe : white oak, 9x 12-in., 12,494 ft. at $21 ; 4xl2-in., 1,632 ft 
$23.75 ; 6x 12-in., 3,744 ft at $23.75 ; piles, 59 of 25 ft. at $3.25, 91 of 35 ft. at $5.25. . . . 

McCrae, H. F., foundry work and smith work 

Nicholson, John, white oak piles : 35 ft, long, 285 at $5.25 ; 32ft. long, 1 at $4.80 

Oakes, Chas., use of 6 jackscrews, 4 d. at 25c. each 

Rogers & O'Brien, dredging : April, 17,934 c. yds., less 20 p.c. for shallow work, 14,348 c 
yds.; May, 10,105 c. yds., less 10 p.c, 14,765 c yds.; total, 29,113 c ydsat 12£c, $3,639.12 
less drawback, $369 .12 

Swansea Forging Co.: 170 rods, lf-in, x 25 ft, 38,520 lbs. at 2ic, $963 ; 170 large cast washers. 
3,550 lbs. at2Ac; 3,470 drift bolts, 1-in. x 22 to 46-in., 35,377 lbs. at lfc; button-head 
bolts and washers, 3,113 lbs. at 3*c 

Waterous Wire and Nail Works, spikes : 7-in., 10 kegs, 1,000 lbs. at $2.56; 9-in., 3 kegs, 400 
lbs. at $2.65 

Wick, H. K. & Co.: M. R. coal, 48 95 net tons at $2.25 (note— $58.31 of this was paid to T. 
L. E. & P. Ry. for freight) 

Wright, A. R.: rope, 90 lbs. at 12ic, 434 at 127c, 454 at 13c; 12- in. pulley blocks, Oat $3.50; 
snatch block, $7 ; 2 CC saws, $7.50 ;" 12 ship augers, $12.60 ; 6 canthooks, $5.40 ; 5 steel 
sledges, 68| lbs. at 10c; hardware, $43.78 

Young, Fred W., smith work 

T . L. E. & P. Ry., freight on sewer pipe 

Customs Dept., duty on coal 

8 items, each under $9 : oil, $8.80; 2 jackscrews, $8; 5 barrows, $7.50; telephone, $6.13; 
telegrams, $5.68 ; pine, $5.62 ; tallow. $2.35 ; horse-hire, $1.50 

Teall, John H., Tilsonburg, resident engineer — 

Salary, Nov. 1-June 30, 8 m. at $120 

Travel : to Ottawa, Nov. 18, $25; Jan. 26, $28.35 ; April 13, $28.85; sundry, $31.35 
Postage, $13 . 60 ; telegrams, 50c ; typewri ter ribbon, $1 



Total carried to page Q — 6 



Port Elgin : Extension of Wharf . 

Bowman & Porter, dredge " Hackett " and plant, dredging to 12 ft. below low water mark. 
May 15 to June 27, 1899 : 362 h. at $8 



Port Hope : Repairing- Piers : Aug. 17 to Dec. 31, April 4 to May 16. 



Foreman of works, J. W. Wallace, 1534 d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.75 : Hy. Hacker, 5 ; Lew Walkeley, 11 ; Thos. Westlick, 28 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Jas. Crosgrey, 114; John Gliddon, 83 ; John Jewell, 674 ; Wm. 

Manson, 144 ; B. P. Ross, 74 ; Ed. Tape, 164 ; Fred Tape, 23 " 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Claude Barker, 20^ ; W. P. Carruthers, 83f ; Wra. Casey, 6; 

Wm. Clemence, 1414 ; Chas. Colman, 17 ; Geo. W. Dow, 64 ; John Dyer, 144. ; Jas. 

Ham, 124 ; Thos. Jenkins, 110 ; Wm. Manson, 3H ; Ford Powers, 16| ; Fred Rosevear, 

284 ." 

Man and team, Sam. Yeo, 16 d. at $3 

Braund, Will: wrot. spikes, 400 lbs. at 4c; oakum, 100 lbs. at 9c; pitch, 100 lbs. at 4c; 

hardware, $8.84 

Gilmour, Alex., repg. spikes : self, 4d. at $2 ; self and man, 6 d. at $3 

Helm, J. H., smith work, $34 ; Sculthorp, H., smithwork, &c, $15.25 

Smith & Co., Port Hope ($2,273.88)— 

Pine, at $16.50. 103,430 ft. B.M.: 10 x 12-in., 16,160 ft. of 16 ft. long, 7,500 ft. of 18 ft. 
long, 24,320 ft. of 32 ft. long ; 3-in. x 16 ft., 22,280 ft. of 10-in. wide, 6,624 ft, of 12-in. 
wide; 8x 12-in. x 24 ft., 26,496ft 

Pine plank, 3-in. : 2,678 ft. at $14, 26,416 ft. at $14 .13 

Pine at $12 : 2 x 4-in., 2,739 ft.; 1 x 10-in. x 13 ft., 1,800 ft 

( !edar : 1,068 ft. at $13 ; 1 x 10-in. x 13 ft., 3,600 ft. at $12 ; posts, 129 at 124c 

Snubbing posts, 11 oak at $1 . 50. 3 cedar at $3 ; sundry, $3 . 20 

Vanhorne, Thos. , spikes, 300 lbs. at 5c 

Victoria Harbour Lumber Co., plank and timber : 10 to 18 ft. long, 30,306 ft. at $14 ; 10-in. 

x 8 to 12-in. x 20 ft., 29,966 ft. at $15 ; 10-in. x 10 and 12-in. x 22 and 24 ft., 25,483 ft. at 

$16 ; special. 6 x 14-in. x 35 and 40 ft., 1,050 ft. at $29 

Wallace, J. W., foreman : travel, $10.95 ; postage, $2.75 

Gray, H. A., engineer, Toronto, 2 trips to Port Hope in Oct 

Total carried to page Q — 6 



$ cts. 
15,666 89 



1,059 55 
42 69 

1,501 05 
6 00 



3,270 00 

1,726 74 

36 20 

110 13 



179 92 
91 26 

14 03 
26 19 

45 58 

960 00 
113 55 

15 10 



24,864 



2,896 00 



307 00 

77 00 

588 75 



750 89 

48 00 

37 84 
26 00 

49 25 



1,706 76 
410 75 
54 47 
73 20 
28 70 
15 00 

1,311 94 
13 70 
15 75 


5,515 00 



Q— 182 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Port Stanley: Repairs to Pier, August 15, 1898 to March 10, 1899. 

Foreman : A. Hepburn, 168 d. at $2 ; telegrams and postage, $4.45 .... , 

Capenter at $1.75, John Johnson, 109 ' 8 d 

Carpenters, days at $1.50: Wm. Arnold, 887; H. Cherry, 28"9; Hy. Long, 17"6; Frank 

Montgomery, 227; Alex. Neely, 261; Orlando Preffer, 79 8 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Wm. Arnold, 24'9; Saml. Dunn, 505; Saml. Eveland, 90'3; 

Alf. Gough, 693; W. H. Gough, 3; W. A. Hepburn, 69*1; Arthur Leighton, 38'1; 

Geo. Marshman, 43 ; Geo. H. Moore, jr., 55 ; Colin Mclntyre, 65' 1 ; John Neuman, 87 '3; 

Chas. Smith, 15 4; W. J. Storrey, 23-5; Alonzo Taylor, 97-4; Harley Taylor, 9 4 

Drajnng, John Ferguson, 5 d. at $2 

Use of boat, Frank Arnold, 2 m. at $2.50, 2 m. at $2, 1 week at 50c 

Armil, James : oak, 8,040 ft. at $28 ; 3-in. pine plank, 38,960 ft. at $16 ; pine, 10 x 10-in. x 

16 ft., 800 ft. at $16 ; sundry lumber, $13.27 ; wire, 140 lbs. at 10c 

Goodhue, W. H.: 1 doz. axes, $10.50 ; pressed spikes, 2 kegs of 200 lbs. at $6 (1 of 8 x i-in., 

1 of 10 x |-in.) ; 9-in. wire spikes, 3 kegs of 300 lbs. at $7.05 ; sundry hardware, $29.08. . . 

Hepburn, W.A., use of 7 jackscrews for lowering'life boat house, 2 d.'at 50c. each a day 

Lake Erie and Detroit River Ry. Co., oak piles driven in front of lighthouse pier, 560 ft. at 30c. 

Mclntyre, A., pulling piles leaning outward from pier into channel, 13 at $1 

Seaman, A. G. Wiarton ($4,662.79)— 

Pine, 10 x 10-in. and 12 x 12-in.: 16 ft. long, 83,683 ft. at $20 ; 30 ft. long, 13,080 ft. at $23 

Pine, 12 x 12-in. at $22 : 46,894 ft. of 18 ft. long ; 12,504 ft. of 18 to 35 ft. long 

Pine, 12 x 12-in. x 14 to 30 ft. long, 30,208 ft. at $21 

Pine : 4 x 9-in. x 20 ft. 8,040 at $20 ; 4 x 9-in. and 6-in. x 9-in , 780 ft. at $21 

Cedar, 10 x 10-in. x 16 ft., 30,000 ft. at $19 

Taylor, Alex.: drift bolts, 14,435 lbs. at $2.40 a 100 ; sundry smithwork, $67.33 

3 payments under $4 : elm, 51 ft. at $12 ; ripping timber, $2 ; hire of horse and buggy,, $3; 

voucher outstanding, $2 . ... . , 

Gray, H. A., engineer, 6 trips from Toronto 

Detailed with dredge " Ontario " Page Q— 216 

Total carried to Page Q — 6 

Port Stanley : Assistance to Harbour Improvements. 

Lake Erie and Detroit River Railway Co., grant , 



Rainy River : Improving Channel. 

Johnson, Rev. J., Long Sault Rapids, storing government plant, 10 m. to Mar. 31, '99 at $1 
Rainy River Navigation Co., bill of Jan. 21, '98 : mattresses, 5 at $3.50 ; blankets, 6 prs. at $3 
Wade, T. E. , Peterboro', services, June 1 to 25, 1898, in connection with superintendence of 

Rainy River improvements at $6 

Salaries in department at Ottawa (Page Q— 12) 

Total carried to Page Q — 6 

Richards' Landing-, St. Joseph's Island: Purchase of Wharf. 

Smith, Catharine, price of wharf . 

McKaj^, John, legal expenses re wharf at Richards' Landing 

Total, caiTied to page Q — 6 



Rondeau Harbour: Repairs to Pier: Aug. 15-Feb. 27, May 1-2. 



Foreman of works, R. M. Paxton, 148 days at $3 ; outlay, $1.30 

Carpenters: Sol. Arnold, 127 d. at $2, 6 d. at $1.75; Percy Herns, 49 d. at $2 ; Robt. Mc 

Faul, 137 at $2 ; Stephen Smith, 11 d. at $2 ; John R. Snell, 132 d. at $2 ; B. Snyder, 60 

d. at $2, 6 d. at $1.50 

Labourers : Ira A. Kirk, 123 d. at $1.50 : Chas. Riddell, 72 d. at $1.50, 6 d. at $1.25 

Hadley, S., Lumber Co.: cedar and pine, 10 to 22 ft. long at $18, 26,322 ft. of 12 x 12 in., 

3,440 ft. of 10 x 12 in., 24,951 ft. of 10 x 10 in., 1,328 ft. of 6 x 8 in., 3,990 ft. of 6 x 6 in. 

1,600 ft. of 4 x 8 in., 1,008 ft. of 2 x 8 in., 10,392 ft. of 2 x 6 in.; 14 x 14 white oak, 8 ft 

long, 261 ft. at $30 

Morton & Adam : 6-in. spikes, 12 kegs at $2.25 ; 1-in. rd. iron, 390 lbs. at 2c; 6-in. wire nails 

2 kegs at $2.25 ; wheelbarrows, 2 at $2.25 ; sundry hardware, $24.78 

Riddell, Robt. : drift bolts, 1,099 lbs. at 3|c; plates, 4 in. sq., 400 at 3£c. ; spikes, 19 and 26 in. 

4,100 lbs. at 3^c; bolts, with head and nut, 1,658 lbs. at 5c; 1-in. bolts, 552| lbs. at 5c. 

sundries, $5.55 ....... 



Total, carried to page Q — 6. 



$ cts. 

340 45 
192 1G 

395 70 



926 68 

10 00 

9 50 


888 54 


72 73 

7 00 

168 00 

13 00 


1,974 50 
1,306 74 
634 37 
177 18 
570 00 
413 77 


7 61 

83 25 

1,855 13 


10,046 31 


10,000 00 


10 00 
35 50 


150 00 
358 50 


554 00 


3,000 00 
23 35 


3,023 35- 



445 30 



1,051 50 
300 00 



1,322 50 
68 58 

312 05 

3,499 93 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-183 



Saugeen River : Dredging. 

Bowman & Porter, Southampton, use of plant, dredging and removing material from Saugeen 
River, July 1-Aug. 30, 1808, 488 hours at $8 

McLennan, Finlay, Southampton — 

Sounding at landing pier, 3 d. at $2 

Inspector of dredging, May 14- Aug. 30, 1808, 93 d. at $2 

Rusk, Irwin, Southampton, rope, 11 lbs 

Total, carried to page Q — 6 . 

Thornbury: Repairs to Piers: Sept. 28. 1898 Jan. 19, 1899. 



Foreman, E. Raymond, 77 d. at $2 

Carpenter, John May, 62.-J- d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at SI. 25 : Thos. Boon, 64^ ; John Ferguson, 56| ; Wm. McKinley, 12; W. 

M. Raymond, 20A 

Teamsters : Wm. Jas" Cook, 1 d. at $2.50 ; Wm. Phipps, 8£ d. at $2.75 ; John Wilton, 26i d. 

at $2.75 

Cook, Wm. Jas., cedar (standing), 850 lin. ft. at 2c 

Heslip, Jas. C: 2-in. rock elm plank, 900 ft. at $12 ; 2- in. cedar plank, 500 ft. at $10; spikes, 

1,050 lbs. at 4c. ; sundry lumber, $7.65 : smithwork, &c, $15.30 

McKean, Andrew : round cedar, 600 lin. ft. at 5c: 18-ft. cedar, 10 x 8—17 in., 5,370 ft. at $9 ; 

cedar, 10 x 8—10 in. x 11—23 ft., 4,273 ft. at $10 

McKean, Archie : 2 and 3 in. cedar plank, 2,257 ft. at $9 ; 18 ft. cedar piles, 10 x 10—12 in., 

1,125 ft. at $9 

McKean, A. G.: rock elm, 8 x 10 in. x 22—32 ft., 2,733&ft. at $15 ; 18-ft. cedar, 10 x 10— 12 in., 

930 ft. at $9 

Raymond, E., horse-hire, cartage, &c ' 

Stouten burg, Peter, cedar piles at $9 per M: 12,750 ft. of 10 x 10—12 in. x 18 ft., 1,299 of 

10 x 10 in. x 14— 19 ft 

Sharpening and fitting up saws, $4.65 ; hardware, $8.42 ; towing, $5 



Total, carried to page Q — 6. 



Toronto Harbour: Eastern Entrance, &c. 

Temple, E. B., resident engineer ($2,109.96)— 

Salary, 12 mos. to June 30, 1899, at $170 

Trip to Ottawa, Feb. 19-21, 1899 

Street cars on Government business, $13 ; ferry for self and men, $6.80 

Expenses to island, $4.75 ; meals at Island, $9.75 ; repairing pump, 50c 

Coupe, $2.50 ; placing mats, $3.20 ; postage, $3.90 ; telegram, 26c; ox gall, 15c 

For hydrograph : record rollers, 30c. ; cleaning float-box, 50c 

Merrick, Walter P., assistant to engineer : July 1-Nov. 30, April 15- June 30, 189 week-days 

at $3 ; ferry, 75c 

Foremen at $2 : J. A. Lumly, July 1-11, 1898, 10 d.; Geo. Forrest, July 17-Nov. 30, 114f d. . 

Boatman, Geo. Bussey, July 1-Oct. 31, 150 d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1.50: Geo. Bussey, 25i ; Patk. Healey, 115'3; D. Lay ton, 14; James 

Murphy, 83; Patk. Murphy, 112 5 f Fred. Nukes, 1111; Thos. O'Brien, 8; John 

Quinn, 120" 7 ; Geo. Reid, 46^ ; Wm. Stinson, 52 "7 ; Patk. Sullivan, 118-1 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., sundry hardware , 

Britnell & Co. : large stone, delivered, 262^ c. yds. at ^$4 . 25 ; lake boulders, delivered, 25 

toise, 109 ft., at $8.50 a toise, $216.79 * 

Canada Atlantic Ry., freight and cartage on hoisting-engine, boiler, &c, Toronto to Ottawa. 
Clark, Thos. J. ($537.70)— 

Towing derrick and stone-scow from Gap to works and back : 4 trips at $3 ; 33 at $4. . . 

Towing derrick-scow from Gap to works and back : 61 trips at $1.75 ; 20 at $3.50 

Conveying men, city to Island and back, 1,2 19 fares at 5c 

Hire of tug " Clark' Bros." in Nov. : 24 d. at $6 ; sundry, $10.50 

Confederation Life Association, rent of Engineer Temple's office, 12 m. to June 30, at $20. . . 

Goodwin, Capt. Jos., damage to Str. " Ada Alice " by sunken moorings 

Hall, Capt. Wm., Queen's Wharf : taking charge of " Denison Hydrograph," 11 m. to June 

30, 1899, at $5 ; half-cost of repairs to signal-house roof, $1.50 ; auger, $2.50 

Leckie, John : 250 ft. rope, 100 lbs. at 13c. ; pair hip boots, $5.75 

Matthews, A., half of contract for covering signal-house at Queen's Wharf with galv. iron. . . 

McMurrich, Coatsworth, Hodgins & McMurrich, legal services re Capt. Jos. Goodwin 

McMurrich, Geo., renewal of $700 policy on Island property 

Phin, W. E., dredging in eastern channel at $8 an hour : 

Dredge " Hamill," 1898 : July, 276^ h.; Aug., 203 rV h.; Sept., 194H h.; Oct., 121& h.; 
NoV., 113A h 

Dredge " W. E. Phin," 1899 : May, 105^ h. ; June, 234& h 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



3,904 00 


6 00 

186 00 

1 50 


4,097 50 


154 00 
93 37 


199 99 


98 04 
17 00 


80 75 


121 05 


30 42 


49 37 
11 50 


126 43 
18 07 



999 99 



2,040 00 


24 35 


19 80 


15 00 


10 01 


80 


567 75 


249 60 


225 00 


1,099 48 


18 78 


1,331 35 


43 75 


144 00 


176 75 


62 45 


154 50 


240 00 


15 00 


59 00 


18 75 


13 50 


10 08 


10 50 


7,259 32 


2,721 86 


6,531 38 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Toronto Harbour : Eastern Entrance, Sec— Concluded. 



Brought forward. 



Russell, J. E., Aug. -Sept., 1898 ($1,585.95)— 

Brush matting : 2 ft. x \U ft., 666 lin. ft. at $1.15 ; 1 ft. x 20 ft., 152 lin. ft. at $1.05 
2 ft. x 20 ft., 121 lin. ft. at $1.40 ; 1 ft. x 25 ft., 309 lineal ft. at $1.45 

Placing and sinking mats, $22 ; teaming plant, $6 

Hire of capstan, chains, blocks, cables and ropes 

Smith, J. B. & Sons : lumber, $7.93 ; mast for boat, $5 

Sparrow, Wm. H.: galv. pump for well of hydrograph, $3.50 ; overpaid, $1 

Ward, Wm. , ice delivered at Island office, 4 m. at $2 . 30 

Whitfield, John, smith work, $16.07 ; Whitfield, John Co., smith work, $30.06 

6 items under $6: electric fixtures, $5.25; coal, $2.25; boat-hire, $1.50; repairs, $1.25 

stove-pipes, $1 .06 ; oil, 34c 

Stationery Office, Ottawa, supplies 



Total, carried to page Q— 6 



Harbours and Rivers: Ontario Generally. 

Bayfield, July 1-Auj. 31, 1898 ($1,521.25). 

Foreman, Alex. Ross, July 1-Aug. 31 : 42 d. at $2.50 

Teamster, Jas. Donaldson, If d. at $3 ; carpenter, D. McNaughton, 9 d. at $1.75 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : R. Erwin, 12^ ; John Ferguson, 42 ; J. McNaughton, 7 ; S. R 

Ross, 42 • - • • 

Donaldson, Jas. : red birch, 2,800 ft. at $12 ; maple, 540 ft. at $12 ; sawing, 2,627 ft. at $3. . 
Fowlie, Jas. : spikes, 2,055 lbs. at 3^c; bands and bolts, 222 lbs. at 3|c; smithwork, $8.25. 

Rutson, Wm. : stone, 153 cords at $3.50, 148f at $3 ; gravel, 220 yds. at 25c 

Sills & Murdie : ship spikes, 500 lbs. of 6 x T % at $3.10, 70 of 7x & at $3.50, 800 of 7 x § at 

$2.90 ; rope, 47 lbs. at 16c, 18 at 14c; hardware, $16.15 



$ cts. 
16,531 38 



1,542 95 
28 00 
15 00 
12 93 
4 50 
9 20 
46 13 

11 65 

30 52 



18,232 26 



Big Bay Wharf: Jane 15-24, 1898 ($54.60). 

Conductor, John Horn, 4i d. at $2 ; carpenter, R. Boyd, dh d. at $2 

Labourers, 7* d. at $1.25 ; teams, 1 d. at $3, 2 at $2.50 

Wyatt, Robt., lumber, 2,000 ft. at $8 

Smithwork, $2 ; cedar, $1.25 ; jack screws, $1 ; spikes, 85c . 



Cobourg: Repairs, Nov. ($25). 



Foreman, M. C. Fox, 3f d. at $2 ; labourers, 
Spikes, $2.45; timber, $4.31 ; carting, $2. . . , 



d. at $1.25. 



Cockburn Island : Repairs to Tolsma Wliarf ($414-95). 



Foreman, W. C. Foster, May 18- June 30 : 16 days at $1.50 

Carpenter, John Robb, 9 d. at $1.50; blacksmith, T. S. Goodmurphy, 2 d. at $1.50. 

TnUnnvci-t! rloi7c of *K 1 RO • "Wm TVTnnrlv 8 • John T? rm i tarm a h _ 7i : Win Rnmhnnph. ! 



Wm. Rombough, 9 ; T. H 



Labourers, days at $1.50 : Wm. Mundy, 8 ; John Rombough, 7| 

Smith, 8 ; 15 under $10 each, m ali 52 d. 

Dyment, N. : 3-in. pine, common, 8 to 12-in. wide, 12 to 14 feet long, 12,000 feet at $12 . . . 
Manary, Robt. : 10x12 cedar and pine, 660 feet at 8c; 12x12 pine, 75 feet at 8c; 12 x 12 oak 

130 ft. at 9c 

Hardware, $10.25 ; rent of tools, $6.50 ; freight, $16.45 



Collingwood, Repairing Outer Breakwater, Dec. -Jan. ($150). 



Hughes, Robt. : supt. of repairs, 13 d. at $3 ; postage, 5c , 

Labourers at $1.50 : Matt Walton, 9f ; Matt Watts, 11 

Stone, 29 cords at $2.75 ; John Boyce, $60.50 ; Walter J. Maidens, $19.25. 



Goderich, Nov. 14-22, 1898 ($76.17). 

Labour on south pier and snubbing-posts, days at $1.50 : J. R. Craigie 7£, T. Fitzsimmons 

5, J. Inkster 71, P. Wylie 1\ ; at $1, Wm. Watson, 7 d 

Goderich Lumber Co. : cedar snubbing-posts, 7 at $1.25 ; hemlock, 1,008 feet at $8.50 .... 
Carting, $1.50 ; spikes and nails, $1.77 ; hemlock, $3 ; bolts, $5.68 



Hilton, Marksrille : Repairs to Wharf ($108.73). 



Foreman, E. Stubbs, 5 days in April, 1899 at $2 

Labourers, 28^ days at $1.25 ; man and team, 1 day at $3 

Brown, P., timber : 18 ft. long, 22 pes. at 35c; 25 ft. long, 5 pes. at 50c 

Stubbs, E. & Co.: 25 ft. timber, 26 pee. at 50c; plank, 4,700 ft. at $7; spikes, 133 lbs. at 3c 

Carried forward , 



105 00 
21 00 

155 25 

47 96 

87 95 

1,036 75 

67 34 



16 00 

17 50 
16 00 

5 10 



16 24 

8 76 



24 00 
16 50 

126 75 
144 00 

70 50 
33 20 



39 05 
31 20 
79 75 



46 90 
17 32 
11 95 



10 00 
38 64 
10 20 
49 89 



2,350 70 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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Harbours and Rivers : Ontario Cienerally — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Lake Ontario Water-levels (Q$66.75)j 

Ballard Electric and Machine Co., Toronto — 

Hydrograpb in glass case, $50 ; shaft and float at Queen's wharf, Toronto, $5 

Hydrograph in glass case, $50 ; float, $1, (shaft to be constructed at Kingston). 

Copp, Clark, Co., Toronto: water-record sheets, printed and ruled, 10 M. $100 ; altera- 
tions, $20 

Hicks, O. L., Toronto, setting-up hydropraph at Queen's Wharf, Toronto : materials, $11.25: 
self, 7 d. at $3 ; labour, 5 d. at $1.50 

Lakes Simcoe and Couch ichiug ($15). 

Clark, Patrick, Washago, work on stop-logs at Big and Little Falls : putting in logs, Dec. 5, 
1898, $7,50 ; taking out logs, Dec. 15, $7.50 



Port Arthur Breakwater: Putting on Boiler -Plates, <£-c. ($72.32). 

Foreman, Robt. Hamer : June 22-30, 1809, 8 d. at $3 ; outlay, $11.37 

Labourers, days at $1.50 : L. Landrothe, 7 ; C. Squiers, 4 ; T. Squiers, 5 

Scaffold irons, $5 ; tamarack, 45c; picking up iron and timber, $3.50; boat hire, $4. 



J. Dunn, 
J. O'Neil, 



Port Colbome Survey: April 15- May 27, 1899 ($975.01). 

Second Assistant Engineer, Walter P. Merrick : 21 d. at $2.50 ; travel, $6.05. . . . 

Labourers, days at $1.50 : W. Augustine, 14^ ; T. E. Baker, 10; H. Brennan, 17i 
16* ; F. Fleming, 13 ; J. Hanham, 24f ; W. Hayden, 17 ; H. Murray, 26^ ; T 
25"; H. Woods, 31| ' 

Labourers : W. Armstrong, 28 d. at $1.25 ; Fred Twohey, 17 d. at $1 

Boat-hire, days at 50c: C. Armstrong, 12; Carter Bros., 2; T. J. O'Neil, 1G ; T. M. Winn, 21. 

Boat-hire, H. Leslie, 17 d. at $1 

Augustine & Son., poles, stakes, &c, $25.33 ; Burrow, S., hardware $11.18 

Baker, T. E., Oshawa , travel to Port Colborne and return , 

Conlon, J. & T., coal, $2.79 ; Gibbons, P., hardware, $6.83 

Johnson, J. D. , meals for self and men, 45 at 25c „ 

Leslie, H., damage to steam yacht " Irene " 

Mathews, R., 3 chairs and table, $3.70 ; McNeil, C. jr., driving, $22.50 

McNeal's Hotel, Port Colborne : board, A. St. Laurent $57, P. Paradis $57, W. P. Mer- 
rick $25, T. E. Baker, $8.75 ; use of store-room, $6.50 

Queen's Hotel, Toronto, board of Messrs. A. St. Laurent and P. Paradis. . . . 

Saurin & Son, hardware, $8.30 ; Woods, F., smithwork, $20.55 

Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q— 262) 

Port Maitland Survey, June 1-24, ?899 ($458.05). 

Chainman, T. E. Baker, 24 d. at $1.50 ; gauge-reader, Wm. Armstrong, 8 d. at $1 

Labourers, days at $1.50 : A. Klingender, 9 ; J. Miskin, 6^ ; F. Ross, 11 ; T. White, 10 

Engineer, fireman and yacht, Stanley Doake, dh d. at $4 

Boat hire, Wm. Martin, 10 d. at 50c* 

Baker, T. E., Oshawa, travel to Port Maitland and return 

Browne, H. J. & W. A., Toronto, making plans of harbour works, 7h d. at $4 

Charleson, W. G., 400 ft. wire rope, $4 ; Grand Pac Hotel, board of Mr. Paradis, $5.65 

Kunsdorf, John, carpentering $14 ; McDonald, T., driving, $22 

Martin, Wm. : board of Messrs. St. Laurent, Paradis, Mercier and Baker, June 7-21, 

*:>4.30; room for office, $2 

Paradis, Paxil, sundry outlay for survey-party 

Travel of Ottawa officials . ' (Page Q— 262) 



Eat Portage: Removal of Dam, May, 1899 ($203.66). 

Foreman, Wm. James, 1 d. at $5 ; 7 labourers, 16 d. in all at $2 

Kendall, E. F., barge " Omega," 5 d. in May at $3 

Lewis, Clifford : work, 2 d. at $4 ; towing barge, $5 ; yawl, 3 d. at 50c ; less, rope bought, 

$4.10 

Ottawa Powder Co. : 60 p.c. dynamite, 7 boxes at $10; cartage, $6 ; wire and fuse, $5.40 

Rat Portage Hardware Co. : rope, 69 lbs. at 14c ; hardware, $3. 10 

Gouin, W. F., resident engineer, Winnipeg : travel to Rat Portage and return 

Carried forward , 



4,340 49 



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63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Harbours and Rivers : Ontario Generally — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Assistance to Engineer Eraser ($161.25). 

Midland, June 13-28, 1899 : chainman, Wm. Hacker, 5 d. at $2 ; 6 labourers, 52 d. in all at 
SI. 50; 1 labourer, 13 d. at $ 1.25 

Bruce Mines, May 9-14, 1899 : labourers, 9 d. at SI .50 ; boatmen, 5 d. at S2 

Sheguiandah, May 15-18 : labourers, 6| d. at SI. 50 ; man and 2 boats, 2i d. at $2.50 

Providence Bay, May 18-23 : labourers, 1\ d. at SI. 50 ; man and boat, 2\ d. at S2 ; boat, 2\ 
d. at 50c 



Sundry Expenditure. 

Jarmin, Jos., Amherstburg, travel to Ottawa and return, Nov. 1898 

Stationery Office, Ottawa, S159.84 ; Queen's Printer's account, S16.31 

Engineers, Ontario and Quebec , (Page Q — 173) 

Department at Ottawa. 

Salaries in Dept. at Ottawa (Page Q — 12) 

Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q— 262) 

Advertising. . , 



Total carried to page Q — 6 . 



Lake Manitoba : Opening' and Maintaining Additional Outlet. 

Queen's Printer's account, $6.55 ; advertising, $196. 20 



Harbours~and Rivers : Manitoba Generally. 

Arctic Ice Co., ice for Winnipeg office, season of 1899, 10 lbs. daily 

Cauchon, Jos., services as paymaster, May, 1899 , 

Davis, J.: moving office furniture, etc., cleaning office, washing windows, etc., 7 d. at $1 50 

attendance at resident engineer's office, Aug. 22- Sept. 14, 21 d. at 75c 

Eveleigh, J. & Co., voucher 44,889 outstanding Oct. 18, 1899 

Gouin. W. F., resident engineer, travel and outlay, July- No v., 1898 

Pengelly & Co., moving office effects, 6 hrs. at SI . 25 

Queen's Printer's Account, $15 . 46 ; Stationery Office, $127 .83 

Total carried to page Q — 6 

Harbours, Rivers and Rridges : Nortli-west Territories Generally. 

Gouin, W. F., inspection of bridges throughout the N.W. T., Nov. 26-Dec. 26, 1898, Jan. 
9-10, 1899, $269.55, less $200 charged to Dom. Buildings Maintenance (Page Q— 102). . . . 

Engineers, &c., Manitoba and Nortli-west Territories. 

Winnipeg: W. F. Gouin, resident engineer, 365 d. at $5.50 (charged to "Chief Engineer's 
Staff," page Q— 230) 



Columbia River, R. C. : Above Golden. 

Survey of Kicking-Horse River at Golden, Nov., 1898 : 

Assistant engineer, F. W. Aylmer, lid. at $6 

Rodman, F. P. Armstrong, 7 d. at. S3; axeman, M. Dainard, 8 d. at $2.50 

Survey of Columbia River and drowned lands, near Columbia Valley, April- June, 1899 : 

Assistant engineer, F. W. Aylmer, April 1-June 10, at $180 a month 

Chainman, A. Fortey, 20 d. at $1.60; chain and rodman, A. Fortey, 31^ d. at $1.75. 

Axemen, at $1.75 : H. G. Low, 43| d.; A. Macaulay, 51| d.; D. McDougal, 51^ d. . 

Cook and axeman, James White, 61 d. at $1 . 75 

Cook : R. Dodds, 10 d. at $1 ; A. Clark, 9 d. at $1.29 

Fitting up Dredge "Muskrat," at Golden, May, 1899 : 

Foreman, A. McDonald, May 1-11, 11 d. at $4 , 

Labourers, d. at $3 : F. Loney, 3 ; A. McKenzie, 4 ; D. Robson, 1 ; T. J. Ryan, 3. 

Watchman on Dredge " Muskrat," 5 m. to April 30, 1899, at $5 

Caretaker of Dredge "Muskrat," W. L. Houston: May 10-31, $17.74; June, 1899, $25. 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
4,340 49 



104 25 
23 50 
16 00 



17 50 



26 50 

176 15 

1,506 13 



1,398 00 

933 30 

14 00 


8,555 82 



202 75 



5 00 
91 66 

26 25 
4 50 

192 15 
7 50 

143 29 


470 35 



69 55 



2,007 50 



66 00 

41 00 

420 00 

87 12 

256 37 

106 75 

21 61 

44 00 
33 00 
25 00 

42 74 



1,143 59 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-187 



Columbia River, B.C. : Above Golden — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Dredge "Muskrat," removing snag9 from Columbia River, July- Oct., 1898 : 

Captain, Angus McDonald, Julv-Oct. 19, at $125 a month 

Engineers: W. Mannelly, 29 d. in July, $46.77; D. Good, Aug., $55; J. Mclntyre, 
Sept.-Oct. 15 at $55, $81 .61 

Firemen, at $40 : J. Mclntyre, July- Aug., $80; J. McMillan, Sept.-Oct. 12, $54.84.. 

Deck hands, at $35 : W. Brock, $91 ; J. D. McLeod, $24.65 ; J. McMillan, July-Aug., $70 

Cook. Quan Suey, July 1-Oct. 12, at $30 

C. P. By., fares for Capt. A. McDonald : Golden" to New Westminster, Oct. 15, $23.35; New 

Westminster to Golden, May 2, 1899, $23.30 

Columbia River Co., lumber, $3.38 ; Hamilton, A. G., driving, &c, $21 

Hull Bros. & Co., beef, &c, $14.10 ; Kimpton & Pitts, provisions, &c, $48.60 

Low, H. G., Golden, hauling boat and supplies to Galena , . . 

McDermot, G. B.: provisions, &c, $184.07; pr. rubber boots, $10 ; hire of boat, 60 d. at 35c. 
McDonald, Capt. A.: fare, Golden to New Westminster, May 9, $23.30; meals, &c, $4.25. . 
Queen's Hotel, Golden : board of Capt. A. McDonald, May 3-10, 6% d. at $1.50, $10; board 

of Messrs. McDonald and McLaughlin in April- May, 1898, $6 

Upper Columbia Navigation Co.: freight, $30.05; fares, $3.50; 4-ft. wood, 28| cords at $2, 

2 at $2. 25 

Warren, Chas. A.: rope, 107 lbs. at 17c; 10-oz. 8x8x2 tents, 2, $20 ; provisions, &c, $157.20. 
Windermere Hotel, provisions, and freight on same 



Total carried to page Q— 6 . 



Columbia River : Above Revelstoke : Nov.-Dec, 1898. 

Workmen : Hugh Ross, 40 d. at $4.50 ; Tom Edwards, 40 d. at $3.25 

Workmen, days at $3 : Robt. Adair, 32 ; Robt. Blackmore, 40 ; Joe Bushway, 8| ; Jos. Dunn, 

33 ; And. Ferguson, 31 ; Robt. Green, 40 ; Sam. Hill, 36 ; Tom Home, 36 ; John Jackson, 

40 ; Sam. Laurence, 38 ; And. Parker, 8h ; Wm. Pearson, 39 ; Geo. Ritchie, 38 ; Wm. 

Whitmore, 8 

Bell & Co., sack smiths' coal. $3.50 ; Blackmore, Robt., boat-hire, $20 

Bourne Bros. : 60 per cent dynamite, 8 cases at $11.50; 500 ft. fuse, $4 ; Jessop's steel, 102 

lbs. at 16c. ; 300 lbs. smiths' coal, $5.25 ; sundry, $1.40 

Coursier, H. N. : 60 per cent powder, 3 cases at $12 ; sundry, $10.65 

Fleming, W., moving bellows, $1 ; Morris & Steed, taking message, $1.50 

McMahon, Jas., smith work, $3.80 ; Nelson, J., 4 trips to Canyon, $10 , 

Revelstoke Iron Works, 2 sand pumps 

Sands, John : hauling supplies to Canyon 5 trips at $2 ; hire of canoe, 14 d. at 50c 



Total, carried to page Q — 6 

Columbia River, between Upper and Lower Arrow Lakes : Dec., 1898 to 

Feb., 1899. 

Foreman, P. J. Gallagher : services, 74^ d. at $4 ; team, 65J d. at $6 

Time keeper, Chs. G. Beaulieu, 62^ d. at $3 ; carpenter, M. J. McGrath, 46 d. at $3 

Rockman, Hector McKinnon, 56| d. at $3 ; blacksmith, Jas. Reveler, 39| d. at $3 

Teams at $6 : A. A. Clark, 49^ d. ; Wm. Pryor, 56 d 

Labourers, days at $2.50 : Jos. Bellon, 12h '; Alf. Berube, 11 ; E. C. Black, 32 ; B. Walter 

Bull, 60 ; Byron Burton, 66 ; H. C. Clark, 64 ; Wm. Cooper, 61^ ; Jas. Devine, 29 ; L. 

Funk, 11 ; John Gibson, 17 ; Tom. Graham, 48^ ; O. Guilbeault, 68 ; C. B. Hoggan, 58^ ; 

J. Hoggan, 29J? ; Geo. Hudson, 23 ; A. J. Hume, 11 ; Frank Ion, 66i ; John J. Kennedy, 

lU ; Walter La veil, 61 ; John W. Manuel, 44^ ; Chas. Martin, 4 ; Hv. Mitchell, 17 ; 

Neil Munn, 16 ; John McBane, 4 ; Thos. McCarroll, 15i ; Alex. McCool, 3 ; Geo. 

McDermid, 5 ; Ted. McKenna, 54^ ; D. A. McPhee, 26i ; SVan Nilson, Wh ; Geo. Otis, 

304; Walter Ross, 34| ; Chas. Sandusky, 65£; Clark "Watt, 5l£; Geo. M. Yuill, 20; 

Miles Yingling, 45 



Less, board deducted and paid direct to 
Johnson, Feb., $357.50 



P. G. Gallagher, Dec. 



70, Jan. $482.25; H. J. 



Board of men : Dec, P. G. Gallagher, $301.70 ; Feb., H. J. Johnson, $357.50 

Travel, &c. : C. G. Beaulieu. s L >:-;.65; P. G. Gallagher, $17.40 ; C. C. Worsfold, $31.12 

Bourne Bros. : giant powder, cases at $9 ; Jessop Steel No. 1, 330 lbs. at 16c. ; 10-in. iron 

snatch-blocks, 2 at $14.50 ; box stove and pipes, slo.75 ; hip rubber boots, 2 prs. at $7.50 ; 

cash paid Darragh for boat, $27.50 ; sundry hardware, $78.82 

( !. P. Ry. : freight, on wire $73.45, sundry. $10.25 ; fare, New West to Burton, $22.15 

Genelle, Peter & Co. : lumber, 7,515 ft. at $10 ; freight, $17 

McKinnon, Hector, row boat and oars 



Total, carried to page Q— 6. 



$ cts. 
1,143 59 

451 61 



183 38 
134 84 
185 65 
101 13 


46 65 
24 38 
62 70 
20 00 
215 07 
27 55 


16 00 


94 55 

195 40 
59 72 


2,962 22 



310 00 



1,284 00 


23 50 


118 97 


46 65 


2 50 


13 80 


2 25 


17 00 


1,818 67 


691 00 


325 50 


287 25 


633 00 



2,986 85 



4,923 60 
1,201 45 



3,722 15 

719 20 

72 17 



272 87 

105 85 

92 15 

15 00 



4,999 39 



Q— 188 



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63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Duncan River : Nov.-Dec, 1898. 

Foreman, R. S. Gallop, Nov.-Dec, 1898, 45 days at $4.50 

Cook, A. Johnson, Nov.-Dec, 1898, 52 d. at S3 

Labourers, Nov.-Dec, 1898, days at S3 : Chas. Daley, 45 ; Saml. Denomie, 45; John Dunn, 
29 ; Geo. Fisher, 45 ; W. R Gallup, 45 ; Ollie Harris, 45 : Albert Kane, 45 ; Wm. 
Kayzer, 45 ; H. Mathews, 45 ; W. Mathews, 45 ; S. P. Morgan, 45 ; Chas. Mulholland, 
45 ; Pat. McNeil, 28 ; John Simpson, 45 ; Fred Sutherland, 45 

Less, board deducted and paid to R. S. Gallop as below 

Removing reef at mouth of Glacier Creek, Apl. 17-May 6, 1899 : foreman, R. S. Gallop, 18 d. 

at S4.50 ; labourer, Hy. Mathews, 18 d. at S3 

Byers, Hamilton: No. 2, giant powder, 16 cases at $8.50; 2,900 ft. fuse, $21.75; candles, 1\ 

boxes, $7.50 ; camp stove,- $8 ; sundry hardware, $57. 43 .... 

Dunn, J., boat-hire, Nov., $10 ; Simpson, J. S., boat-hire, Nov.-Dec. $20 

Gallop, R. S. : board of men, Nov.-Dec as above, $435 ; balance of board of men in 1897-8 

(page Q— 167), $117.50 ; boat-hire, Nov. $10, Dec. $20, Apl.-May, $10 ; sundry, $33.40 

Hercules Towing Co., transport of men and freight to Lardo 

Letcher, Wm. : boat-hire, Nov.-Dec $20 : 4 oars, $5 

Str. " Marion," transportation in Mar. -Apl., 1899 , 

Total, carried to page Q — 6 



Fraser River. 



Employees in Engineer' 's Office, New Westminister. 



Engineers, &c, British Columbia. 



. (page Q— 193) 



Constructing and Placing Mattrasses : Pay-lists, Sept. 5-June 

Assistant engineer, Geo. Turner, July 1-June 39 ; 12 m. at $125. . . . ; 

Timekeeper at $50 : G. L. Peck, Sept. -Jan., $204.84 ; W. H. Dickson, Mar. -June, $200. . . . 

Assistant timekeeper, W. H. Dickson, Sept.- Jan., $230.83 ; calker, G. McLaughlin, 22 d. at $4. 

Foreman, Saml. Smith, Sept. -Jan., April-June, 138 d. at $5 

Foreman at mattrass camp : Jas. Gourlay, 137* d. at $3.50 ; Angus McDonald, 84 d. at $4. . 

Sub-foreman at mattrass camp : W. R. Day, 58 "1 d. at $2.50 ; Jas. Gourlay, 23 d. at $3.50. . 

Foreman at $3 : at quarry, A. McKercher, 149? d. ; at Rock wharf, John Gourley, 171 d 

Engineer at Rock wharf, at $50 : F. Mayers, $167.73 ; Thos. Wilson, $129.03 

Blacksmiths, at $3 : D. Currie, 1571 d. ; Jas. Gray, 145.1 d 

Carpenters : David Murchie, 14| d. at $5 ; W. Peck, 2 d. at $4 

Carpenters, days at $3.50: M. Emerson, 2 ; E. Murchie, 8 '9; John Power, 1\; B. W. 
Shiles, 3^ 

Carpenters at $2.50 : W. Howay, 128| d. ; E. Hughes 5* d 

Carpenter and labourer at $2.50 : John Gourlay, 8 d. ; F. Mayers, 8 d 

Labourers, days at $2.50: Jas. Bristow, \ ; W. R. Day, 102* ; John Gourlay, 25| ; Wm. 
Green, \ ; F. Mayers, 18* ; N. McColf, 4 

Labourers, days at $2.25 : O." Anderson, 80* ; R. Angus, 187 ; W. G. Armour, 83; Martin 
Beck, S9?; S. G. Bent, 283; W. C. Bournes, 231; Jas. Bristow, 75| ; E. Campbell, 
14 3 ; S. B. Campbell, 5U ; T. W. Catherwood, 31 ; J. D. Chisholm, 74| ; E. Churchill, 
Vd\ ; H. Clarke, 8 ; F. Craig, 48 7 ; Jos. Davidson, 68 ; W. R. Day, 301 ; Jas. Donovan, 
7J ; M. Doyle. 140* ; Wm. Ellwood, 44? ; D. D. Emery, 25 ; Wm. Forman, 23" 1 ; John 
Forrester, 88 "3; R. Fraser, 4 ; Nat French, 80^9 ; Rob't. Gooding, 85* ; A. Gourlay, 179 ; 
Wm. Green, 136" 1 ; W. Haines, 26J ; G. Hall, 2\ ; H. Hall, 40 1 ; R. Harris, 25; Chas. 
Hayden, 54 "3; L. Hendrickson, 46*; D. Hudon^ 18| ; T. Isbister, 97 3; Walter James, 
34? ; Ernest Johnson, 43' 1 ; John Johnson, 111 3 ; R. Johnson, 881; Wm. Kearley, 99f ; 
W. Latta, 48|; R. Lee, 4&; W. Lee, 47 9; W. B. Little, 20^; S. Lundin, 49J ; John 
Magar, S9£ ; J. Mahoney, 41 ; G. B. Mair, 47i ; C. Manning, 15' 1; T. Marriott, 37£ ; 

" F. Mavers. 57'9; Gust Melin, 116 3 ; A. Mercer, 1223; D. M. Moore, 3 ; F. Moore, 
76- 1 ; W. Mosdell, 69i ; P. Mullin, 15" 3 ; N. Murchison, 20 ; Ed. Murphy, 48" 1 ; Allan 
McAskill, 889; J. McConnell, 32 7 ; John McDonald, 934; J. M. McDonald, 91 9; 
W. McDonald, 9? ; M. D. Mclnnes, 38 J ; Jas. McKay, 77 9 ; R. B. McLachlan, 130' 9 ; 
Jas. McLean, 837; J. A. McLean, 47 7; D. M. McLennan, 82*; D. McLeod, 149i ; 
J. C. McLeod, 64f ; N. R. McLeod, 39| ; Peter McMillan, 87| ; J. J. McNeill, 91* ; 
D. G. McNoun, 117? ; S McPhee, 42 ; Hy. Noble, 85?- ; R. Parsons, 29^ ; C. W. Peck, 
3 ; A. W. Robinson, 1 ; J. Rolls, 107 '3 ; John Ross, 439; J. Russell, 39 ; John N. Smith, 
77 ; C. S. Solloway, 25? ; John Sparks, 19 ; P. J. Stamford, 6 ; R. Stevenson, 697 ; D. 
Stewart, 142? ; Dan Sullivan, 38' 1 ; C. Taylor, 59i ; G. Thurlbeck, 25; R. Toop. 50; G. 
Tregunna, 122" 1 ; Thos. Waterman, 46J ; Frank Watt, 259; A. Wey, 37^ ; E. Whelan, 
63 9 ; N. Wilson, 901: Thos. Wilson, 5 ; T. R. Wood, 34 8 ; R. N. Woodruff, 67f ; H. 
Wren, 23| ; total, 5,881* days at $2. 25 =$13, 234. 05 ; fractions, 37c 

Labourer at $40, C. L. Leamey, 21 days in Dec , 

Carried forward . . 



$ cts. 

202 50 
156 00 



1,926 00 



2,284 50 
435 00 


1,849 50 


135 00 


230 68 
30 00 


625 90 
36 00 
25 00 
14 35 


2,946 43 



705 36 



1,500 00 
404 84 
318 83 
690 00 
818 30 
225 75 
961 80 
296 76 
906 60 
80 50 

59 11 

335 50 

40 00 

379 50 



13,234 42 

27 10 



20,984 3< 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
dESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-189, 



Fraser River — Continued. 

Brought f orward 

Constructing and Placing Mattrasses : Pay-list — Continued. 

Axemen, days at $2.25 : A. Baxter, 3 ; C. Jackson, 6h ; H. Monahan, 11 ; J. Morton, 4* 

Watchman and caretaker of mattrass-plant atj $50 : W. Ho way, July 1-Sept. 5, May 12- June 

30, $190.58; Thus. Wilson, Jan. -Feb., $100 

Cooks : at $60, Geo. Kessler, $230 ; at $50, K. H. Curtis, $91.93 ; E. Schober, $17.74 

Cooks at $40 : A. Atanasse, $150.97 ; R. H. Curtis, $30.98 ; R. Hudon, $109.33 ; W. Johnson, 

$158.32 ; Geo. Wilson, $76.12 

Asst. cooks at $30 : R. Harris, $65.81 ; Geo. Wilson, $112.10 

Less, board deducted at $4.50 a week: W. G. Armour, $66.01; O. Anderson, $69.22; 
R. Angus, $15.22; A. Baxter, $2.36; M. Beck, $66.84; S. G. Bent, $22.74; W. C. 
Bournes, $18.21 ; Jas. Bristow, $60.86; E. Campbell, $10.93 ; S. B. Campbell, $40.07 ; 
T. W. Catherwood, $26.79; J. D. Chisholm, $60.62; E. Churchill, $16.51 ; H. Clarke, 
$4.29 ; F. Craig, $36.88 ; D. Currie, $109.10 ; Jos. Davidson, $58.72 ; W. R. Day, $135.22; 
Jas. Donovan, $5.79 ; M. Doyle, $104.36; Win. Ellwood, $38.80 ; D. D. Emery, $20.14; 
Wm. Forman. $19.93; John Forrester, $70.51; R. Fraser, $3.65; N. French, $62.36; 
R. Gooding, $67.51 ; A. Gourlay, $139.91 ; Jas. Gourlay, $112.30 ; John Gourlay, $139.92; 
Jas. Grav, $103 28 ; Wm. Green, $108.22; W. Haines, $23.79; G. Hall, $3; H. Hall, 
$31.51 ; R. Harris, $19.50; C. Hayden, $45.23; L. Hendrickson, $38.14 ; W. Howay, 
$87.67 ; D. Hudon, $14.14 ; E. Hughes, $4.28; T. Isbester, $82.51 ; C. Jackson, $4.72 ; 
W. James, $34 29 ; E. Johnson, $38.37 ; J. Johnson, $87.01 ; R. Johnson, $58.08 ; Wm. 
Kearley, $74.36; W. Latta, $33.14; R. Lee, $3.86; W. Lee, $36.88; W. B. Little, 
$16.50; S. Lundin, $39.43; John Magar, $66.01; J. Mahoney, $31.71; G. B. Main, 
$31.70; C. Manning, $11.15; T. Marriott, $30.22; F. Myers, $66.22; G. Melin, $87.22; 
A. Mercer, $92.79 ; H. Monahan, $7.29 ; D. M. Moore, $3 ; F. Moore, $55.71 ; J. Mor- 
ton, $3.86; W. Mosdell, $56.59 ; P. Mullin, $12.21 ; N. Murchison, $15.66; Ed. Murphy, 
$39.62; A. McAskill, $67 . 28 ; J. McConnell, $25.50; John McDonald, $70.72; J. M. 
McDonald, $69.01 ; W. McDonald, $6.64 ; M. D. Mclnnes, $32.17 ; Jas. McKay, $52.28 ; 
A. McKercher, $100.72 ; R. B. McLachlan, $95.37 ; Jas. McLean, $70.29 ; J. A. McLean, 
$39.62; D. M. McLennan, $67.51 ; D. McLeod, $104.79 ; J. C. McLcod, $45.87 ; N. R. 
McLeod, $29.16; G. L. McLaughlin, $14.79; Peter McMillan, $67.94 ; J. J. McNeill, 
$68.77; D. G. McNoun, $91.11 ; 8. McPhee, $32.15; Hy. Noble, $63.02; R. Parsons, 
$22.52 ; C. W. Peck, $3 ; J. Rolls, $85.74 ; John Ross, $35.37 ; J. Russell, $30.22; J. 
N. Smith, $67.94 ; C. S. Solloway, $19.95; J. Sparkes, $15.38; P. J. Stanford, $4 93; 
R. Stevenson, $56.36 ; D Stewart, $101.80; D. Sullivan, $33.65 ; C. Taylor, $46.29; G. 
Thurlbeck, $20.79 ; R. Toop, $37.94 ; G. Tregunna, $99.23 ; G. Waterman, $34.95 ; F. 
Watt, $22.94 ; A. Wey, $30.01 ; E. Whelan, $53.59 ; N. Wilson, $70.74 ; T. Wilson, $4.29 ; 
T. R. Wood, $25.73 ; R. N. Woodruff, $57.65 ; Hy. Wren, $18 



Building and Repairing Sheds on Wharf, Sept. 1898. 

Carpenter, E. Martin, 14"; d. at $4, less $8.35 board 

Carpenters, days at $3.50: I. Churchill H, Jas. Currie 2, J. Gibson 10|, E. Munday 2 T 4 cr, D. 

McLaughlin 6| 

Labourers, days at $2.25 : J. Melanson, 3, less $1.50 board ; G. Melin 11^, less $9.65 board ; 

H. Thomson 6, less $4.50 board 

Labourer, W. Gilbert, 2 T % d. at $2.50 ; chainman, C. L. Leamy, 2 d. at $2.50. . . 

Axemen at $2.25 : C. Hayden 6/^ d., less $4.92 board ; J. Montgomery 7 d., less $6.21 board 



Fraser River Improvements, Aug. -Sept. 1898. 

Timekeeper, Gains L. Peck, 168 d. at $50 a month 

Foremen at $4 : Ewen Martin 19id., Malcolm Martin 23^ d 

Carpenters, days at $4 : Oliver Bigney 19i, Donald Martin llf, C. A. Petrie lh, B. Taylor IS.} 
Carpenters, days at $3.50: David Cross 20i, John Martin 17^, David McLaughlin 20y, W. 

H. McLennan 2§, A. Rosenberg 17^, D. Webber 9^ 

Labourers in Sept. at $2.50 : Walter Gilbert If, Chas. Wheeler If 



Survey of River, Oct. 4, 1898, to Jan. 5, 1899. 

Asst. engineer at $125. W. N. Draper, $298.38 ; chainman, $50, H. C. Clarke, $119.36 

Rodman at $40, C. L. Leamy, $47.74 ; attending gauge at $40, H. A. Yondall, 27 d., $36 . . , 
Boatmen at $40 : H. Hall $50.32, C. McGillivray $95.48, R. Toop $95.48, H. Yondall $55.48 
Cooks at $40 : R. H. Curtis $50.32, H. Hall $45.16 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
20,984 37 



56 93 

290 58 
33!) (57 

525 72 
177 91 



22,375 18 



* 5,423 36 


16,951 82 


48 98 


79 56 


30 25 
11 00 
19 24 



25 80 
171 00 

228 00 

263 91 
7 00 



417 74 
83 74 

296 76 
95 48 


18,730 28 



Q— 190 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Fraser River- -Continued. 
Brought forward 



Sundry Accounts. 

Adams, Geo.: baking powder, 7g doz. at $4.65 ; breakfast bacon, 990£ lbs. at 13c. ; beans, 42 
doz. cans at 85c. ; creamery butter, 1,925 lbs. at 25c. ; cheese, 533^ lbs. at 12ic; catsup, 
11\ doz. at S3 ; fresh eggs, 159 doz. at 25c, 192 at 35c, 15 at 40c, 20 at 45c, 20 at 47^0. ; 
crate eggs, 268 doz. at 20c, 380 at 21c; Hungarian flour, 13i brls. at $6 ; pastry flour, 
11 brls. at $5.75; ham, 1,834£ lbs. at 13c; lard, 545 lbs. at lie.; milk, 26 cases "Owl" 
at $5, 7 not described at $5 ; rolled oats, l,lb'0 lbs. at 3fc; pearline, 24^ doz. at $1.50 ; 
gran, sugar, 3,120 lbs. at5gc; Ceylon tea, 188 lbs. at 23c; green tea, 65 lbs. at 20c; 
tomatoes, 49 doz. cans at $1.25 ; sundry provisions, $901.24 

Anderson & Co.: Man. rope, 3,419 lbs. at 15c; coal, 25 ca?es at $3; rd. iron, 2,000 lbs. at 5c; 
oakum, 550 lbs. at 9c; fuse, 5.000 ft. at fc; det. caps, 17 boxes, $16; dogfish oil, 13 
galls, at 40c, 30 at 42c, 32 at 45c; tallow, 444 lbs. at 6c; 24 Jones shovels, $24 ; baling 
wire, 500 lbs. at 3|c; sq. nuts, 300 lbs. at 6c; spikes, 3 kegs, § x 6-in. galv. at $5.75, 3 
kegs, | x 7-in. wrot. at $5; coal tar, 2 brls. at $7; pitch, 2 brls. at $5.50; 8 peavies, $12.80; 

9 ft. oars, 8 prs. at $1.26; sundry hardware, $450.67 

Benson & Ayling : halibut, 292 lbs?, at 8c; salmon, 105 lbs. at 8c, 40 at 7c; fish, 150 lbs. at 

8c, 50 at 6c ; sundry, $15.71 

Bon Accord Fishery Co.: charter of str. " Telephone," Oct. 1-Nov. 5, 31 d. at $12.50 ; pack- 
ing, $1 ; meals, $1.50. 

B. C. Mills Co.: timber and lumber under 30 ft. Jong, 200,070 ft. B. M. at $10 ; sundry, $483.55 

C. P. Ry.: freight on 30,000 lbs. fence-wire, Detroit to N. Westminster, $264 ; sundry freight, 

$11.30 

Carr & Co.: birch, 204 cords at $1.25 ; eggs, 18 doz. at 30c, 29 at 40c, 27 ai 25c; hardware, 

$5.90 

City Market, vegetables, &c, $148.10 ; Evans and Coleman, ton smith's coal, $16 

Collister, R., inspecting in April, 1S98 : str. "Kildonan " at New Westminster, $15; naphtha- 
launch ' ' Hebe " at Victoria, $10 ... 

Cooper, Jas., No. 6 galv. B. B. telegraph wire, 30,000 lbs. at 2c 

Coulthard, F. J. : 86 x 26 x 6 ft. scow, $600 ; 86 x 24 x 6 ft. scow, $600 

Delta Sawmill Co. : 20 and 26 ft. timber, &c, 78,342 ft. at $8 ; 5 x 8-in. and 8 x 10-in., 

43,912 ft. at $9 ; sundry, $10.80 " 

Dickson, W. H.: meals, 7 at 50c, 284 at 25c; declarations, $2.75 ; sundry, $3.55 

Endersby, Walter, unloading coal-scows, 16 tons at 30c, 120 at 25c 

Ewen & Co. : cord wood, $3 ; tug hire, 13 d. at $35 ; less coal, 5 tons at $4 

Gilley Bros.: smith's coal, 2 tons at $18.50 ; sundry, $13 

Godfrey Hardware Co.: screw-plate, $36.90, 12 dies, $21.60 ; sundry, $13.69 

Grant, G. H. & Co., tableware, $13.35 ; Hargreaves, Geo., painting warehouse, 231 yds. at 7c 

Hotel Colonial, for Saml. Smith : meals, 61 at 50c ; beds, 41 at 5°c 

Kirk, H. T., plumbing, castings, &c, $118.55; Lowry, R. G, board, May 11-June 30, 1898, 

$61.25 . 

McDonald, A.: meals in March, 19 at 25c; repg. and calking, 84 x 24 x 6 ft. scow, $55 .... 

McLean, D., 30 ft. to 60 ft. piles, 7,105 lin. ft. at 5c 

Nelson, A. M. : eggs, 288 doz. at 22c, 72 at 25c; freight, $1.25 

New Vancouver Co., coal : Protection Island washed nut, 75 tons at $2.25 ; nut, 29| tons at 

$2.25 ; Nanaimo, 214 tons at $3.50 

N. W. & B. C. Telephone Co.: connection and bell, $10; phone, Apl.-June, 3 m. at $4; 

sundry tolls, 65c 

New Westminster City, electric-lighting, March-May, 1899 

Nicholles & Renouf : H. P. Co,'s 60 p. c dynamite, 10 cases at $9.50 ; 1,500 ft. fuse, $10.50 

10 boxes caps, $8.50 ; cartage, &c , 50c 

Peck, G. L.: meals, $8.25 ; fares, $1.75 ; express, $3.25 ; sundrv, &c, 70c 

Peck, W., repg. scow, 2\ d. at $4 ; Phillips, J. E., blankets, 4 pr. at $3.50 

Redfern, C. E., tide-gauge clock, $15 ; Reid, John, smith work, $50 .35 



$ cts 
18,730 28 



Reichenbach & Co. ($1,876.73)— 

Beef: 2, 416 5 lbs. at 12ic, 388 at 9c ; hind-quarter, 4,946 lbs. at 10ic ; front-quarter, 
4,621 lbs. at 7|c 

Mutton : 069^ lbs. at 12^c ; hind -quarter, 124 lbs. at 13^c ; front-quarter, 72J lbs. at lie 

Pork, 4,905 lbs. at lie f turkey, 68 lbs. at 14c ; sundry," $4.84 

Smith, Saml. : travel, $4 . 10 ; telephone, 25c 

Str. "Eva" (G. W. Gilley, owner), bill of July 31, 1898, $426.07 (Note: Mr. Gilley, having 

lost his books in the late fire, could not itemize this account. C. N. Macdonald, Acct.). . 
Str. "Fearless" (J. Mayers, master): work, Sept. 6-Jan. 5, Jan. 12-21, Mar. 6-May 24, 190 d. 

at $20 ; meals, 628 at 25c ; freight on coal, Nanaimo to New Westminster, 51 tons at 60c 

Str. " Hattie Young," freight, $10.75 ; Str. " Winetta," carrying mails, &c, $15 

Thompson, S. J. : 2 sets views Fraser River, $12 ; sundry, $i3.05 

Trapp, T. J. & Co. : rope, 262 lbs. at 15c ; spikes, 4 kegs of 6-in. at $6.50, 2 of 7-in. at $6.50 ; 

oct. steel, 256 lbs. at 16c ; oakum, 5 bales at $5, 2 at $5.50 ; pitch, 185 lbs. at 5c ; coal 

oil, 3 cases at $3 . 50 ; case giant powdnr, $10 ; 3 barrows, $9 ; sundry hardware, $139 . 48 . 

Turner, Geo. : travel, $25 . 40 ; postage, $14 ; telephone, 25c 

Vancouver " Province " : charts, 1,000 small $18, 500 large $7 ; ruling, $1 



Carried forward 



2,911 61 



1,400 74 
65 27 

390 00 

2,484 25 

275 50 

284 65 
164 10 

25 00 

600 00 

1,200 00 

1,032 74 

80 80 

34 80 

438 00 

50 00 
72 19 
29 52 

51 00 

179 80 
59 75 

355 25 
82 61 

310 00 

22 65 
11 53 

114 50 
13 95 
24 00 
65 35 



1,214 41 

108 41 

553 91 

4 35 

426 07 

3,987 60 
25 75 

25 05 



334 93 
39 65 

26 00 



38,305 97 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-191 



Fraser River — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Sundry Accounts— Continued. 

14 payments, each under $9 : freight, $27.88 ; provisions, $12.55 ; rep'g clocks, $8 ; elec. sup- 
plies, $6.15 ; 3 pillows, $5.25 ; mattress, $3.50; washing blankets, $3.50 ; 2 barrels, $2.75; 
cartage, $2 . 65 ... 

Attending to Garry Pt. observatory : Wm. McCall, Steveston, 12 m. at $25; butlay, $1.40 

Attending tide-guages — 

Port Haney : John Carr, 13 m. to June 30 at $5 ; repairs, 1 

Sumas : July- Aug., May- June, 4 in. at $15 ; Sept. -April, 8 m. at $10 

Trenholme, A. K., wages in July (details not given in voucher) 

Snagboat " Samson " (detailed under " Dredging, British Columbia ") (Page Q — 221) 



Total, carried to page Q — G. 



Kootenay River : Wing-dams below Fort Steele, Dec. -April. 

Foremen at $4.50 : Alex. McTavish, Dec. -Mar., 74 7 d. ; Archie McLeod, April, 14 d 

Timekeeper, Gains L. Peck, Jan. 14- April 30, at $80 am 

Cook, A. Gammage, Dec. 17-April 21, at $55 am 

Man and team at $6 : E. Dilse, 72 3 d. ; J. Langley, 831 d. . 

Labourers, days at $2 . 50 : L. A. Branchaud 52, Walter Davidson 86i, Duncan Dewar 77, 
Robt. Dewar 434, John Glen 71 \, A. Hawkins 2 3, B. W. Huckell 784, Wm. Kydd 70±, 
Alex. Muir 16 9, John McKechnie 16 1, Frank Sheriff 28 7, W. H. Sheriff, 691: 

C. P. Ry. : freight on wire, $13.60 ; fare to Kootenay, Jan. 1897, $24.50 

Carlin & Durick : 13 picks $15.45, 18 pick-handles $7.20, 12 axes $13.20, 26 axe-handles $8.95, 
6 crowbars $12, 14 shovels $16.30, 3 pea vies $7.50, 2 c. c. saws $9, No. 9 stove $18.50, 2 
tents $35, 80 lbs. rope $16, pr. rubber boots $7, smith work $34, hardware $47.63, lumber 



$10.63 



Dawson, Wm., 10-in. piles, 11 to 32-ft. long : 3,635 1. ft. at 3c 

Peck, G. L., timekeeper : postage $2, telegrams $5.46, travel $35.45. 



Total, carried to page Q— 6. 



Nanaimo Harbour. 

Dredge " Mudlark," detailed with " Dredging, British Columbia " (Page Q— 221) 

Engineers' pay-list,-May 5-17, 1899 : asst.-engr., W. N. Draper, 15 d., $60.48 ; boatmen at $2 

H. Gunn 9 d., C. L. Leamy 9 d., G. L. Peck 8 d. ; tide-guage, H. Leamy 9 d . , 

Draper, W. N. , outlay for survey party 

Hotel Wilson, board of W. N. Draper and men 47| d. in all at $2 . . . 

Str. "Joan," fares, &c. : from Vancouver, May 5, $12.50; to Vancouver, May 15, $10 

Thomas Clock Co., San Francisco : clock, Nov. 1898 

Trenholme, A. K., 15 d. in Aug. 1898 at $60 a m 



Total, carried to page Q — 6. 



Skeena River: Removing Snags, April 13- June 30, 1899. 

Foreman, Edward Matheson : services, 68 d. at $5 ; travel &c. $3.20 

Labourers, days at $2.50 : Wm. Baldwin 52, Robert Corner 59, Wm. Davis 45, Neil Macdonald 
65, Hugh McLennan 20, W. L. Williams 52. (Note : $132.80 of this amount was held 
for board, and paid direct to Edward Matheson) 

Balmoral Canning Co. : use of jackscrews $1, tallow 75c 

Cunningham, R. & Son : rough spruce, 862 ft. at $10 ; sundry $8.21 

Dickson, W. H. : fares 60c, freight and drayage 60c 

Evans, Coleman & Evans : freight $4 . 05, wharfage 35c 

Str. "Fraser " : towing snag-scow, April 23 d., May 27 d., June 26 d., at $16, $1,216 ; July 

' ' --*'• 1-6 1899, returning from Skeena River, 6 d. at $16 

Str. ' ' Willapa, " freight on powder and fuse 

Trapp, T. J. <fe Co. : double 3-in. sheave-block $25, 100 lbs. white lead $7.50, sundry $19.15. . 



Total, carried to page Q— 6. 



AVilliams Head, R.C. : Quarantine. 

Repg. wharf, putting in pipe, &c. for fire protection, May 17- June 30, 1899— 

Conductor of work, John MacMiUan, 43f d. at $5 

Carpenters, days at $3 : Arthur Dakers, 41£ ; John Ford, 43£ ; Wm. Hall, 42£ ; John 

McDonald, 42^... 

Labourers, days at $2.50 : Geo. Murton, 19 ; Hugh McLeod, 23f ; Hy. Schaub, 43 ; John 
Scott, 19 ; Geo. Trenchard, 364 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
,305 97 



72 23 
301 40 

66 00 

140 00 

38 70 

1,031 59 

39,955 89 



399 15 
312 25 
230 11 
932 40 



1,530 25 
38 10 



258 36 

109 05 

42 91 

3,852 58 



9,620 06 

130 48 

5 05 

95 50 

22 50 

7 00 

29 00 



9,909 59 



343 20 



732 50 

1 75 

16 83 

1 20 

4 40 

1,312 00 

4 80 

51 65 



2,468 33 



218 75 
507 75 
353 11 



1,079 61 



Q-192 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Williams Head, B.C. : Quarantine — Concluded. 

Brought forward 



Repg. wharf, putting in pipe, &c, for fire protection — Con. 

Cook, Lung Jun, May 17- June 30 at 25 a m 

Work not described, 5 men, 8f d. in all at $3 

Carpenters, June 1-30, 1899, constructing shed on wharf for str. "Earl," days at $3: John 

Belanger, lOi ; Alex. Bruce, 6£ ; Rd. Douglas, 91 ; John McKay, 16i ; A. Parberry, 5A ; 

Win. Walker, 16£ 



Less, held for board and paid direct to John MacMillan. 



MacMillan. John, board of workmen as above 

Work on road: June 15-30, 1899, days at $2: Chas. Ball, 11; Alf. Kidman, 13; A. E. 

Wilson, 14 i 

Work on filter and filter house, Dec. Jan.: carpenter, J. McDonald, 9 d. at $2.50, 32 at $3. . 

Carpenter, W. P. Cormack, 2 d. in Jan., 3 d. in June at $2.50. . . 

Labourer, G. W. Trenchard, 6 d. in July, 4 d. in Oct. at $2 

Anderson & Co., 75 lbs. chain at 4c; Gilley Bros., freight, &c, $8.25 

Jardine, John, painting shed, 2 coats 

Keller, J. W.: 4-in. drain pipe, 530 ft. at 14|c; 4-in. gully traps, 6 at .$3; sundry, $10.50... 

Meston, John, clips and bolts for water pipes 

McQuade, P. & Son, 1,140 lbs. 14-oz yellow metal at 20c 

Nicholles & Renouf ($1,363.17)- 

Black pipe, 2-in. : 898^ ft. at 16ic ; 3,112 at 15c 

Goose necks, 2-in. with water keys and stop and waste cocks, 18. . , 

Linen hose, 2-in. with 18 nozzles, coupled complete, 900 ft 

Wrot. iron spikes, g x 8-in., 750 at 5c. ; 20 dy. nails, 4 kegs at $3.30 

Water keys, 1-in., 18 at $1 ; 6 ship augers and cranks, $23.75 , 

Rope, 308 lbs. at 10c. ; G chopping axes, 



$ cts. 
1,079 61 



37 50 
26 25 



192 75 



Steel rope, 1-in,, 193 lbs. at 15c; wire rope, f-in., 48 lbs. at 17^c 



Boat hooks, 6 at $1 .75 ; sundry hardware, $244.06 

Reid, John, smith work, $20 ; Roy", J. R., travel in June, $25.35. . . . . • 

Sheret, Andrew, bill of Feb. : altering and renewing pipes and fitting new mains on wharf 

2-in. black pipe, 806 ft. at 20c; 9 valves, $44; sundry material, $26.60; men, 164 hours 

at 



50c 



Sheret, Andrew, bill of June : connecting and fitting in fire hydrants, &c. : materials, $82.07 ; 

men, 3l6r\ hours at 50c 

Taylor Mill Co. : rough lumber, 21,764 ft. at $7.50 ; 75 ft. piles, 15 at $7.50 ; shingles, 15 M. 

at $1.75; ship-lap., 2,600 ft. at $9.50 ; sawdust, 268 sacks at 8c; sundry lumber, $116.76 
Ward, Robt. & Co.: yellow metal, 3,483 lbs. at \5\c; piles, 570ft. at 8c; comp. nails, 224 lbs 

at 18c ; freight, $5 . 75 ; cartage, 25c 

Worsfold, C. C, trip to Victoria, May 5-10, 1899 



Total, carried to page Q — 6 



Harbours and Rivers : British Columbia Generally. 



Bourne, H. A., typewriting copies of reports, 60 fol. 

C. P. R. Co., telegrams : New Westminster, July-Apl., $160.60 ; Vancouver, $3.98 

Cormack, Wm., mooring scows, $7.50 ; Dom. Express Co., charges, $68.45 

Dunn & Co., tags, &c, $2.10 ; Erskine, Wall & Co., provisions, $11.70 

Fales, W. E. : map rack, $8 ; sundry, $6 

Gilley Bros., cartage, $5. 50 ; Gore, W. S., blue print, $1 

Goodyear Rubber Co.: 32 x 80 in. bed, $18 ; pr. sporting boots, $7 ; rubber bath-tub, $6.50 ; 

sundry, $13.25 , 

Hibben & Co. : 20 charts, $26 ; sundry, $5.80 

Kirkpatrick, Thos., Alberni, care of plant, 12 m. to Oct. 1, 1898 

Latremouille, J. H., Kamloops, removing snags, &c, from North Thompson river 

Miller, D. H., driving, $42.50 ; Macdonald, C. N., outlay, $3.95 

Nicholas & Renouf : set aluminum camp kettles, $8 ; hardware, $13 .75 

Norris, F., 2 dunnage bags, $8 25 ; Padden, W. L., salvage on scow, $15 

Roy, Jos. R., resident engineer, New Westminster — 

" Travelling expenses, July 3-Oct. 28, 1898 .-•••. • •. 

Purchase of provisions for str. "Princess," re inspection of Fraser River and Boundary 
Bay fishing grounds by Lord Herschel and party .... 

Advances of 1898-9, not accounted for by Oct. 19, 1899 

Spencer, D., rug, $8.50 ; Str. "Princess Louise," freight, $2.50 

Str. " Willie," pulling out snags from channel of Somas River, Dec, 1898 . 

Thompson, S. J., photos, &c, $33.63 ; Weule, Ls., charts, &c, $14.25 

Thomson Stationery Co. : 29 rubber stamps, $12.75; instruments, $12.50; 3 rolls 42-in. blue 

print, $7.50; sundry, $14.30 



Carried forward. 



1,336 11 


266 41 


1,069 70 


266 41 


76 00 


118 50 


12 50 


20 00 


11 25 


30 00 


105 35 


23 00 


228 00 


615 01 


168 00 


156 00 


50 70 


41 75 


39 80 


37 35 


254 56 


45 35 


313 80 


240 32 


464 90 


631 78. 


20 20 


5,040 23 



6 00 

164 58 

75 95 

13 80 

14 00 
6 50 

44 75 
31 80 
12 00 
50 00 

46 45 
21 75 
23 25 

365 55 

57 50 

1,800 00 

11 00 

• 15 00 

47 88 

47 05 
2,854 81 



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Harbours and Rivers : British Columbia Generally — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Tisdale, C. E.: No. 38 S. & W. revolver, $17.50 ; sundry, $2 

Vancouver " Province " : mounting 23 maps, $8 ; ruling, $1 

Vulcan Iron Works : making 2 copper floats, $36 ; repg. stand, $2.50 

Wilson, W. & J., holdall, $6 ; Worsfold, C. C, travel, $27 

Winnipeg Rubber Co.: 32 x 8u in. air bed, $25 ; pillow, $3 : No. 9 waders, $10 ; bellows, 75c 
Stationery Office, Ottawa, $509.02 ; Queen's Printer's account, $7.50 



Total, carried to page Q — 6. 



Engineers, A. < ., British Columbia. 

Resident engineer, Jos. R. Roy, New Westminster — 

Services, July 1, 1898 to May 31, 1899, 11 m. at $200 

Arrears, to increase pay from $2,400 to $2,500, from July 1 

Services, June 1-30, 1899 at $2,500 

Accountant, C. N. Macdonald, 12 m. to June 30 at $150 

Draughtsman, &c, C. C. Worsfold, 12 m. to June 30 at $100 

Draughtsman. Alfred D. Hardy, Oct. 24-Dec. 12, 1898 

Draughtsman, Albert J. Hill, at $125 a month : July-Sept. 11, Oct. 14-Nov. 14, Dec. 6-Jan.31, 

Clerk, D. C. Tuck, 12 m. to June 30 at $60 

Messenger, H. A. Yondall, July-Oct. 17 at $20 a month 

Messenger, Clayton Bourne, at $20 : Oct, 18-June 30, $169.03 ; overpaid in Oct. $2.53 



Charged to the following votes : 

Chief Engineer's Staff • (Page Q— 230) $5,500 00 

Fraser River (Page Q— 188) 705 36 

Public Works Agency, British Columbia (Page Q— 255) 962 58 



$ cts. 



19 50 
9 00 
38 50 
33 00 
38 75 
516 52 



Stikine Biver : Improvements, &c. 

Snagboat " Samson " : pay-list, July 1 to Oct. 20, 1899 ($3,076.44)— 

Captain, Peter Wilson, July 1-Oct. 31, 4 m. at $125 

Engineer, T. H. Hatherly, 3|| m. at $110 ; fireman, Jesse Church, 3*5 m. at $70 

Mate, Nils Larsen, 3M m. at $80 ; cook, Wo Hem, 3^ m. at $50 

Boatman, H. Garner, July, $77.50 ; blacksmith, Jos. Keefe, 3§£ m. at $60 

Deckhands : H. Garner, Aug. -Oct. 20, 81 d. at $2.50 ; Emil Johnson, 3f? m. at $60 

Deckhands, July-Oct. 20 at $50 : Emil Christiansen, T. A. Hughes, P. Powers, Murdoch 

Young, each $182.26 

Removing snags, &c, July-Oct., 1898 ($2,983.25)- 

Foreman, Chas. Lemoine, 118 d. at $5 ; dynamiter, Capt. Jas. Jarmin, 118 d. at $5 

Boatman, Alex. Fraser, 104 d. at $3 ; Capt. of canoe, Capt. Joe, 80 d. at $3 

Canoemen, days at $3 : Sam. Cromarty 114f, Aug. Gurmin 81, R. A. Hume 104, Martin 
Kusha 104 

Canoeman, Peter Simpson, 16 d. in Aug. at $2.50 

Alaska Hardware Co., rope, 140 lbs. at 15c; Church, Jesse, fare to Robson, $23.80 

C. P. R. Co., freight from Wrangel : on coal, 10 ton at $10 ; sundry, $9 . . , 

Corbet, R. A., Wrangel, services as forwarding agent in July, 1898 

Cromarty, Sam., guide to Mr. Coste, May, 1898, 31 days at $2.50 . 

Domn. Express Co. charges, $2 ; Dunn & Co., case crystalized eggs, $57.50 ... . 

Dunsmuir, R. & Sons, best coal, 26 tons at $8.50 

Fraser, Alex.: bal. of June wages, 4 d. at $3 ; travel to New Westm., $19.75 ; 7 days' allow- 
ance, $21 

Guichon Hotel, board, $4 ; Kirk, H. T., dish and box, $7.60 

Hudson's Bay Co. : freight on coal, 10 tons at $15 ; sundry, $44.50 . . 

Hume, R. A.: bal. of June wages, 5g d. at $3; travel to New Westm., $19.75; 7 days 

allowance, $21 

Jarmin, J., travel, Vancouver to Amherstburg : fares and berth, $74 ; expenses, $15 

Lemoine, Chs. : sundry travelling expenses, &c, $120.10; to Ottawa, fare and berth $74. 

expenses $14 

Loftus, P., and Jas. St. Pierre, carrying dynamite, 114 days 

Miller, J., wood, 4 cords at $4 ; Str. " Monte Cristo," freight, &c, $80 

Reid & Sylvester : giant powder, 1,000 lbs. at 26c; freight and meals on Str. "Mono "up 

Stikine River, $164 ; provisions and hardware, $188.70 

Thompson, S. J., photo supplies, &c, $31.82 ; Troy Laundry, washing, $11.18 

Union Colliery Co.: tug "Czar," towing "Samson" from Wrangel to New Westm., Oct., 

1898 

West Bros.: beef, 1,390 lbs. at 12k;. ; spuds, 1,365 lbs. at 3c; sundry, $33.01 

Willson & Sylvester, lumber, 868 ft. at $15 

Wilson, Peter S. : travel, New Westm. to Robson, Oct., 1898, $20 ; sundry, $5 

Detailed in 1897-8 (page Q— 202) : $4,923.38 less $2,242.55 

Unexplained, Oct. 19, 1899 



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3,510 08 



2,200 00 

91 67 

208 33 

1,800 00 

1,200 00 

121 50 

583 86 

720 00 

70 97 

171 61 



7,167 94 



7,167 94 



500 00 
656 13 
473 87 
296 20 
421 20 

729 04 

1,180 00 
552 00 

1,211 25 
40 00 
44 80 

109 00 
20 00 
77 50 
59 50 

221 00 

52 75 

11 60 

194 50 

56 75 

89 00 

208 10 

115 00 

96 00 

612 70 
43 00 

1,500 00 

247 71 

13 02 

25 00 

2,680 83 
93 04 



12,630 49 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1S98-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Stikine River: Improvements, &c — Continued. 



Brought forward , 



Expenditure from Ottaiva. 

Coste, Louis, chief engineer (See Q— 249 of 1897-8) : charged to 1898-9, $375.25 ; less $276.90 
(part of $576.90 refund), and less $31, there shown as due by Jos. Gobeil, now refunded. 

Lafontaine, Emery, assistant engineer : item shown at Q— 246 of 1897-8 as charged in 1898-9, 
$560 ; less $300 (balance of $576.90, refund mentioned above) 

Jarmin, Jas., foreman on Stikine River, March 14-Apl. 30, 1898, 47 days at $5 

McDougal, John, Ottawa, services on Yukon expedition, 1898 : March 24-31, 8 d. at $4 ; 
Apl.-Aug., 5 m. at $125 ; Sept. 1-17, 17 d. at $4 

Anderson, R. F. & Co.: 60 pc. dynamite, 10 cases at $11.50 ; sundry hardware, $230.50. .... 

C.P.R., freight, $31.36 ; Collister & Co., towels, &c, $6.77 

Dunn, Thos. & Co.: case crystallized eggs, $57.50; steel tapes, 4 at $3.25, 2 at $4.25 ; shot 
gun, $33 ; gun-case, $8.50 ; gum boots, 4 prs. at $6 ; sundry, $89.60 

G. N. W. Co., telegrams, 59c. ; Hudson's Bay Co., provisions, $147.90 

Hamilton Powder Co.: electric battery $30 ; wire 1000 ft. at la, 2 lbs. at 75c 

Templeman, Wm., 10 tins butter, lOOlbs. at 28c 

Topley, W. J., 5x7 premo, special 

Webster Bros., Vancouver, April 1898 : L. C. Canadian bacon, 2032 lbs. at lO^c; E. C. bkfst. 
bacon, 497 lbs. at 12^c.; ham, 558 lbs. at 12hc; Hung, flour, 2500 lbs. at $3 ; sundry pro- 
visions $532.18 ; 187 sacks at 15c.; 55 packages at 10c.; freight $12 



Less — Salary of Chief Engineer Coste, Mar. 1 to Apl. 18, 1899 (date of his resignation) with- 
held from Mr. Coste, and applied as a refund on account of living-allowances of $10 a day 
^JMcharged by him without due authority (see Report of 1897-8, Page Q— 246) 



Total carried to Page Q — 6 



Yukon and Lewis Rivers. 



Depot Hotel, New Westminster : board of Edson G. Smith 

Dominion Express Co., Ottawa, charges on 3 boxes , 

Draper, W. N. : wages, Apl 18-28, May 4, 11 d. at $3 ; travel, $8 

Fuller, T. W., architect for Yukon District, June 10-30 1899 at $2,000, $116.66 ; one-half 
charged to 1898-9 

Munn, H. A., Bennett, on account of contract for freighting on Lake Bennett to White Horse 
Rapids, June 1899 

Parsons Produce Co., Bennett: oatmeal, 200 lbs. at 8^c., 500 at lie.; gran, sugar, 400 lbs. at 
13c.; raisins, 150 lbs. at 17c.; evap. apples, 175 lbs. at 18c.; dried apples, 150 lbs. at 12ic. 

Peck, G. L.: wages, May 5, $3 ; travel, $1.65 

Racine, C, Caribou Crossing: lumber, 8,798 ft. B.M. at $100; |-in. lumber, 1,092 ft. surf 
meas. at $70 ; 30 x 10 ft. scow, $275 

Roger, W. H., Ottawa: 3 necessaries, $15.30, $12.95, $15; plasters, 36 boxes at 40c.; hypo 
dermic syringe $10 ; items under $10, $186.27 

Stinson, Chas., first-class fare, Vancouver to Skagway, April 1899 

Topley, W. J.: 11 x 14 bromides, 102 unmounted at $1.25, 51 mounted at $1.50; album, 
mounted, $17.25 ; 5 x 7 photos, 112 mounted at 15c, 82 unmounted at 12c.; 4x5 photos, 
166 mounted at 10c., 58 unmounted at 8c. ; sundry, $3.52 

Upper Yukon Co.: stern-wheel steamer "Alameda," built in 1898, runs 10 miles an hour. . 

White Pass and Yukon Ry. Co. : freight, 46948 lbs. at 2c. ; packers, 46948 lbs. at lc. ; back 
charges $27 ; overpaid $2.96 ; total $1438.40 ; exchange on draft $14.38 

Woods, Jas. W., Ottawa, supplies for T. W. Fuller: Yukon waterproof tarred suits, 2 at 
$29.50; 2 Yukon overcoats, $46.50 $36.50 ; eider-down sleeping bags, 2 at $25; eider- 
down quilt, $11.25 ; underwear, 16 winter at $1.54^, 8 summer at $1.50 ; gnu mocassins, 
12 pr. at $1.50; Yukonite boots, 2 prs. at $9 ; kit-bags, 3 at $5 ; items under $10, $83.74 

Vouchers not received by Audit Office, Nov. 9 1899 — 

Depot Hotel, New Westminster, voucher 47661 

Racine, C. , Caribou Crossing, voucher 47664 

St. Laurent, J. B. , Ottawa, voucher 44172 , 

Victoria- Yukon Trading Co., voucher 47306 

White Pass and Yukon Ry. Co., voucher 47662 

Payments on account of employees' salaries, &c.: E. J. Blain de St. Aubin $190, J. A. Bray 
' $175, J. P. Champagne $100, Edmond Charette $25, Chs. Couture $40, Jos. Doray $70, 
H. Gilchen $100, Jos. Gobeil $231, M. R. Grimes $125, Felix Hudon $175. Alcide Lafor- 
tune $100, Adolphe Larose $87.50, Evariste Lavigne $65, Frs. Moran $125, C. E. Mc- 
Dougal $50, J. F. Richardson $400 

Charleson, J. B., advances for which accounts were received at Audit Office, Oct. 25 1899 ; see 
statement of Mr. Charleson's expenditure at end of Public Works details (page Q— 263). 



$ cts. 
12,630 49 

67 35 



260 00 
235 00 


725 00 

345 50 

38 13 


234 10 

148 49 

41 50 

28 00 

125 00 


997 95 


15,876 51 


430 66 


15,445 85 



4 50 

8 45 

41 00 


58 33 


500 00 


199 75 
4 65 


1,231 24 


253 92 
25 00 


272 65 
1,800 00 



Total carried to page Q— 6. 



1,452 78 



374 66 

70 00 
900 00 

60 00 

3,987 68 

233 46 



2,058 50 
11,300 00 



24,836 57 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-195 



Harbours and Rivers Generally. 

Ballard Machine Co., Toronto : packing and shipping Denison hydrograph to Kingston. . . . 
Hicks, 0. L., Toronto : travel to Kingston to place hydrograph $19.05 ; services, 7 d. at $3. . 

Jarmine, Jas., Amherstburg : travel to Ottawa and return, Mar. 6-9 1899 

Lacourse, Ferd., Ottawa : work of 4 men, night of April 7, cutting ice, and rescuing pile- 
driver from ice-shove 

Matheson, R., Ottawa, pumping-out and repg. scow, Aprl 24-May 8, 12 d. at $1.50 

Detailed with " trip of Minister and Chief Engineer to Maritime Provinces " (page Q — 145). . 

Department at Ottawa ($4,830.23). 

Salaries in Dept. at Ottawa (Page Q — 12) 

Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q— 262) 

Cab-hire, E. D. Lafleur 

Freight and express : Can. Exp. $46.95, C. P. R. $8.08, Doiri. Exp. $78.10 

Departmental telegrams, Chief Engineer's Branch : G. N. W. Co. $470.46, C. P. R. $255.94. . 

Baudry & Co.," Paris, subscription to " Annales de la Construction " for 1899. .... 

Belanger & Co.: 1 oz. platinum chloride, $8.50 ; 15 lbs. hard parafine $6 ; sundry $7.90 

Dunod, Veuve Ch., Paris : subscription to " Annales des Pouts " for 1899 

Gurley, W. & L. E. : No. 3276 passometers, 2 at $8 ; tally-register $2 

Hearn & Harrison, 4 circular bubbles 

Smith, F. E. : patent drawing table $45 ; roller-stool $5 

Topley Studio : 8 x 10 premo, $159.30 ; supplies for same, $81.42 ; developing photos, $55.25 ; 

lib. silver, $9.50 

Victoria Foundry : 1 cement tester, 1 pail, 2 blocks, 2 brackets. 

Woods, Jas. W., cotton : 34^ yds. of 4-ft. at Ego., 36^ yds. of 6-ft. at 1% 

Stationery Office, Ottawa 

Queen's Printer's account 



Total carried to page Q— 6 . 



New Dredging Plant. 

Dredge " Canada " ($393.66). 

Burrell-Johnson Iron Co., Yarmouth : taking off old tiller, making new quadrant for steering 
gear, contract $90; sundry repairs, boiler makers, machinists, &c, 555f h. at 30c, 69 at 
40c. ; blacksmith, 14£ h. at 50c. ; materials, $47.23 

Gridley, H. A., Yarmouth : taking down bridge and rebuilding, 63 h. at 40c; sundry repairs, 
61 h. at 40c ; materials, $5.38 

Winches for Scoivs for Dredge " Cape Breton " ($200). 

Allan, Walter H., St. John : making patterns of Gipsy winch, $25 ; Gipsy winch for scow, 
contract, $175 



New Clam Shell Dredge for St. John River ($8,860.60). 



Allan, Walter A., St. John, foundry work 

Beatty, M., & Sons, contract complete for new clam shell dredge , 

Evans, Geo. H., St. John, 1 No. 24 hoisting engine complete 

Lantalum, James V., St. John, 1 second hand steam steering gear 

McFadyen, Fred.: engineer with machinery new dredge, Aug. 8-Oct. 31, 82 d. at $1.50 
board, $36.55 ; sundry outlay, $5.10 ; overpaid, $1.50 

Pile Driver ($210.65). 



Allan, Walter H., St. John, 1 pile driver hammer casting, 1,890 lbs. at 2c 

Haley Bros. & Co., St. John : pine sheathing, 700 ft. at 3c; cartage, 60c 

Perkins & Belyea, St. John, fitting up pile driver, Apl. 5-May 10, 4 men, 43| d. at $2.50. 

Stephenson. James, & Son : spars, 3 at $12 ; 2 sticks, $2.24 ; cartage, 75c 

Wilson, James, 1 piece birch plank, 117 ft. at 3c , 



Three Scows for Nciv Clam Dredge ($1,350). 

Currier, James, contract complete for 3 scows built at Upper Gagetown 

Clam Shell Dredge at Grandes Piles ($7,517.85). 

Beatty, M., & Sons : contract complete for construction of clam dredge to make 12 ft. water, 
$7,500; less paid by Department to complete dredge, as detailed below ; pay-list $17 
Geo. Marchand, $191.70 ; Cavanagh Co., $36.70 

Labourers, 17 days at $1 

Cavanagh, Edward, Co.: 1 marine safety valve, $36 ; freight, 70c ... 

Marchand, Geo., work performed on boiler of clam shell dredge 

Samson, Joseph, Steamboat Inspector, Quebec, travel and outlay testing boilers, &c 



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$ cts. 

2 75 
40 05 
51 30 

10 00 
18 00 
51 50 



839 94 

149 61 

4 25 

133 13 

726 40 

4 02 

22 40 

6 57 

18 00 

8 00 

50 00 

305 47 

64 00 

10 21 

1,630 32 

857 91 



5,003 83 



338 68 
54 98 

200 00 



9 45 

7,800 00 

685 00 

200 00 

166 15 



37 80 
21 60 

108 75 

38 99 
3 51 



1,350 00 



7,254 60 


17 00 


36 70 


191 70 


17 85 


18,532 76 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-90. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



New Dredging Plant — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Clam Shell Dredge "P. V. Savard " at Boberval, Lake St. John (-$7,639.50). 

Beatty, M., & Sons : contract for construction of clam dredge to make 12ft. of water, $7,600 ; 
less paid by Department as below: Cavanagh Co., $36.70 ; Geo. Marchand, $217.26,.. 

Cavanagh, The Edward, Co.: 1 marine safety valve, $36 ; freight, 70c 

Marchand, Geo., work performed on boiler of clam shell dredge 

Samson, Joseph, Steamboat Inspector, Quebec, travel and outlay testing dredge boilers, &c. . 
Steamer " Arthur," moving dredge "P. V. Savard " 

Two New Scows at Boberval ($2,694.97). 

Pay-lists, Apl. 11-June 29, 1899 ($1,305.79)— 

Clerk of Works, Louis Beaulac, 56 days at $2.50 

Time-keeper, Arthur Gobeil, 56 days at $1.50 

Borers : Alfred Tremblay, 37 d. at $1.40 ; J. Donohoe, 35^ d. at $1.25 

Carpenters, days at $1.75: Ls. Beaulac fils 56, J. B. Bouchard 34J, Alfred Lavoie 19i, 
W. Leveille 37|, E. Michaud 35i, John Poitras 5| 

Carpenters, days at $1.50: David Harve 33£, Ph. Mercier 12i, Henry Savard 34f, Thos. 
Simard 20^ 

Carpenters ; A. Bertrand, 32| d. at $1.40 ; T. Bouchard, 37 d. at $1.25 

Caulkers, days at $2.50: Frs. Barrette 37£, Pr. Barrette 20|, P. Bernier 25^, Chas. 
Juneau 7, H. Savard 23| 

Carters, days at $1.50: A. Dufour 2, Jos. Guay 1\, Hector Harve 2\, Alfred Lalancette 
10, David Neron 10 

Labourers, days at $1 : Oscar Cote 32, Ferdinard Harve 55| 

Bilodeau, L. P. , hardware, &c 

Donohue, W. T. A. ($1,027.45)— 

Tamarack and white pine timber, delivered under contract, 46,003 ft. at $20 

Tamarack timber, 1,404 ft. at $30 ; 9x9 tamarack, 350 ft. at 10c. ; sawing, $5.50 

Freight, $19.77 : cartage, $5 

Lalancette, Alfred : moving timber, chains, clams, &c, 6 d. at $1.50 ; tallow, 75 lbs. at lOic. 

Laroche, Roger, paymaster, Lac St. Jean, 3| per cent commission 

Patry, J. H., Quebec : spikes, 8 kegs of 6-in., 12 of 7-in., at $4 ; 16 bales of oakum, 800 lbs. 

at 7^c; raw linseed oil, 15 galls, at 60c; red lead, 200 lbs. at 6c; green pitch, 2 brls. at 

$3.25 ; sundries, $3.81 ; freight, $11.93 

Poitras, Johnny, boarding 3 men, 85 days, at $3 a week 

Rinfret, J. P., smithwork, $12.12 ; Tremblay Hotel, boarding Ls. Beaulac 2 d., $2 

Scott, B. A.: 80 pes. of No. 2 ties, $8 ; sundry lumber, $15.02 

Tun for Dredge "P. V. Savard" {$1,000). 

Beauchemin, A. E., on account of work done on tug for "P. V. Savard " 

New Coal Scow " Ontario " {$56.65). 

Power, W. : caulkers, 21 d. at $2 ; oakum, 150 lbs. at 7c ; sundry, $4 . 15 



Tug "Sir John 



1,170.88). 



Beauchemin & Cie., Sorel, 1 cylinder, 1,730 lbs. at 7|c , 

Beauchemin, A. E. & Co., Sorel, castings, 2,856 lbs. at 2^c 

Bertram Engine Works Co., Toronto, sundry repairs : 40^ h. at 75c, 39£ at. 50c, 48^ at 40c 
16^ at 35c, 31 at 20c; materials, $40.28 

Bertrand, Joseph, Valleyfield, nightwatchman, Dec, 1898, 13 nights at $1 ... 

Gavin, R., Ottawa: services in Dec, 1898, 16| d. at $80 a m., $42.58; fare from Ottawa 
to Valleyfield and return, $5 ; board, 14^ d. at $1, 2 meals 75c ; sundry outlay, $5 11 . . 

Lalonde, Isai'e, Valleyfield : removing boiler and machinery from tug and loading on cars, 
contract, $100; 2 men loosening machinery and helping engineer, 10 d. at $1.25, $25 

McCrudden, R., Belleville: engineer, Nov. 15-Dec 7, at $50 a m., $36.66; 2nd-class fare, 
Valleyfield to Belleville, $4.95 

Patenaude, N. F., Sorel : castings, 1,763 lbs. at 2|c; 1 brass bearing, 38 lbs. at 20c 

Weir, J. & R., Montreal : marine boiler, contract, $2,500 ; 1 4-in. marine stop valve, $20.50. 

Repairing closet, $5.40; 7 tamarack knees, $4; gal v. pump, $3.50; hardware, $4.51; lum- 
ber, $8.12 ; cartage, $2.90 



Tug "Trudeau" ($3,320.63). 

Beauchemin, A. E. & Cie., Sorel : 2 sets New England roller grates, 66 x 30, 27h sq. ft. at $5 ; 

castings, 955 lbs. at 2£c 

Carrier, Lame & Co., 1 marine boiler, contract $2,995 ; less $137.50 paid A. E. Beauchemin 

& Cie for 2 sets roller grates 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
18,532 76 



7,346 04 

36 70 

217 26 

36 50 

3 00 



140 00 
84 00 
96 18 


329 86 


151 12 
92 11 


285 01 


39 76 

87 75 

7 78 


920 06 

82 62 

24 77 

16 88 

7 43 


183 24 

109 26 

14 12 

23 02 



1,000 00 



56 65 



129 75 
71 40 

121 57 
13 00 

67 94 

125 00 

41 61 

51 68 

2,520 50 

28 43 



161 38 
2,857 50 
$6,113 64 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-197 



New Dredging Plant— Continued. 



Brought forward 

Tut/ " Trudcau " — Concluded. 

Cavanagh, The Edward Co., Montreal: 1 No. 6 "Genuine Korting Injector," $55; No. 8 

cook stove, $10 

Courschesne, George : tinsmith, 8 d. at $2.50 ; kitchen utensils, $4.90 

Finley, D. & Son, Sorel : blankets, 7 prs. at $3.25 ; coloured quilts, 6 at 75c; sheets, 12 at 

60c; sundries, $4.37 

Hearn & Harrison, Montreal, 1 only No, 2731 aneroid barometer 

Lannan, Thos., Port Colborne. Reynoldsville coal, 8 '45 tons at $3 15 

Leduc, Francis, piloting tug " Trudeau" from Valleyfield to Kingston, Aug., 1898 

McAvity, T. & -Son, St. John, 1 extra heavy water gauge column 

Paradis, C. O., Sorel : ticking, 52 yds. at 15c, 9^ at 25c ; carpet, 6 yds. at 75c; oilcloth, 7 

yds. at $1 

Trenipe, A. C, Sorel, kitchen utensils, &c 

Clock, $1 ; foundry work, $7.50 ; steel blocks, 2 single and 2 double, $5.50 ; tableware, $6.27 ; 

beef, 45 lbs. at 9c ; ice, $1 ; hardware, &c , $14 . 37 ; provisions, $17 . 75 ; labour. $9 . . . 



Sundry '$34,157.95). 

Brouard, T. & D. , Quebec, knees, 30 at $1 . 50, 7 at $1 . 25, 12 at 80c 

Canada Switch and Spring Co., Montreal, 2 cast steel sheaves, 531 lbs. at 4^c .... 

Carrier, Laine & Co. , Levis, 1 safety valve 

Cavanagh, Ed., Co., Montreal : best refined iron, 46,080 lbs. of f to If at $1.85, 8,240 of § at 
si. 90, 1,700 of \ at $2, 500 of % at at $2.20, 250 of \ at $2.45, 9,875 of If to 3 at $3.75 ; 
pressed spikes, 10 kegs of 5-in. at $2.99|, 10 at $2.67f, 60 of 6-in. at $2.67|, 35 of 7-in., 35 
of 8-in., 40 of 9-in. at S2.45& ; ingots block tin, 314 lbs. at 25^e ; pigs lead, 2,010 lbs. at 
4£c. ; galv. sheet tin, 943 lbs. at 4^ ; bladder putty. 370 lbs. at 2fc ; oakum, 500 lbs. of 
best English at 73c, 500 of American at 7c ; pine pitch, 5 brls. at $2.85 ; 1 ton Weston's 
pulley blocks, 4 at $13 ; No. 8 " Alice "cook stoves, 2 at $10 

Cooper, James, Montreal : 1 No. 3 Wells Light, complete $90 ; 1 extra burner $12 ; 1 heating 
attachment, complete $16 : 

Dods, P. D., & Co., Montreal : lh x Sh in glass, 7,000 panes at lie ; bladder putty, 1,082 lbs. 
at $1.90 ; Spec. Dec white lead, 537 ^ lbs at 10c 

Graves Bros., Ottawa : f round iron, 260 lbs. at 2c ; 1 keg 7-in. spikes $3.25 ; sundry $2. ... 

Hadtield's Steel Foundry Co., Sheffield, Eng. : 2 lower tumbler shafts, 2,396 lbs. at $10.95 
per cwt. ; 36 bucket dredger pin forgings, 2,046 lbs. at $14.60 per cwt 

Lachapelle Leon, suet, 425 lbs. at 7c 

Lafleur, J. L., Montreal : A 1 portable forge $76.80 ; 2-in. nipples, asst., 144 at 19c ; mal. 
tees and elbows, 182 lbs at lie, 199 at 13c ; R. & L. couplings, 111 lbs. at 13c ; brass 
cocks, 24 at 39c ; bushings, 60 at 6c ; packing $1.50 ; cartage 50c 

Leclair & Lavallee, Sorel, slabs, 25 cords at $3 

Lewis Bros. & Co., Montreal : 1 wrt. iron anvil, 467 lbs. at 9|c. ; 6 wrt. iron vises, 507| lbs. at 
life. ; Norway iron, 5,036 lbs. of f to H-in. at 3ic, 500 lbs. of §at3|c ; H-in. angle iron, 
2,201 lbs. at $2.10 ; best refined iron, 11,271 lbs. at $1.60 ; shafting steel, 7"41 lbs. at 2£c. ; 
cut steel, 442 lbs. at 12^,0. ; Honor Brt. axes, handled, 3 doz. at $8.50 ; sledge handles, 12 
doz. at $1.75 ; galv. pails, 5 doz. at $3.60 ; door sets, 12 at $1, 12 at 75c, 3 doz. at $2.50; 
cement, 30 brls. of Bridge, 7 of Portland at $2.35 ; hardware, etc., $119.20 

Marchand, J. T., & Cie., Montreal : B. C. dimension timber, 86,250 ft. at $45 

McNally, W., & Co., Montreal : fire bricks, 1,000 at 3hc, 2,600 at 2hc. ; fire clay, 12 bags at 
81.75 ; sand stone, 12 brls. at $2.25 ; freight $19.46 

Pontbriand & Freres, Sorel : casting 5 flanges, 16,800 lbs. at 3c ; 1 cast iron spool with steel 
ribs on for winch $65 ; 4 L. H. dies for Armstrong stock $16 ; sundries $84.69 

Queen City Oil Co., Ottawa, 4 heavy empty oil barrels 

Robertson, Thos., & Co., Montreal : rivets, 4,200 lbs. of Cone Head at 5c, 3,000 lbs. of B.B. 
at 3|c ; sundries, $3.56 

Samson, Joseph, Steamboat Inspector, Quebec, travelling expenses to Sorel and return, Sept. 
12-24, 1898 : fare $5.75 ; 10 ferries $1.20 ; board at Sorel, 11 d. at $1 .50 

Freight : Canada Atlantic Ry. $77.40, United Counties Ry. $29.39 

Detailed with River St. Lawrence Ship Channel, shops at Sorel (Page Q — 29) 

Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q -262) 

Total carried to page Q— 6 



Dred«,e Vessels Repairs. 

Details under votes for dredging : — 

Maritime Provinces (Page 

Ontario and Quebec . (Page 

Manitoba (Page 

British Columbia (Page 

Detailed under River St. Lawrence Ship Channel (Page 

Desrivieres, J. A.: 100 ft. basswood D 2 S $3 ; 90 ft, pine boards $1.62 ; cartage 25c 

Carried forward 



Q-207) 
Q-216) 
Q-217) 
Q-221) 
Q- 29) 



$ cts. 
36,113 64 



65 00 
24 90 

38 82 

12 50 
26 61 
15 00 
17 50 

21 68 

13 30 

QG 44 



63 35 
23 90 
75 00 



2,302 35 


118 00 


179 31 
10 45 


560 23 
29 75 


179 44 

75 00 



898 50 
3,881 26 

167 46 

669 69 
5 00 

309 56 

23 45 

106 79 

24,376 14 

103 32 



70,573 34 



0,998 16 
7,562 69 
4,069 09 
2,768 94 
1,689 46 
4 87 



23,092 68 



Q-198 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dredge Vessels Repairs — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Gobeil, A. A., voucher 46743 outstanding , 

Jarman, James, Amherstburg : services, 2 d. at $3 ; paid for loading timber on car $13 . 50 ; 

lumber 97c 

McAvity, T. & Sons, St. John : 1 McA. improved injector $24.30; sundries $32.10 

Patenaude, N. F., Sorel : castings, 768 lbs. at 2jc.; 2 brass flanges, 24 lbs. at 20c 

Smith, Wm., Ottawa : foreman engineer, Dec. 20-31, May 1-31, l£f m at $80 

Victoria Foundry Co., castings, 312 lbs. at 4c. ; cartage 50c 

Freight : C. A. Ry. $10.56 ; South Shore Ry. $27.46; Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo By. $24 
Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q— 262) 

Total carried to page Q— 6 , 



cts. 



23,092 68 


16 90 


20 47 


56 40 


24 01 


110 96 


12 98 


62 02 


253 88 


23,650 30 



Dredge "Canada" ($9,205.60). 




Mc- 



Master, Elijah Nickerson, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 at $80 

Engineer at $75 per m.: Geo. E. Burrows, $209.18 ; H. W. Clark, $692.26. 

Mate and diver at $60 per m.: Geo. A. Hatfield, $249.86; Norman S. 

Kinnon, $357.54 

Cook and steward at $35 perm.: VV. J. Abbot, $38.55; Isaac Eli, $65.02 
John Irons, $142.30 ; Wm. H. Lake, $98.77 

Fireman, David Aucoin, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 at $28 . 

Seamen at $25 per m.: Wm. Burrows, $139.93; Peter Chapdelaine, $112.33 ; 
Thomas Connell, $241.92; Benj. Haines, $241.92; Hugh McKinnon, 
$241.92 ; Hugh -McManus, $13.97 ; John Rose, $218.56 

Pilot, days at $2 : Lovitt Banks, 41, J. K. Hatfield, 131, Colin McKay 41, 
Edgar L. Nickerson, 3, Samuel Nickerson 4. 

Allen Edward : beef, 608^ lbs. at 10c. ; butter, 184 lbs. at 20c. ; gran, sugar, 231 \ 
lbs. at 5c. ; ref . sugar, 180 lbs. at 4c. ; tea, 26 lbs. at 35c. ; eggs, $5 . 43 
potatoes, $7 . 70 ; sundry supplies, $72 .08 

Baker L. E. : Springhill coal, 68 '495 tons at $3.60; Caledonia coal, 34 '65 tons 
at $3.60 ; reserve coal, 12'94 tons at $3.60 

Bill J. F. : 4 men repairing anchors. 4^ d. at $10 ; sundry, $18 .58 

Burrell, Johnson Iron Co. : labour, boiler makers, 515 h. at 30c. ; machinists, 75^ 
h. at 40c; blacksmiths, 14 h. at 50c; steel bushings, 60 at $2.50; £0 steel 
link pins, 1,100 lbs. at 8c; 77 grate bars, 1,960 lbs. at 2|c; boiler zinc. 296 
lbs. at 7c; babbitt, 51 lbs. at 30c; garlock packing, 26| lbs. at 70c; rubber 
packing, 46 lbs. at 35c ; flax packing, 20^ lbs. at 60c ; sundry, $80 .71 

Christie F. M. : beef, 420 lbs. at 9c: fish, $2.45; vegetables, $1.65 ; wood, 50c 

Churchill L. P. : manilla rope, 181 lbs. at 14c; butter, 72| lbs. at 24c; flour, 
$9.75 ; soap, $5 ; bread, $5.78 ; sundry supplies, $43.75. 

Cleveland Geo., milk, 173 qts. at 6c, 167 qts. at 5c 

Crowell S. A. & Co.: white lead, 50 lbs. at 8c; 1 gall, varnish, $3.50 ; sundry 
hardware, $16.11 , 

Dominion Paint Co. : antifouling composition, 3 cans at $40 ; priming, 3 cans at 
$30 ; methylated spirits, 5 galls, at $1.70 

Edgar J. M., repairs to boiler, 18 days at $3. . , 

Gridley H. A.: smith work, 177^ hrs. at 40c; iron 522 lbs. at 2c; sundry, $1.43 

Hemlow Geo. A.: beef, 1,000 lbs. at 10c; 1 turkey, $1.52.. . , 

Homer A. C, supplies, $11.97; Horton, J. D.: 4 8 in. dbl. iron st. bks, $13; 2 
sheaves, $1.25. 

Johnson Thos., wharfage, May, Aug., Sept. and Oct., 56 days at 50c 

Killam Bros.: Springhill coal, 99*09 tons at $3.60 ; Caledonia coal, 46*225 tons at 
$3.60 ; Manilla rope, 7^ lbs. at 14c, 111 lbs at 13c, 187 lbs. at 12£c., 238 lbs, 
at 12c; chain, 718 lbs. at 3c; ratline, 22 lbs. at 10c; labour of 4 men, 76 
hrs. at 18c .... 

Killam Wm. A.: halibut, 216f lbs. at 10c; cod fish, 323 lbs. at 4c: 253| lbs. fish 
$16.98 

Kinney Haley M'f'g. Co.: carpenter work, 5 days at $2, 49 hrs. at 20c; sundry 
lumber, $28.76 ; hardware, $2.13 ; cartage, $1.65. 

Lewis Murray : painting and graining on dredge, 88i hrs. at 22^c, 90i hrs. at 
12|c, 17 hrs. at 20c 

Lincoln & Williams, tinsmithing, &c, $12.54 ; Locke, C. & Co., 1 spirit com- 
pass, $10 . 

Lovitt & Lovitt : carpenter work. 7 days at $2.50 ; paint, $9.60; 1 bbl. flour, 
$4.30 ; 1 box soap, $4 ; groceries, $1.97. 

McAvity T. & Sons : 1 steel wheelbarrow, $10 ; machine waste, $2 ; freight 40c. . 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 

800 00 
751 44 

526 52 

310 11 

280 00 



1,091 35 
440 00 

187 37 

417 85 

63 58 



253 63 
42 40 

107 02 
15 25 

23 61 

218 50 
54 00 
26 65 
78 52 

26 22 

28 00 



605 94 
47 03 

50 52 



20 71 

37 37 
12 40 

6,515 99 



Repairs. 



$ cts. 

160 00 
150 00 

80 88 

34 53 
56 00 



119 20 



23 35 



386 57 



3 48 



56 22 
23 00 



22 06 
4 56 

1 82 

34 63 

1 84 

1.158 14 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q 199 



Dredge " Canada "—Continued. 



Brought forward . 



Nickerson Edgar L., pilotage from Lockport to Yarmouth 

Nickerson Elijah : paid for pilotage, $10 ; sundry outlay, $72.51 

Parker, Eakins & Co.: 9 brls. flour, $41.90; beef, $7.25 ; pork, 5G lbs. at 10c; 
butt<r, 30 lbs. at 18c, 15i lbs. at 20c; B. oil, 10 galls, at 65c ; sundries, 
$97.27 ; cartage, 40c 

Redding Geo. : Acadia lump coal, 59'97 tons at $4.40. . . . . . 

Robertson M. C: 3 brls flour, $10.50; sugar, 150 lbs., $8.50; 4 bush, potatoes, 
$7.70; lard, $5.62; tea, 10 lbs. at 35c; butter, 12 lbs. at 22c; 25 lbs. pork, 
$3 ; sundries, $29.33 ; labour on coal, $5.50 

Robertson T. W., Acadia coal, 20 tons at $4.25 

Rogers Lyman J.: scraping and painting, &c, self, 68 hrs. at 25c, men, 522 hrs. 
at 17c; birch plank, 500 ft. at 2c 

Sanders A. H.: machine work, 137 5 hrs. at 40c, 245^ hrs. at 30c; helpers, 95^ 
hrs. at 20c; smithwork, 13 hrs. at 40c; hardware^ $7.78 

Spinney E. K. : winter lard oil, 49| galls, at 65c ; heavy engine oil, 48J galls, at 
32c ; § in. chain, 351 lbs. at 3fc; 50 ft. hose, $18 ; couplings, $2.30 ; cement, 
2 brls. at $3.25 ; dry red lead, 150 lbs. $9.50 ; boiled oil, 9 galls, at 65c ; white 
lead, 50 lbs. at 6£c. ; coal scoops, 3 at $1 ; hardware, $34.69 ; 6 port lights, $7.20 

Sutherland F. W. : beef, 479| lbs. at 9|c. ; fish, 97i lbs. at 5c ; sundry supplies,$10.08 

Swine W. H., Acadia coal, 10 tons at $4.25 

Middleton James B.: making jib, 35 hrs. at 25c; hemp canvass, 75 yds. at 40c; 
hardware, $4.40 

Yarmouth Marine Railway Co.: hauling up dredge, lump sum, $150; fitting 
blocks, $20 ; 200 h. w. wedges, $4 

Groceries, $25.13; hauling water, $14.98 ; hardware, $23.98 ; washing blankets 
$5.44 ; machine work, $3.48 ; lumber, $5.01 ; cab-hire, $5 




Dredge " Cape Breton » (-$12,279.99). 

Master and Engineer, James McMurray, 12 m. to June 30, 1899 at $100 

Craneman John Gillies, 8 '315 m. at $75 

Cook and steward, David Patterson, 8*348 m. at $35 

Oiler : Fred. McFadyen, 1*23 m. at $25 ; Isaac Profit, 3721 m. at $40, 4*32 m. at $25. 

Firemen : Charles Bradley, 9 d. at $3 ; D. A. Hatfield, 372 m. at $40, 678 m. at 
$25 ; Isaac Profit, 4 m. at $25 

Deckhands at $40 per m. : Geo. Oliver, $36.16 ; Timothy Sheehan, $45.29 

Deck-hands at $25 per m.: Thos. Allen, $99.31; George Craig, $107.40; Jos. 
Fitzgerald, $157.87; Patrick Keleher, $147.36; Frank Mason, $34.86; 
John McCaffrey, $48.01; Albert McKinnon, $132.05; John McPherson, 
$49.25 ; L. O'Brien, $45.96 ; Geo. Olive, $127.59 ; Timothy Sheehan, $195.45 ; 
Alf. Theal, $47.19.. 

Watchman, J. Allingham, 776 m. at $40 ; boilermaker, C. Bradley, 35 '9 d. at $3. 

Boilermakers at $2.50 per day : Chas. Bradley, jr., $93.75 ; Daniel Bradley, 
$31.25 ; Thomas Bradley, $115 ; John Moore, $66.25 

Carpenters at $2.50 per day : Wm. J. Belvea, $127.51; Levi Colwell, $30.63; 
VVilson Gregg, $12.50; John Haslam, $53.75 ; Charles Kane, $56.25 : John 
Mooney, $30 ; W. H. Perkins, $80.63 ; Edward Toole, $12.50 ' 

Painters at $25 per m.: Patrick Keleher, $12.50 ; Timothy Sheehan, $12.50 

Painters at $2.50 per day : Fred. Haslam, $35 ; Chas. Kane, $45 ; John Kindred, 
$23.75 ; John Mooney, $47.50 ; Geo. Olive, $12.50 

Caulker, John Haslam, 20 d. at $2.50 

Scowmen at $1.50 per day : G. A. McAloney, $73.50 ; Thos. McAulay, $73.50 

Adams, A. W.: Am. Manilla, 1,168 lbs. at 14c; 200 ft. 2^-in. steel wire, 180 lbs. 
at 10c; spun yarn, 50 lbs. at 12c; hardware, $7.57. ." 

Allan Grocery Co.: Butter, 93 lbs. at 20c , 110A lbs. at 13c; 4 brls. potatoes, 
$6.75 ; flour, $5.30 ; tea, 15 lbs. at 30c, 10 lbs. at 24c; sugar, 115 lbs. at 5c; 
sundry supplies, $13.04 . . . 

Allan, W. C. Rudman : boiled oil, 43^ galls, at '',3c; dry red lead, 1,300 lbs. at 
$6 per 100 lbs. ; sundries, $14.39 ; cartage, 25c 

Allan, Walter H.; smithwork, 969£ hrs. at 60c; machine work, 33i d. at $3, 
1,2304; hrs. at 40c, 286 hrs. at 30c: helpers, 57 hrs. at 15c; making pattern 
and core-box of 42-in. sheave, $30 ; castings, 4,367 lbs. at 3c; Lowmooriron, 
545 lbs. at 8c; iron scrap forged, 2,765 lbs. at 5c; iron, 2,686 lbs. at 3c; cast 
steel, 65^ lbs. at 20c; steel, 230 lbs. at 5c, 759 lbs. at 4c ; angle steel, 94 lbs. 
at 3c; brass bushing, 48 lbs. at 30c; gun metal bushings, 33 lbs. at 40c; 4 
steel friction plates, 1,383 lbs. at Ahc; lumber, $8.40 ; cartage, $12.50 ; freight, 
$1.71 ; less, 15,232 lbs. old scrap iron, $109.23 ; less, freight on friction 
plates, $2.50 



Carried forward 



Dredging. 



$ cts. 
6,515 99 

19 00 
74 42 



145 51 
263 80 



82 29 
85 00 



83 02 



1,100 00 
623 63 
292 18 
247 56 

405 32 
81 45 



1,192 30 
418 22 

306 25 



403 77 
25 00 

163 75 

50 00 

147 00 

195 09 



76 23 

120 05 



1,711 50 
15,272 07 



Q-200 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99, 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dredge "Cape Breton" — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Barnhill, W. F.: 06 lbs. butter, $12.59 ; 2 brls. flour, $9 ; tea, 15 lbs. at 35c; 

coffee, 10 lbs. at 40c; 3 brls. potatoes, $4.25 ; sundries, $16.54 

Barry, John J.: 1 brl. boiled linseed oil, 44§ galls, at 50c; 100 lbs. dry red lead, 

$5.50 ; 100 lbs. pure white lead, $6.50 : metallic paint, $2 

Bradley, Charles : smith work, 33| d. at $3, 102^ at $2.50, 5 hrs. at 25c; steel 

plate, 251 lbs. at 5c ; hardware, $9.92 ; cartage, $4.50. 

Burpee, I. & E. R.: 1 sheet steel plate, ^-in. x 9x4 ft., 563 lbs. at $2.50 per 100 

lbs. ; sundries, $1.87 ; cartage, 62c 

Carrier, Laine & Co.: 1 pivot casting of special mixed iron, 4,240 lbs. at $6 per 

100 lbs. ; 1 balance valve for 1. p. cylinder, $75 ... 

Cotter, R. J. : beef, 265 lbs. at 8c; 1 turkey, $3.45 ; sundries, $5.77 

Cotter, Wm.: beef, 341 lbs. at 8c; 40 lbs. pork, $4.20 ; 1 turkey, $3.45 ; vegeta- 
bles, $3.25 

Doherty, Hugh : butter, 66 lbs. at 19c ; sugar, 65 lbs. at 5c ; tea, 10 lbs. at 25c ; 

sundries, $15. 17 

Dominion Paint Co.: anti-fouling composition, 6 10-gall. cans at $40 each ; 7-10 

gall, cans priming at $30 each ; less freight, &c, $8.59 

Dominion Wire Rope Co., lA-in. Lang's best dredge cable, 325 ft. at $35.50 per 

100 ft 

Donovan, M.: beef, 12H lbs. at 8c; steak, 31 lbs. at 12c; sundries, $4.79. . . . 

Donovan, T. : beef, 200 lbs. at 9c ; vegetables, $1.07 

Fitzgerald, Daniel : smithwork, 10 hrs. at 60c, 143^ at. 40c; helper, 15 hrs. at 

20c ; Lowmoor iron, 90 lbs. at 7c ; iron, 141i lbs. at 5ic, 358 lbs. at 2c ; steel 

94 lbs. at 2|c ; sundry work, $7.40 

Gorman, Thomas : 1 brl. flour, $4.50 ; butter, 36i lbs. at 16c; sundries, $7.90. 
Harrison, W. F. & Co.: flour, 2 trls., $9.25 ; butter, 42 lbs. at 17c; tea., 10 lbs. at 

30c; 10 lbs. coffee, $3.75 ; sundries, $20.21 

Intercolonial Ry. wharf, side wharfage, 56 d. at 50c 

Jones & Brown : smithwork, 5 days at $3, 2 men 5 days each at $1.75 ; soft 

wood, 3 loads at $1 

Kennedy E. J. : butter, 35 lbs. at 20c ; 1 brl. flour, $4.50 ; tea, 10 lbs. at 30c ; 

sundries, $12.21 

Knox James, water, 12,500 galls, at 40c per 100 gall 

Lang Alex. : labour, 13 d. at $4, 21 '28 d. at $2.50 ; hire of winch blocks &c, 

$31.70 ; ferriages, $1.56 ; cartage, $1.30 

Lantalum James V. : shackles, 155 lbs. at 8c ; 1 bearing, 492 lbs. at 2^c ; gaskets, 

24 lbs. at 35c ; 1 radiator, $4.50 ; sundry hardware, $4.05 

Linehan P. F. : fresh beef, 338^ lbs. at 8c ; pork, 55| lbs. $4.81 ; sundries, $5.99. 

Magee Brothers, Springhill coal, 25 tons at $3.50 

Minehan James : beef, 62H lbs. at 8c ; pork, 104 lbs. at 8c ; ham and sausage, 

$2.72 ; vegetables, $7.45 

Manchester Robertson & Allison : 1 roller top desk, $18 ; hardwood stools, 10 

at 40c ; 2 tables (2^ x 4) at $2.50 each 

McAvity T. & Sons : machine work, 106g hrs. at 40c ; sundry work, $3.25 ; 1 

McAvity Jenkins globe valve, $31.50 ; 1 McAvity cross valve, $5.50 ; 1 6-in. 

chime whistle, $26.40; 1,200 condenser ferrules, $42; 1 steam pressure 

regulator, $19.80 ; 1 1894 pump, $12.50 ; Tuck's packing, 33 lbs. at 55c ; 

Garlock packing, 8 lbs. at 80c ; sundry packing, $9.70; cotton waste, 100 

lbs. at 8c, 100 lbs. at 7jc. : 1 S. & B. steam trap, $12 ; paint, $14.77 ; zinc 

plates 9 x 6, 8 at $3 ; lj steam hose, 12 ft. at 75c ; 1 flanged and screwed 

angle valve, $7.50 ; 1 1-in. pop valve set, $5 ; asbestos cement, 2 brls. at 

$2.50 ; 50 lbs. asbestos at 10c ; brass rim locks, 6 at $1.50 ; 1 McA. check, 

$5 ; 1 boiler plate, 155 lbs. at 4c ; 1 pr. No. 4 chain tongs, $7.25 ; dsck- 

lights, 6 at $1.25 ; boiled oil, 10 galls, at 60c ; bolts and screws, $7.61 ; 6 
. shovels, $6.50; pipe assorted, $10.01; Lowmoor iron, (340 lbs.), $15.48; 

Lowmoor rivets, 100 lbs. at lie ; steel, 354 lbs. at 6c, 159 lbs. at 4c ; 

Albany grease, 20 lbs. at 20c ; sundry hardware, $110.24 

McCordock, W. J. : freight, $26.62 ; cartage, $2 

MacLean, The A. B. Co. : combination packing, 16 lbs. at 70c ; 1 brl. chain 

grease, 430 lbs. at 17£c., 276 lbs. at 12c ; 10 galls, castor oil, $12 ; 1 can, $1. 

Nugent, M. J. : 1 brl. flour, $4.75 ; butter, 29 lbs. at 20c ; groceries, $9.38 

Perkins & Belyea : carpenter work, 9 days at $2.50 

Quilty John B. : beef, 486f lbs. at 8c. ; pork, 67 i lbs. at 8c ; ham, 21 lbs. at 10c; 

vegetables, $4.94 

Ryan M. : beef, 314 lbs. at 8c ; pork, $4.76 ; ham, $2.10 ; vegetables, $4.71. . . . 

Sealy John : codfish, $11.28 ; shad, $8.90 ; haddock, $3.95 ; frs. fish, $8 

Sleeth & Haslam : hawse pipe, 1,772 lbs. at 2^c ; 1 wheel cast, 106 lbs. at 2gC ; 

smithwork, 3i hrs. at 40c 



Carried forward 



Dredging. 



$ cts. 
15,272 07 

51 63 

36 33 

384 22 

1 87 

254 40 
30 42 

38 18 

33 46 

441 41 

115 38 

18 23 

19 07 



64 93 
18 24 

43 35 

28 00 

35 50 

26 71 
50 00 

139 75 

41 65 

37 88 
87 50 

68 21 

27 00 



517 99 
28 62 

132 57 
19 93 



18,232 03 



Repairs. 



$ cts. 
1,712 43 



14 70 
75 00 



32 42 



31 02 



22 50 




1,888 07 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-201 



Dredjre M Cape Breton 



< 'ontinued. 



Brought forward 



Smith I. E. : milk, 252 qts. at 6c. ; butter, 94 lbs. at 18c. ; 2 bbls. Hour. $8.7S : 

4 brls. potatoes, *5.50 ; groceries, 816.79 ; wire spikes, 83.52 

v "Dingo:" towing dredge between Partridge Island and harbour, 10 
return trips at 825 ; between buoy and Gov't, wharf 2 trips at $25, 4 trips 
with dredge at 88 ; towing 2 scows from dredge to dumping ground, Dec. 
20-21, $30 ; 6 -cows, 5 trips, $10.50; taking Capt. of dredge from buoy to 
ballast wharf, 9 trips at 82 

Stephenson James, 2 spars, 811 ; Tapley Bros., towing : dredge, $8, scow. >_'. . 

Thompson Bros. : 1 No. 3 Thompson's Imp. portable forge, 824 ; hardware. $1.75. 

Tug "Maggie M:" towing between dredge and long wharf, coal scow, 6 trips 

12.50 ; 3 barges, 1 trip, 821, 2 barges, 5 trips at 814, 1 barge, 3 trips at 

$7 ; taking Supt., Capt. and mate to examine dredging ground, 82 

Vn >< >m & Arnold : Drummond steam coal, 29*837 tons at 83.50, 141 "263 tonsat 83. 15 

Williams F. E. : butter, 2Gh lbs. at 20c. ; sundry, groceries, 811.91 

Wilson Jarvis: maple and" birch plank, 1,344 sup. ft. at 825; maple timber, 
$4.60 ; sawing same, 81.75 ; cartage, 82 

Smithwork, 816.03 ; ferrriage and towing, 82.50; washing blankets, &c, 86.83; 
labour. $5.20 ; hardware, ><33.87; lumber, $34.24 ; furniture, 83.28 ; grocer- 
ies, 84 . 19 ; sundry outlay, 812 . 33 ; cartage, $5.55 



Dredge "Geo. UIcKenzie " (■S13,PJ- / / .:>J^, 



Blaster and craneman, Peter DeCoste, 12 m. to June 30 

Engineers : Geo. Crawford, 5 d. at $2.75; Jas. W. Ryan, 174 d. at 82.75, 129 d. 

-:'.50 

Cook and steward, Jos. Davis, 6 '78 m. at 835; fireman, Chas. Dowlin, 6 '43 m. 

|25 

Deckhands at 825 per in. : Malcolm Gillis, 8160.09 ; Perley Gosbey, 8168.56; 

Alex. McDonald, $168 56 

Scowmen at 825 per m. : Joseph Avery, 8167 . 74 ; Chas. Boucher, 85 . 75 ; Robert 

Laird. $157 , 87 ; Hudson Langill, 8161 .16 

Watchmen at 825 per m.: Peter Brow, 88.22 ; Angus McPherson, 8167.74 

Waterman, Hugh McAdam, 19 d. at 82.50. . . 

Watermen at 81 .50 per clay : William Benoit, 8129 ; Jeffrey Crespo, 8120 

Watermen at 81.25 per day : Arsene Doucet, 81.25 ; Lawrence E. LeBlanc, 81.25 
Carpenters : Nicholas Martin. 38 d. at 82.50 ; Duncan Grant, 10 d. at 81.50 .. . 
Carpenters at $2 per day : James Davis. 874 ; Hugh Gillis, 868 ; Alex. Graham, 

868: Chas. Martin, 875: James McPherson. 871.50; Geo. Langlev. bt., $68 
Caulkers : Win. Duff, 37i d. at $2 50. 2 d. at $2 : M. Gillis, 38 d. at 81.50. . 
Caulkers at 82 per day : David Duff, $75 ; Duncan Grant, 839 ; Geo. Langley, 

$75 : Joseph Ryan, 868 ; Chas. Warner. -^75 

Labourers at 81 50 per day: William Duff, $ii ; Chas. Hennessey, 81.50 ; Dan. 

Henne-^y. $3.75; Alex. McDonald, 86; Dan. McDonald, 83.75 ; Dan. G. 

McDonald, 81 . 50 ; Joseph Ryan, 82 . 25 

Acadia Coal Co. , Acadia steam coal, 72 tons at 82 . 30 

Adams. A. W.: Am. manilla, 634 lbs. at 13c, 11 lbs. at 12c, 2,352 lbs. at 9c; 

^ cable chain, 1,750 lbs. at 3c: life belts, 12 at $1 .!'."> : life buoys, 2 at 83.75 ; 

cork fenders, 2 at 83.50 ; freight, 87. 11 ; cartage, 81 .70 

Allan, Walter H.: smithwork, 4^ hrs. at 60c; machine work, 37^ h. at 40c, 24 

h. at 30c ; 2 brass bushes, 26 lbs. at 40c ; rachet castings, 211 lbs. at 3c; 

steel, 81.75 ; lumber, 72c; freight, 81.21 ; less old casting, 200 lbs. at ^c . . 
Bairie, D. & Sons : 483 ft, 2-in. plank, 89.66 ; 294 ft. 3-in. plank. $5.43. . . 
Belfontaine Simon : hemp rope, 152 lbs. at 15c; manilla rope, 97 lbs. at 15c; 1 

bid. flour, 84 . 75 ; butter, 23 lbs. at 16c ; sundry groceries, 86 . 25 

Bonner T. J.: roast, 129 lbs. at 10c; corned beef, 104 lbs. at 8c; 1 brl. flour, 

$6 50 : vegetables, $3.05 ; sundry groceries, $11.87 

Brow Mrs Timothy : milk, 210 qrts. at 6c; washing blankets, 31 prs. at 15c ; 

washing pillow cases, &c, 69 pes. at 5c 

Chisholm Hugh, sundry smithwork 

Crisp- > Michael : Manilla rope, 399 lbs. at 14c; coal oil, 30 galls, at 26c, 8 galls. 

at 30c. : caulking boat and launching same, 3 d. at 81 .50 and 20 hrs. at 20c; 

freight on 60 tons coal at 85c per ton ; wharfage and storage, $9 60 : truck- 
age, 86.25; hardware, 85.77; lumber, 81 .21 : flour. 5', brl ; h brl. 

plate beef, 89 ; beef, 7l3h lbs. at 8c, 28 lbs. at Tie, 235 lbs. at 7c; pork, 47 

lbs. at 10c; butter, 162 lbs. at 15c.; 69 lbs. lard, $8.88 ; 60 doz. eggs, 89.18 ; 

181 lbs. codfish, 84.91 ; evaporated apples, 56 lbs. at 15c.; sugar, 315 lbs. at5c; 

tea, 28 lbs. at 30c; 30 bush, potatoes, $15.80 ; vegetables, 811.98 ; groceries, 
... 



Dredging. 



8 cts. 
18,232 03 

66 60 



374 50 
10 00 
25 75 



129 00 

549 4i ; 

17 21 

41 95 



120 64 



675 00 


622 25 


397 95 


503 21 


192 52 
175 96 

47 50 

258 00 

2 50 

53 75 


249 00 
91 00 



204 00 



24 75 
165 60 



386 23 

43 81 
15 09 

52 03 

42 64 

20 70 

11 59 



395 38 



Repairs. 



Carried forward | 24,497 60 , 2,759 45 



Q-202 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dredge " Geo. McKenzie " — Continued. 



Dredging. 



Brought forward . 



DeCoste, Peter : freight, $7 . 31 ; stamps, $4 . 50 ; telegrams, .$3 . 58 ; sundry outlay, 
§52.85 

Duff Peter : smith work, 178 hrs. at 40c, iron, $11.82 

Forsyth G. O. : dockage for dredge and two scows, 29 days at $1 ; wharfage of 
timber, $7 ; storage of hawser lines, $ 2 . 75 

Eraser Bros.: mach. work, 385 hrs. at 40c, 180 h. at 20c; boiler maker, 512 h. at 
35c; helper, 588 h. at 25c; forging-iron, 1,553 lbs. at 8c ; castings, 1,960 
lbs. at 3c; rep. teeth, 4 at $7.20; rivets, 225 lbs. at 5c; iron, 381 lbs. at 
2jc; plate steel, 320 lbs. at 2|c; steel, 455 lbs. at 2£c.; sundry, $16.79; 
freight, $36. 83 ... .... 

I. C. Ry., freight charges, $83.49; Lantalum, J., 1 anchor and stock, $24; freight 
and cartage, $2.33 

Morrison, A. J., towing dredge and scows between Dom. wharf and Marine 
Railway 

McAdam, H. R.: butter, 58| lbs. at 16c; milk, $4.02 ; sundries, $15.82 

McAvity, T. & Sons : 6 casks, No. 14, V. M. sheet zinc, 3,390 ibs. at $7.60 per 100 
lbs., 2 casks, 1,245 lbs. at 8|c; 5 p. c commission on zinc, $18.65 ; 1^ ex. 
hvy. xxx steam hose, 15 ft. at 70c, 1 ex. hvy., 40 ft. at 56c; 1^ x 3 ply, 13 
ft. at 32c ; hose and couplings, $5.90 ; 1 No. 20 Hancock inspirator, $25 ; 6 
boiler zincs, 93 lbs. at 12J&; 1-1^ ton Weston Diff. Block, $17.50; 1 gal v. 
iron bucket, $6; shovels, 8 at 75c; zinc nails, 331 lbs. at 13c; files assorted, 
$5.61 ; castor oil, 15 galls, at 95c, 42 lbs. at 10c; eng. oil, 10 galls, at 50c; 
sundry hardware, $28.08; freight, $31.99; express, $1.50; less, 2,927 lbs. 
zinc, at 3^c 

McDonald, Alex., teaming between Pt. Tupper and dredge 

McLean, D.: mattresses, 8 at $1.70; fresh beef, 372 lbs. at 9c; corned beef, 62 
lbs. at 8c; pork, 100 lbs. at 8|c; ham, 37 lbs. at 13c; butter, 40^ lbs. at 
18c; 1 brl. flour, $4.50 ; potatoes, 6 bush, at 75c; sundries, $26,19 

McLean, D. F.: water, 84 hogsheads at 45c; h brl. beef, $9.50 ; mutton, 68J lbs. 
at 10c; ham, $3.25; 1 brl. flour, $5.25; 22 lbs. butter, $3.52; 57 qts. milk, 
$3.42 ; sundries, $30.49 ; freight, 45c 

McPherson, J. D.: nails, 350 lbs. at 8|c; hardware, $9.81; 1 brl. flour, $5.50; 
25 lbs. butter, $4.50 ; groceries, $38.42 ; truckage, 25c 

McTavish, John, beef, 158 lbs. at 10c; Paint, Peter & Sons, red oxide, 5 galls, 
at $1.25 ; hardware, $12.30 

Straits of Canso M. R. Co.: docking dredge and 2 scows, $225 ; 1,350 lbs. oak- 
um at 7jc; spikes, 600 lbs. at 65c; sundries, $135.25 

Tug " Merrimac," towing dredge and scows, 3 d. at $40, 9 d. at $35 . 

Tug "Shannon:" July-Nov., 1898, May-June, 1899, 162 d. at $25 per day; 
towing across harbour, Sunday, Oct. 15, $10 ; less coal, 2*31 tons at $3.60.. . . 

Tug " Wm. Aitkin : " transporting dredge and plant from Wallace]to Arisaig, 
N.S., $150 ; 2 d. at Arisaig, $70 

Western Union Tel. Co., messages 

Hardware, $15.95; labour, $39.25; telegrams, $8.10; sundry outlay, $11.79; 
lumber, $3 ; sundries, $3.02 ; towage, $5 ; cartage, $1 



Dredge " New Dominion » (-$7,745.03). 

Master and engineer, John F. Cheyne, 12 m . to June 30, $90 

Cranesman, F. H. Finlay, 5'85 m. at $45; cook and steward, S. Moore, 5'82 m 

at $35 

Fireman, Robt. L. Purves, 6'09 m. at $25, 91 d. at $1.25 

Deckhands at $25 per day : Frederick Fox. $121.37; B. Gregg, $144.73; John 

F. Reid, $143.08 ; Joseph Lippett, $144.73 

Scowmen at $25 a month : Moses Armstrong, $144.73 ; H. W. Beacom, $143.90. 

Watchman, Wm. Kincade, 5'79 m. at $25 per m 

Carpenters at $2.50 per day : Wm. H. Belyea, $75.63 ; Levi Col well, $63.75 

John Murphy, $96.25 ; 'Win. H. Perkins, $113.13 

Caulkers at $2.50 per day: John Doody, $23.75; Dan. Fritch, $49.38; Geo 

Fullerton, $2.50; John Haslam, $56.25; John Mooney, $23.75; Thomas 

Strayhorn, $53.75 , 

Labourers at $1.50 per day : Frederick Fox, $1.88 ; Jos. Tippett, $1.50 

Labourers at $1.25 per day: John Dunlavy, $24.89; Fred. Fox, $31.25; B 

Gregg, $15.63 ; Geo. Olive, $6.88 ; Jos. tippett, $11.25 

Adams, A. W.: oakum, 150 lbs. at 6|c, 400 lbs. at 6ic; sundries, $15.20; 

cartage, $1.20 , 

Allan, C. B., sundry kitchen utensils 



$ cts. 
24,497 60 



59 34 
39 45 



821 42 
109 82 

21 00 

29 24 



494 40 
11 00 



107 83 

100 53 
89 11 
34 35 



Carried forward 



435 00 

4,051 68 

220 00 
35 05 

75 11 



900 00 

466 08 
249 97 

553 91 
288 63 
144 73 

290 01 



206 88 
3 38 

71 15 

52 53 

18 83 



Repairs. 



$ cts. 
2,759 45 



8 90 
43 57 

38 75 



31 10 
23 55 



499 00 

2 10 
12 00 

180 00 
16 25 

58 75 

2 50 

18 75 



34,478 03 1 



,694 67 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-203 



Dredge " New Dominion." 



Brought forward 



Allan, Walter H.: smithwork, 79.-J: h. at 60c.; machine work, 5 d. at $3, night 
wcrk 10 h. at $1.25, 296£h. at 40c, S56i h. at 30c; castings, 1660 lbs. at 3c ■ 
Lowmoor iron, 105£ lbs. at 8c ; iron, 803 lbs. at 3c ; forging steel, 50 lbs at 
20c ; steel, 280 lbs. at 5c, 390 lbs. at 3hc; freight, $3.25; less gun metal, 
200h lbs. at 15c; castings, &c, ,$11.45 

Boyle, J. & Son: steak, 75 lbs. at 12c; beef, 3494 lbs. at 8c, 11.5 lbs," 
sundries, $19.45 * 

Carroll, R. A., Sydney coal, 2'856 tons at $3.75. 

Chapman, James, Grand Lake coal, 50| chlds. at $3.50 \\ 

Cheyne, John F., travel and sundry outlay 

Cottle & Col well : tug " Winnie," 07 days at $15 ; sundry towage,' $5 ;' ooal,*3| 
cnicis. <\Ai *$q , *yi) 



at 7c 



44c. 



sundries, $4. . 
; water, 4,000 



Cushing, Andre, spruce timber, 2,436 ft. at $17 per M. 

Dickie, J. W.: butter, 116i lbs. at 18c, 67^ lbs. at 17c; sugar, 304 lbs at 

flour, 2 brls. at $6.20 ; sundries, $44.39 

Donovan, Michael: beef, 794 lbs. at 8c; steak, 69f lbs. at 12c; pork' 106 lbs" at 

10c; sundry meat and vegetables, $12.31 ; freight, $2.80. . 
Fitzgerald, Daniel : smithwork, 33 hrs. at 60c; machine work, 94i hrs at 40c • 
screw bolts and washers, &c, 442 lbs. at 5|c; iron, 837 lbs. at 2c; sundrv 

hardware, &c, $18 . 09 J 

Haley Bros. & Co.: pine sheathing, 400 ft. at 3£c; cartage", 60c 
Harrison, W. F. F.: 2 brls. flour at $5.25-; sugar, 380 lbs. at 4c ; 
Knox, James : manilla, 434^ lbs. at lie ; 4 pr. oars, 88 ft. at 7c 

galls, at 40c per 100 galls. ; sundries $1 . 75 

Lantalum, James V.: 1 second-hand steam winch, 2 cylinders, centre and four 
end leads, $162.50 ; 1 copper oil tank, $16 ; less old scrap iron, 8*48 tons at 

$15 per ton 

Leonard, Robt. J.: canvas, 34 yds. at 21c; smithwork, $3.50 ; cartage 25c ' 
Likely, Jos A. : 2 sticks 18x19 hewn timber, 2,594 ft. at $35 ; hard 'pine tim- 
ber, 230 ft. at $30 ; cartage, $4 

Murchie, N. H.: spruce deals, 630 ft. at $13, 466 ft. at $12. 50, 100 ft.' at'$io 
Macaulay Bros.: red cotton, 8 yds. at 16c; 1 comfortable, $1.50, 8 at $1.10 
McAvity, T., & Son : 2 gun metal gears with steel faces, $70 ; 1-2-in. flanged 
and screwed brass Globe valve, $10.30 ; 1-5-in. fig 927 whistle, $11 ; ex lard 
oil 20 galls, at 55c; smithwork, 49^ hrs. at 40c; Garlock packing, 18¥ lbs 

at 80c; sundry hardware, $129.20 , 

McFarlane, Thompson & Anderson : sundry smithwork, $15 .60 ; iron '$i.209 ' 
MacLean, A B. Co : chain oil, 54 galls, at 25c; lubricating grease, 128 lbs. at 12c 
McMulkm, John: butter, 31 lbs., $7.09; 1 brl. apples, $5.75; sundries, $11.70 

bmitn, Israel E., sundry groceries and provisions 

Tapley Bros., towing: Carleton to Jemseg, $70; Jemseg' to' St! 'j'o'h'n, $70 '• 
Jemseg to Chipman, $50 ; Grimross to Fredericton, $50 ; Fredericton to 

Jemseg, $50 ; Dunn's Slip to Murchie's Mill, $8 

Tug ''Eva Johnson " : 1 day in August, 2 days in September, 26 days in October', 

10 days m November : 62 days at $15 

Vroom & Arnold, Drummond, steam coal, 34 4 tons at $3 50 ' 
Whelpley, G. T.: 113 lbs. butter, $19.31 ; 6 brl 

$7 . 65 ; sundry provisions, $31 .75 

Wilson, Jarvis, sundry lumber 

Hardware, $15.46; lumber, $10.07 

§13.56; drugs, $2.70; sundry outlay, $14.13; groceries and ] 
•M4.56 ; travel of Douglas Stevens, $7.67 



potatoes, $7.05; 1^ brls. flour, 



truckage, $6.36; smithwork, $4.72 ; labour, 



Dredge "Prinee Edward » {812,419.24). 

Master and craneman, Wm. S. Larkin, 12 m. to June 30 at $75 

Engineer, James McCarr<m, 186^ d. at $2.75, 127 d. at $2.50 

Cooks and stewards at $35 per m.: Calvin McLeod, $205.74 ; Thos. Perrv,' $53.41 

Fireman, James McNeill, 1 • 75 m. at $40, 7 • 57 m. at $25 

ijeck hand, Fidelis Chevrier, 7 '05 m. at $35 . 

Deck hands at $25 per m. : Mathew Doyle, $1 . 23 ; Peter Dug'gy,' $1 23 : 'Fred 

Llewelyn, si 72. 05; John Murphy, $177.94; Dougald Mclsaac, 81 . 65 '; 

Alex. ^cKay,^134.o3; Calvin McLeod, $25; Neil Mc^uarrie, $4.11; P 

Sonier, $2.88 ; John Warry, $2.47. 
Scowinan, Jas. Nicholson, 7 -04 m. at $25 ; watchman, A. McEwan, 7*52 m". at $25 
Waterman, Peter Mart m, 7\L0 m. at $25 ; carpenter, A. McEwan, -3 m. at $40 
Carpenters at $2 . oO per day ; Levi Colwell, $13 . 75 ; John Murphy, SO 25 



Dredging. 



$ cts. 
34,478 03 



299 75 

64 44 

10 71 

177 63 

15 09 

1,022 83 
41 41 

101 77 

97 60 



34 22 
14 60 
29 94 



71 73 



16 00 

10 89 

101 69 
15 01 

11 58 



259 71 

27 69 

28 86 
24 54 
13 79 



298 00 

930 00 
120 40 

65 76 
16 25 



25 



750 00 
705 38 
259 15 

25!) 22 
246 82 



523 09 
364 12 
189 44 

20 00 



lepairs. 



* <'ts. 

3.<iH4 67 



87 25 






35 30 



6 49 



150 0O 
125 00 



Carried forward j 41 gQ6 39 



4,181 21 



Q-204 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dredge " Prince Edward »» — Continued. 



Brought forward , 



Carpenter, John Quinn, 27 d. at $1.50 ; James Collins, helper, 1 d. at $1.25 

Anglo Am. Tel. Co., telegrams, $12.83 ; Arthur James & Co., mach. work, $12.47. 

Beer & Goff : 3brls. flour, $13.50 ; 70 lbs. butter, $14.80 ; sundry provisions, $39.56. 

Bishop Gee: foundry work, $18.33 ; iron and steel, $10.23 

Brace McKay & Co.: butter, 40 lbs. at 20c: eggs, 40 doz. at 10c. ; sundries, $8.38 

Clarkin Bros.: Acadia round coal, 51 '8 tons at $3.40 ; cartage, 50i loads at 16c. 

Coffin K imble, carpenter work, 24^ days at $2 . 50 

Collins James : caulking, 19 d. at $2 ; work on scow, 3 d. at $1.25 

Dodd & Rogers : 34g lbs. packing, $27.50 ; rd. iron, 884 lbs. at 2^c; plumbago 
grease, 50 lbs. at 25c. ; waste, 103 lbs. at 10c. ; sheet rubber, 24 lbs. at 30c. ; 
stove castings, $6 ; nuts and files, $14.73 ; sundry hardware, $35 

Down Augustus : Acadia round coal, 25 ' 86 tons at $3 . 40 ; cartage, $3 . 84 

Dwyer C. : paid for labour, $15 . 90 ; wharfage, $1 . 50 

Eagan, Michael, hire of 4 blocks, 10 days at $1, 2 blocks, 5 d. at 80c. 

Finlay Sarah, meals for men, at $3 . 75 per week 

Griffith P., 1-18 ft. boat, with paint, oars and irons 

Holman R. T.: Acadia round coal, 82 2 tons at $3.60, 3 38 tons at $3.50; water, 
11,500 galls, at fa; 1 hardwood stick, 33 ft. long (8 square), $13 ; rope, 331 i 
lbs. at 13c; 62i galls, machine oil, $24.21 ; coal oil, $11.34; 5 brls. flour" 
$25.25 ; sundries, $144.83 ; cartage, $6.76 

I. C. Ry., freight charges 

Kennedy & Co.: oakum, 500 lbs. at 8c; iron, 1,707 lbs. at2|c; white lead, 302 
lbs., $24.20: paint and brushes, $21.22; copper paint, $11.25; boiled oil, 
11 galls, at 70c ; Muntz metal, 83 lbs. at 18c ; sundry hardware, $89 ; cart- 
age, $21.05 

Lange, A. W.: use of hose, $4.84 ; labour, $4.50; 2,200 galls, water, 66c 

Larkin Wm. S., travel and sundry outlay .... 

Likely Jos. A. : d sticks timber, 7,823 ft. at $35; loss on oak 3tick rejected 
after sawing, $20 ; sawing $5 ; cartage and loading on cars, $12 

Matheson John, carpenter work, 10^ days at $1 .50 

Matheson Murdoch, carpenter work, 20 days at $1 .50 ; repairing pump, 50c 

McAvity T. & Sons : hardware, $11 . 37 ; express $1 ..... 

McCarthy, Calien, carpenter work, 13 days at $2 . . . 

McDonald John, caulking dredge and scows, 23 days at $2 

McEachran, Chas., carpenter work, 7 d. at $1.50 ; Mclsaac J., carpenter work, 
19 d. at $1.50 

McKay Mrs. Alex., laundry, $11.78; McKenzie J. A., caulking dredge, &c, 
16| d. at $2 

McLeod Murdoch : beef, 911 lbs. at 9c ; lamb, 187^ lbs. at 9c ; 16^ bush, potatoes, 
S7.32 ; vegetables &c, $15.04 

McMillan J. F., milk, 80qts. at 20c; McNeill, Jas., 7d. work, $9.21 ; board, $9.65 

Nicholson Jas., 1 scow barrel, $11 ; Offer Geo., meals for men, 3 weeks at $3.75. 

Palmer Robt. & Co., sundry carpentry work and lumber, $26.69; Price Geo. 
M., milk, 75 galls, at 20c 

P. E. I. Govt., water, 36,410 galls, at 30c per M.; P. E. I. Ry., freight charges, 
$17.27 

Quinn John : carpenter work, 42i d. at $1 . 50 ; labour repairing, 9i days at $2, 
3 days at $1 . 50 ; 40 hrs. at 15c ; 1 piece hard wood, 50c 

Rattenbury, N. : wharfage of dredge and scows for season 1898-9, $50 ; labour 
moving lumber on wharf, $1 . 68 

Rigg.s, Alfred : paid men for painting dredge, 4J days at $2 ; 10 days at $1.50 ; 
lettering name, $1 

Small Robt. B., plumbing &c, $20.96 ; Stanley R., carpenter work, 10 d. at $1.50 

Stewart Bruce & Co.: machine and smithwork, 771^ hrs. at 40c, 541 hrs. at 30c; 
helpers, 172 hrs. at 20c, 96 hrs. at 15c; steel plate, 653^ lbs. at 4c; steel 
mouth piece, 440 lbs. at 13c ; Sunmerlee iron, 1494 lbs. at 4c ; iron, 980 lbs. 
at 3£c., 782 lbs. at 3c, 687 lbs. at 2£c.; 35 lbs. brass, $13.80; 1 counter 
balance, 286 lbs. at 3c; sundry hardware &c, $65.28 ; freight, 75c; truck- 
age, $3.56 

Stewart & Gates : 148 lbs. butter, $21.90 ; 124 doz. eggs, $13 ; sugar, 215 lbs. at 
5c; lh brls. flour, $6.50 ; sundries, $34.23 

Thorne Bros., 695 lbs. beef, $61 .95 ; fish, $8. 11 ; sundries, $18.03 

Trainor P., meat and vegetables 

Tug " T. A. Stewart " : 26 days work in June, 2 '85 in July, 27 in August, 26 in 
September, 26 in October, 13 in November, 11 in December, 16 in April and 
25 in June ; 173 ' 85 days at $25 ; 1 night in November, $25 

Tug " Wm. Aitken " : towing dredge and plant from Summerside to Charlotte- 
town, $150 ; towing 3 sticks pine from Pictou, $30 



Dredging. 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 


$ cts. 


41,806 39 


4,181 21 


41 75 




25 30 




67 86 




28 56 




20 38 




184 18 





41 75 



26 85 
91 78 
17 40 
14 00 
13 03 
49 50 



645 20 



267 78 
10 00 
37 57 

310 80 

15 75 

30 50 

8 52 

26 00 



10 50 

11 78 

121 19 

34 86 
22 25 

17 25 

12 22 

66 75 

51 68 

25 00 
19 20 



827 20 

86 38 
88 09 

27 48 



4,371 25 

180 00 



49,753 93 



Repairs. 



61 25 



106 2< 



45 00 



3 85 
46 00 

28 50 
33 50 



24 44 

15 97 

27 00 

16 76 



4,590 35 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-205 



Dredge "Prince Edward "—Continued. 



Brought forward 

Waugh & Steeves, groceries and provisions, $43. GO; Wheatley E., meat and 
vegetables, $37 .68 

White A. & Sons, 61 furnace bars, 1192 lbs. at 3c. ; 20 brass nuts for bolt heads, 
32 lbs. at 35c; sundry hardware and smith work, §234.08 

Hardware, $16.36; lumber, $15.83; groceries and provisions, $18.15; sundry 
travel and outlay, $11.87; 1 pr. oars, $2.50; laundry, $9.59; use of float, 
S3 ; labour, $26.37 ; messages, $4.35 



Dredge "St. Lawrence" ($11,873.10). 



Master, Edward C. Lloyd, 12 m. to June 30 at $97.33 

Engineer, John Retallick, 12 m. to June 30 at $85 

Mate and diver, J. H. McLean, 9 '65 m. at $60; cook and steward, H. Free 
man, 11 ' 82 in. at $35 

Firemen at $28 per m. : Michael Collins, $336 ; Daniel Gannavan, $336 

Seaman at $25 per m.: Wm. Bowers, $83.35; Peter Brow, $4.11; Thos. E. 
Cann, $100; James Dalton, $35.68; Henry L. Johnson, $238.62; James 
Long, $236 .16; Hugh MoMannus, $30 . 41 ; James O'Brien, $240 . 27 ; Roder- 
ick Robertson, $236.16 ; Robt. Tanner, $100 

Winchman, Robt. Tanner, 563 m. at $25 

Pilot : J. K. Hatfield, 92 d. at $2 ; Chas. F. Martin, 26 d. at $3 ; Daniel 
Smith, 40 d. at $2.50 ... 

Painters at 25c. per hr.: E. M. Bowes, $13.50 ; G. Bowes, $13. 5 ) 

Painters at 20c. per hour : F. Bailey, $8.80 ; H. Baylis, $10.80 ; J. Baylis, $10.80 ; 

C. Bell, $10.80; H. Bellfontaine, $12.80; J. Bellfontaine, $7; S. Berry- 
man, $10.80 ; G. Cole, $10.80 ; N. Craig, $12.80 ; H. Drysdale, $10.80 ; F. 
Fosom, $8.80; P. Trider, $10.80; W. Hunt, $10.80; D. Moore. $8.80; 

D. Murphy, $8.80 ; W. Nichols, $10.80 ; B. Sellers, $6.80 ; J. Strum, $8.80; 
F. Walker, $10.80 ; .1. Walker, $7 ; C. Wambolt, $12.80 

Acadia Coal Co., Acadia steam coal, 144 tons at $2.30 

Adams A. W. : Am. manilla, 276 lbs. at 14c. ; cartage, 15c 

Allan Edward : butter, 178^ lbs. at 20c; sugar, 450 lbs. at Uc; lard, 128 lbs. at 
10c; tea, 30 lbs. at 35c; coffee, 30 lbs. at 40c; vegetables, $20.19; sun- 
dries, $61.88 .. 

Anderson W. Chas., groceries and provisions, $45.24; Armstrong E. H., gro- 
ceries, $31.25 ; 

Austen Bros : lard oil, 45 galls, at 90c; 88f lbs. packing, $32.58 ; sundries, $16.40 

Baker L. B., Springhill coal, 13489 tons at $3.60. .... . 

Black Bros. & Co.: boiled oil, 45 galls, at 55c; white zinc, 200 lbs. at 8Jc.; sun- 
dry hardware, $69.22 

Brown Henry : beef, 220i lbs. at 10c, sundries, $4.85 

Brown P. & Son, 1 year rent of store at Pictou N.S 

Burrell-Johnson Iron Co. : 1 -8 ft. gear, per agreement, $134 ; 4 brass teeth, 5l£ 
lbs. at 25c ; 1 (double speed) gear, $10 ; smithwork, 9h hrs. at 50c ; machine 
work, 65^ hrs. at 40c, 54| hrs. at 30c; sundry hardware, $77.38; express 
and freight, 80c 

Davidson Wm. : boiler maker and blacksmiths time, 24 d. at $3 ; helpers, 31f d. 
at $2, 7^ d. at $1 ; steel plate, 558 lbs. at 4c ; hardware, $17 . 43 

Davis Benjamin : 3 ventilators and 2 fan tops, &c 

DeWolf T. A. S. & Son : White's cement, 36 brls. at $2.85 ; 100 fire brick, $2. . 

Dominion Paint Co. : Anti-fouling composition, 4 cans at $40; Anti-corrosive, 
4 cans at $30 ; methylated spirits, 5 galls, at $1.70 

Earl, Geo. R.: groceries and supplies, $31.55 ; laundry, $1.20 

Fraser, Jas. A., groceries and provisions 

Gridley, H. A.: machine work, 38 h. at 40c,; iron, 131^ lbs. at 2c 

Halifax Graving Dock Co.: dockage, $484.84 ; splitting blocks and extra labour 
in preparing ship for dredge, $22 

Harvey, Chas. H. : potatoes, 11 brls., $19.50 ; mixed vegetables, $10.75 

Hemlow, Geo. A., beef, 1,708 lbs. at 10c; Hillis, Jas. & Son, smithwork, &c 
$10.45 

Howell, W. W. & Co.: smithwork, 326i hrs. at 60c ; machine work, 8 d. at $4, 
5d. at $3.50, 94 hrs. at 50c, 119 hrs. at 45c, 154 hrs. at 33^c, 2 hrs. at 35c, 
27 hrs. at 20c; steel bucket pans, 78 at $2.25 ; castings, 974 lbs. at 4c, 343 
lbs. at 3ic; steel plate, 402 lbs. at 4c ; lowmoor iron, 220 lbs. at 7^c; ref. iron, 
926 lbs. at 3c; hardware, $28.22; less old iron, 600 lbs. at lc; castings, 
1,664| lbs., $20.92 

I. C. Ry., freight charges 



Carried forward 



Dredging. 

$ cts. 
49,753 93 

81 28 
281 04 

101 89 



973 30 
850 00 

S19 32 

560 00 



1,086 42 
95 55 

362 00 



331 20 

38 79 



173 27 

76 49 

69 80 
485 61 

108 87 
26 90 
60 00 



282 11 



4 85 


288 50 

32 75 

33 29 
17 83 


'30'25 


181 25 



691 51 
19 20 



57,928 20 



Q-206 



AUDITOR GENERA US REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dredge " St. Laurence " — Continued. 



Brought forward 



at ^c. 



81; ker. 



cast 



Judge & O'Mara : water, 5,500 galls, at \c, 5,500 galls 

Killaui Bros., Springhill coal, 115 '7 tons at 83.60 

Killam, Win. A.: codfish, 598 lbs. at 4c; halibut, 267f lbs. at 10c 

Lange & Reynolds : butter, 102 lbs. at 20c; milk, 198 qts. at 6c, 6 cans, 

oil, 46*44 galls, at 22c; laundry, 81.90 ; sundries, 873.92 

Leaman, J. A. & Co.: beef, ~ r 2 lbs. at 8c; pork, 116^ lbs. at 8c 

Lloyds, E. C. , telegrams and postage 

Longard Bros. : smithwork, 8| d. at 85; machine work, 10"11 d. at 84 

brass flanges, 36 lbs. at 40c; sundry hardware, 861.07 

Lovitt & Lovitt : linoleum, 23 yds. at 81 ; sundry paint and furniture, 861.94. . . 

Maling, W. A. & Co.: beef, 636 lbs. at 8c; ham and pork, 74 lbs., $6.43 

Marshall, D. A.: beef, 235 lbs. at 10c; vegetables, $4.90 

Martin, Chas., piloting dredge from Halifax to Pictou 

Meagher & Doherty : beef, 194 lbs. at 10c; fish and vegetables, $8.78. 

Munro, Hugh, repairing jib, labour and material, $11.65 ; McAvity, T. & Sons, 

1 wheelbarrow, 810 

McKinnon, N. S., piloting dredge from Yarmouth to Halifax y 

McNabb, Colin & Co. , groceries and provisions 

Parker. Eakins & Co.: brls. flour, 832.75 ; lard oil, 48i galls, at 66c; 200 lbs. 

cod, S7 ; Am. oil, 41 65 galls, at 18c; sundries, $7.75 

Patterson, D. : butter, 62 lbs. at 18c ; sundries, $28.43 

Peveril, C. E., meat and vegetables 

Roche's Wharf, dockage, December 10, 1898 to 9th May, 1899, 138 d. at 81 ... . 

Roche, Wm. : Acadia steam coal, 56*77 tons at 83.30, 44i tons at 83.10. 

Ryan, John F. : beef, 523 lbs. at 8c ; pork, 36 lbs., $3.08 

Scott, James & Co., groceries and provisions 

Siteman, Jos. R., 4 brls. flour, $24.25 ; sundries, 833.38 

Yarmouth Steamship Co., water, 4,400 galls, at 36c per 100 galls .- 

Young, G. & J.: carpenter work, 45| d. at $2.70 ; birch, 383 ft. at 3c; 250 wedges 

at 3c ; bolts and spikes, 82.25 

Hardware, 86.05 ; truckage, 87.20 ; water, 88 ; laundry, 89.50 ; travel and outlay, 

810.85 ; provisions, 88.06 ; freight, 82.50 , 

New Claim Shell Dredge (81,775.08). 

Master and engineer, Fred. McFadyen, '329 m. at 860 ; 232 d. at $1.50 

Master of tug, Chas. F. Estey, '329 m. at 835 ; engineer, James Bree, '329 m. at 835 

Firemen, John Malloy, '297 m. at 825 ; Chas. W. Mayes, 11 d. at $1.50 

Watchman, John O'Brien, '297 m. at $25 

Charge of scows, John Anderson, '362 m. at $60 

Deckhands at $25 a month: Thos. Coward, $7.40; Michael Riley, 87.40; 

Maurice Rutledge, $7.40 ; A. Slipp, $17.26 

Scowmen at 825 a month: John Anderson, $7.40; Rankin McKay, $7.40; 

Alfred Porr, $7.40 ; James White, $7.40 

Adams, A. W: Am. manilla, 203 lbs. at 14c, 567 lbs. at 13c; life jackets, 6 at 

81.50 ; 2 life buoys and lines, $10.20, leads, $1.10 ; cartage, 75c 

Allan, C. B. : 1 fisherman range and pipe, &c, $25; hardware, $30.21 . . 

Anderson, John : board, 13 men, 8^ days each, $46.02 ; paid for use of scow, $10 
Barry, John J. : engine oil, 28i galls, at 55c; plumbago chain grease, 100 lbs. 

at 9|c; coal oil, &c, 83.25 

Campbell, John, hardware and lumber, $15.32; Chapman, J., coal, 5 chid, at 

83.50 

Chestnut, R,, & Sons : rope, 65 lbs. at 18c, 370 lbs. at 12£c; sundries, $5.90 

Gilman Bros, and Burden, 1 boarding Jiouse boat, 50 ft. long, 10 ft. wide 

Griffith, P., 1 pr. 15 ft. boat oars with irons, &c 

Haley Bros. & Co. : sundry lumber, $13.97 ; truckage, 60c 

Jewett, E. L. : services of tug " Cricket, " from 21st to 30th June, $50 ; towage 

of dredge from Gibson^wharf to Indian Town, $60 ; labour on dredge and 

scows, 1\ d. at $1.30 

Manchester, Robertson & Allison, furniture 

Morrison, John F. , Springhill coal, 8| tons at $3 . 75 

Macaulay Bros. & Co. : blankets, 6 pis. at $1.90 ; sundries, $13.23 

McAvity, T., & Sons : foundry work. 1\\ hrs. at 40c ; No. 3 duck, 102 yds. at 22c ; 

Garlock packing, 22| lbs. at 80c; 1x4 ply steam hose, 50 ft. at 47c; 1-3-in. 

brass expansion joint, $14.40; 1-4-in. Keystone ratchet, $13.20; 1 p. w. 

anvil, 100 lbs. at 13k; 1 forge, $25; 1-1 ton Weston block, $12.25; 1 set 

W. and R. taps and dies, \ to 1, 825 ; 1 pipe stock, dies and cutter, 812.65 ; 

2 doz. shovels, assorted, $15.10 ; 1 steel wheelbarrow, $10; sundry, $180.18. 

Carried forward 



Dredging. 



$ cts. 
57,928 20 

41 25 

416 52 

50 70 

91 02 
71 08 
49 76 



84 94 
22 11 

28 40 
35 00 

28 18 

21 65 

35 00 



87 00 
39 59 



138 00 
325 30 
44 92 
53 92 
29 02 
15 84 



52 16 



367 73 

23 02 

23 90 

7 40 

21 70 

39 46 

29 60 



123 18 

55 21 

56 02 


28 68 


32 82 
63 85 
35 00 
41 25 
14 57 


119 75 

20 70 
32 83 
24 03 



413 88 



61,284 74 



Repairs. 



$ cts . 
6,559 44 



28 30 

160 07 

35 20 



29 36 



12 41 



28 61 
144 77 



6,998 16 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-207 



New < lam Shell Dredge — Continued. 



Dredging. 



Brought forward, 



McFadyen, Fred. , sundry outlay 

McFarlane, Thompson & Anderson : 1 cook stove, $16 ; pipe, &c., 60c 

Mac-Lean, A. B., & Co.: cylinder and engine oil, $7.50; hardware, $7.50; 

freight, 48c 

Perkins & Belyea, labour in fitting up sleeping rooms, 9 d. at $2.50 

Steamer "Dingo," towing dredge, and 3 scows from Indiantown to Springhill 
Hardware, 820.48 ; provisions, §4.15 ; towage, $3 ; labour, $13.96 



Charged to Dredging : St. John Office. 

Superintendent, W. J. McCordock, 12 m. to June 30 

Clerks : T. H. Adams, 12 m. to June 30 at $80 ; D. H. Waterbury, 12 m. to 

June 30 at $90 

Adams, T. H., travel and sundry outlay 

McCordock, W. J., supt. : postage and telegrams, $77.49; treight and express, 

$18.21 ; travel and sundry outlay, $299.15 

N. B. Telephone Co., rent of telephone, 12 m. to Dec. 1, 1899 

Waterbury, D. H., clerk, travel and sundry expenses . , 

Western Union Tel. Co. , telegrams 

Wlietsel, Mrs. R., ice, 7* m. at $1 55 

Washing, 8^ doz. towels at 60c. each ; telegrams, $8.83 ; stationery, $1.75 ... . 



Removing Shoal at Upper Salmon River: Apl. 28- June 13, 
1899 [$250). 

Foreman, Leonard Martin, 19 d. at $2 ; less, $5.99 unauthorized expenditure. . 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : David Brown 65, John Cameron 7, Caleb Dowling 
1U, Isaiah Elliott 7, John Fletcher 6£, Pringle Kelly 6£, Russel Kelly 11, 
Hamilton Kyle 12i, And. Livingstone 7, Owen Martin 7, Hugh McLaughlin 
5i, D. A. McQuaid 2i, A. C. Smye 1| 

Labourer at $1 : Edw. "Rossiter, 15 days at $1 ... 

Labourers, days at 60c. : D. Mullin 2, John McLaughlin 10|, Chas. Rossiter 8, 
Male . Rossiter 8 .... 

Man, team and scraper, John Kelly, 18 d. at $3 

Cart and carter, Pringle Kelly, 6| d. at $1.50 

Martin, Leonard : boards and plank, 1,000 ft., $4 : 10 lbs. spikes, 40c 



Dredging, Maritime Provinces : Sundry Expenses 

Canadian Express Co., charges 

( Jueen's Printer's account 

Stationery Department 

Less — Credits as under 



Credits to Dredging, Maritime Provinces. 

I. C. Ry., dredge "St. Lawrence'' at deep water terminus at Halifax, N.S., 

£ ' MOct. 25-Nov. 21, 1898, 24 d. at $75 ; dredge " Geo. McKenzie " at Port Mul 
grave terminus, May 10-17, 1899, 7 d. at $50; tug "Shannon," 7 d. at $25 
dredge "St. Lawrence" at Picton, May 15-29, 1899, 1333 d. at $75 

Commissioners of sewerage, Charlottetown, P.E.I. , dredge "Prince Edward' 
at Pownal Slip Nov. 12-28, 1898, 1\ d. at $50 

X. H. Murchie, " New Dominion " May 30- June 1, 1899, 2 d. at $50 

Dredge " Challenge "— ($6 t 85L4$). 

Engineer at $80 a month : R. B. Smith, July 1-Nov. 17, Apl. 23- June 30 

Cranesman at $50 a month : P. O'Connor, July 1-Nov. 17, Apl. 23- June 30 

Firemen at $30 a month : C. A. Cameron, 4'0l' id.; F. <i. Rowland, 1"75 in. . . . 

Deckhands at $25 a month : C. A. Cameron, 19 m.; W. Dyson. '72 m.; Jos. 

O'Shea, 4 71 m.; J. M. Sutherland, 4 36 in. : N. Sweet, 4 m 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
61,264 74 

28 73 
16 60 

15 48 

22 50 
75 00 
41 59 



2,000 00 



2,010 00 


31 00 


394 85 


35 00 


70 60 


166 78 


11 63 


15 68 



32 01 



.18 12 
15 00 


17 10 

54 00 

9 37 

4 40 



4 70 
94 65 

84 68 



66,6(54 21 
3,787 25 



62,876 96 



3,324 75 

362 50 
100 00 



Repairs. 



3,787 25 



417 37 
260 85 
151 94 

299 52 



1,129 68 



$ eta. 
6,998 16 



6,998 16 



6,998 16 



127 99 
79 99 
39 03 

92 74 



339 75 



Q-208 



AUDITOR GENERA US REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dredge " Challenge « — Conclu ltd. 



Brought forward 



Scowmen at $25 a month : M. Mcintosh, 3 "24 m.; N. Sweet, '71 m 

Cook at $30 a month : Geo. Gregory, July 1-Nov. 17, May 3- June 30 

Tug wheelsman at $50 a month : Dan Mclver, July 1-Nov. 17, Apl. 22-June 30 
Tug engineer at $50 a month : J. H. Brennan, Aug. 11 -Nov. 17, May 3- June 30 

Tug fireman at $30 a month : A. Dyson, July 1-Nov. 17, May 3- June 30 

Caretaker at $30 a month, Dan Mclver, Nov. 18-Apl. 21 

Anderson W. R., Collingwood : 1 sett firebricks, $4; boiler repairs, $7.05 . . , 

Barber Chas., Meaford : new stay rod, $4.50 ; sundry repairs, $18.17 

Brennan J. H.: railway fare, Collingwood to Kingsville, $8.95; Midland to 

Sorel, $8.85 ; hotel expenses and outlay, $6.50 

Bryson Graham & Co., Ottawa, mattrasses, 7 at $3.50 

Cavanagh Ed. Co., Montreal : boiler compound, 166 lbs. at 10c; freight 75c, 

Charleson W. G., Ottawa, paint, 800 lbs. at 4c 

Cleland Bros & Co., Meaford : cord wood, 6 cords at $4.25, 22 at $3.25, 31^ at 

$2.75 ; coal, steam, 148| tons at $4.75, chestnut, lh tons at $7 ; sundry items 

$38.48 

Collingwood Dry Dock Co.: labour of carpenter, $3.20 ; lumber, $17.39 

Dey R. S., Collingwood, repairs, $40.58 ; Dixon H., Collingwood, repairs, $10.93 

Gall-Schneider Co., light filtered cyl. oil, 25 47 galls, at 60c 

Gregory Geo., Meaford : boarding crew, July 1-Nov. 16, May 15- June 30, $643.92 ; 

laundry, $22.54 ; railway fare, Collingwood to Midland, $2.65 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg. Co., Toronto : 1-in. 4 ply hose, 175 tt. at 25c; 

box and packing, $6.41 

Hanly J. Bruce, Midland, smith work 

Henderson J., Collingwood : asbestos, 44 lbs. at 15c; sundry items, $44.38 

Hclvor Daniel, Collingwood : railway fare, Midland to Goderich, $6.20 ; hotel 

expenses, $2.75 . . . . 

O'Connor P.: railway fare, Collingwood to Ottawa, $10.65 ; board, $3 

Pamphrey M. J., Collingwood, painting 

Playfair Jas. & Co., Midland: coal, hard, 2 04 tons at $7, soft, 10 tons at $4; 

hardwood, 61i cords at $2.75; 6 pes. timber, 1,120 ft. at $12; services tug 

" Winataga,""50 d. at $19 

Queen City Oil Co., Ottawa: engine oil, 23 galls, at 45c; yellow chain grease, 

507 lbs. at 4c 

Smith R. B., Ottawa : railway fare, Ottawa to Collingwood and return, $21.35 ; 

board, Apl. 23-May 15, $12 ; freight and wharfage, $16.47 

Thompson A., Meaford, inspector : 81 d. at $2 ; sundry outlay, $3.13 

Toner & Gregory, Collingwood, hard coal, 20 39 tons at $6 

Watts Wm. & Son, Collingwood, 1 yawl boat 

8 payments each under $7 : railway fares, $13.15 ; 500 ft. dressed lumber, $5.25 ; 

repairs to clock, $3 ; sundry items $6.73 



Dredge " Nipissing" ($6,703.68). 

Engineer at $80 a month : D. Matheson, July 1-Dec 1, April 17-June 30 

Cranesman at $50 a month : Colin Mclvor, July 1-Dec. 1, May 15- June 30 

Fireman at $30 a month : J. W. Coleman, July 1-Dec. 1, April 20-June 30 

Deckhands at $25 a month : A. Cousineau, July 1-Dec. 1, $125.43; E. Kehoe. 

July 1-Dec 1, May 14-June 30, $163.74 ; L. Paquette, May 4- June 30, $47.18. 
Scowmen at $25 a month : D. Henessey, June 7-30, $20; L. Paquette, July 1- 

Dec 1, $125.43 

Cooks at $30 a month : C. Williams, July 1-Dec. 1, May 16-20, $155.36; J. 

Western, June 7-30, $24 

Tug-wheelsman, Jas. Hunter, tug-engineer, Jno. McNeil, at $50 a month : 

July 1-Dec. 1, April 1-May 10, May 25- June 30, each $378.27 

Tug-fireman at $30 a month : Jas. McKendry, July 1-Dec 1, April 21-May 10, 

May 25-June 30 

Watchman at $40 a month : C. Williams, Dec. 1-April 15 

Carpenter, L. Lessard, 34d. at $2 ; blacksmith, J. Finney, 20J h. at 35c 

Machinists : J. Ferguson, 5 d. at $2 ; C. Williams, 82 m. at $50 

Allen W. L. & Co., Cobourg: iron, 292 lbs. at 7c, 1,470 lbs. at 2£c, 81 lbs. 

$3.31 ; steel, 214 lbs. at 5c ; sundry items, $5.95 

Beattv M. & Sons, Welland : 1 65 x 8 swinging engine 

Blow E. R., Whitby : soft coal, 3/96 tons at $3.40 

Cavanagh Ed. Co., Montreal : boiler compound, 176 lbs. at 10c ; freight, 62c . . 

Charleson W. G., Ottawa : paint, 1 ,000 lbs. at 4c 

Crosse a Car Co., Cobourg : castings, 575 lbs at 3c : foundry work,$16.36 



Carried forward . 



Dredging. 



$ cts, 
1,129 68 

68 57 
156 52 
260 85 
194 72 
156 52 
133 00 



22 67 

24 30 
24 50 
17 35 



939 18 



15 28 
635 21 



50 16 

48 83 



8 95 
13 65 



1,186 85 
30 63 

49 82 
165 13 
122 32 

40 00 



19 88 



521 37 

325 85 
195 52 

326 67 

145 43 

179 36 

624 28 

187 29 

160 00 

76 18 



77 15 



13 45 
18 22 



33 61 
,397 95 



Repairs. 

$ cts. 
339 75 

30 10 
38 06 
81 66 
63 43 
38 06 
21 00 
11 05 



32 00 



20 59 
51 51 



33 90 



50 98 



17 50 



8 25 

76 04 

25 52 

9 68 

132 26 

19 68 

20 00 

50 86 

590 00 

40 00 



1,801 88 



. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-209 



Dredge M Nipissing " — Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Fitzgerald M., Oakville, coal : lump, 4472 tons at $3 "50 ; stove, 2 tons at $4.50. 

Forest O., Ottawa : 1-in. wire cable, 150 ft. at 25c 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., Toronto: 4 ply hose, 50 ft. of f-in. at 12c, 75 ft. 
of 14-in. at 37 .jC ; packing, 83^ lbs. at 22c, 7^ at 50c ; sundry, 64c 

Harper Major &. Son, Whitby : smith work 

Killey Beckett Engine Co., Hamilton : brass castings, 63 lbs. at 30c. ; cast steel, 
102 lbs. at 17c ; iron, 80 lbs. at 7c, 715 at 3c ; 1 reversing lever, $20 ; steel, 
359 lbs. at 5c. ; labour, boilermaker, 548i h. at 35c, fitter, 320^ h. at 30c, 
helpers, 215 h. at 20c, forging, 18 h. at 50c, patternmaker, 59 h. at 35c, 
blacksmith work, $28.60 ; cartage, $4.50 ; sundry items, $42.16 

King S. S„ Hamilton : hauling out, blocking up and launching dredge 

Marsh & Henthorn, Belleville : lowmoor iron, 65 lbs. at 7c ; forging cold shut 
links, m h. at 60c 

Matheson D. : travelling expenses and sundry outlay $82.75 ; board, 10 men 15 
d. 5 men 26 d., 3 men 22 d., 2 men 9 d., at $10 a m. per man ; 87 meals at 15c ; 
washing, $4 . 50 

McClennan & Co., Bowanville, soft coal, 80 '65 tons at $3.70 ; cartage, 50c 

Mcllwraith Thos., Hamilton : dockage, $12.50 ; coal, egg, 3'6 tons at $5.25, soft 
3-34 tons at $3.50, 7549 tons at $3.25 



McNeill John : railway fare, Hamilton to Ottawa, $7.65 ; repairing machinery, 
Feb. U-Mar. 31, 41 d. at $2 

Norman & Evans, Lockport, N. Y., castings, 485 lbs. at 4|c 

Pope E. & Co., Hamilton : chairs, 12 at 77c ; 1 spring, $2.25 

Queen City Oil Co. , Ottawa : engine oil, 25 galls, at 45c ; yellow chain grease, 
225 lbs, at 4c 

Robertson Bros., Hamilton : boiled oil, 13 galls, at 60c ; lumber, 1,372 ft., 
$39.23; oakum, 4 bales at $3 . 50 ; resin pitch, 3 brls. at $4.25; varnish, H 
galls, at $4 ; labour, carpenters, 19 d. at $2, 6 d. at $1.50, caulkers, 66 d. at 
$2.25, labourers, 8 d. at $1.50 ; sundry items, $52.32 

Williams Chas. : board, 10 men, July 1-Dec 1, 6 men, May 15-20, at $10 a month 
per man, $513.34, extra meals, 34 at 15c ; washing linen &c, $24.20 

Worth Richard, Bowman ville : coal oil, 15 galls, at 23c ; sundries, $13 .65 

14 payments each under $10 : railway fares, $39.20; labour of machinist, 4 d. 
at $2 ; 50 lbs. tallow at 8c ; 2 boat-hooks at $1.50 ; sundry, $21.85 



Dredge " No. 9 " and Tug " Del isle » (810,518.76). 



Captain at $80 a month : Win. Smith, July 1-Dec. 18 

Engineer at $70 a month : Jas. Ferguson, July 1-Nov. 18 

Mate at $35 a month : W. H. Ellis, July 1-Nov. 18 

Firemen, July 1-Nov. 18, at $30 a month each : H. Beaton, Geo. Green 

Sailors at $25 a month ; C. Doyle, Sept. 16-Nov.l8, $52.50 ; J no. Garland, July 
1-Nov. 18, $114.59 ; G. Harvey, 23 d., $19.17 ; Jas. O'Hagan, July 1-Sept. 
15, $62.09 ; Jno. Reid, July 1-Sept. 7, $55.64 ; C. State, 7 d., $5.83 ; Elford 
Wray, July 1-Nov. 18, $114.59 

Cook at $30 a month : J. J. Walsh, July 1-Nov. 18 

Asst. cooks at $10 a month : Geo. Clark, $15.33 ; Jno. Ewing, $1.29 ; Ed. Kain, 
$12.90 ; C. Marcel, $10.39 ; A. St. Louis, $2 ' 

Tug-wheelsmen at $50 a month : Jno. Cousins, July 1-Nov. 18, $229.19 ; C. Wil- 
liams, May 20-June 15, $45 

Tug-engineers at $50 a month: Wrn. Vigars, July 1-Nov. 18, $229.19; R. 
Matheson, May 15-June 15, $52.42 

Tug-firemen at $30 a month : D. Cooney, Sept. 19-Nov. 18, $60; Fred Fair, July 
1-Sept. 18, $77.51 

Tug-sailors at $25 a month : Jno. Adams, $26.91; G. L. Allan, $112.09; W. 
Cassidy, $42.50 ; Jno. Drummond, $43.54 : Geo. State, $25 

Watchman at $25 a month : A. Perras, July 1-Nov. 18 

Caretaker at $15 a month : Basil Guerard, Dec. 14-May 22 

Ship carpenter, A. Humby, July 1-Nov. 18, 961; d. at $2 50 

Coaling up plant after working hours, tons at 30c : J. Adams 14 "7, G. L. Allan 
49 3, L. Bolduc2, Win. Cassidy 6J, Win. Cattanach 19f, D. Cooney 12i, 
Jno. Cousins 49 3, E. Delesmore 39£, C. Dovle 15 1, Jno. Drummond 28A, 
W. H. Ellis 50-4, Fred Fair 36 8, Jno. Garland 50 4, Geo. Harvey 15 1, W. 
Huckabone 22|, E. Lilljohn 12±, T. C. McDermand 12£, Jas. O'Hagan 35 "3, 
Jno. Reid 35 3, M. Reid 12^, P. Tenyck 3i»i, Wm. Vigars 49 3, Alex. Webb 
27, Elford Wray 504 



Dredging. 



$ cts 
8,397 95 

165 50 



56 69 
10 50 



28 15 



12 05 

220 82 
298 88 

288 41 

7 65 



1 — 14Q 



Carried forward. 



11 49 
20 25 

4 20 

542 64 
17 10 

60 05 



446 71 
320 87 
160 43 
275 02 



424 41 
137 51 

41 91 

274 19 

281 61 

137 51 

250 04 

114 59 

78 15 

240 62 



205 54 
13,531 44 



Repairs. 



$ cts.. 
1,801 88 

37150 



509T16 
110 00 



82 00 
21 82 



335 40 



16 00 



2,913 76 



Q— 210 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 189S-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dredge " No. 9 " and Tug •« Delisle "—Concluded. 



Brought forward . 



Taking out machinery of dredge " No. 9" : days at $1.75, Jno. Cousins 12, W. 
H. Ellis 4, M. Reid 21, U. Richmond 18 ; days at $1.50, C. Carlson 1|, .Jos. 
Chardak 4, Geo. Green 7, E. Hendrickson li, P. Howe 18, C. Lafortune 14, 
Alex. McComber 12, A. Perra* 22, S. Prova 13| , W. Slipper 17|, S. Webb 
13| ; Jas. Ferguson, railway fare Port Arthur to Hamilton $28.75, travel 
$2 . 40, services 22 d. at $70 a m. $50 . 58 ; Geo. Green, steamer fare Port 
Arthur to Goderich $8, meals $2.70 ; Wm. Vigars, 3 d. at $2 

Caulkers, days at $2.50 : J. C. McDonald 6£, D. Peters 5, T. M. Reid 5 

Taking tug "Delisle" from Port Arthur to Kingston : I). Cooney, fireman 24i 
d. at $1 . 50, passage from Kingston to Port Arthur $12 . 90 ; Jas. Ferguson, 
engineer, 24 d. at $2, railway fare, Kingston to Hamilton $5.25, Hamilton 
to Port Arthur, $17.85; J. F. Foote, pilot, 19 d. at $3, railway fare Kings- 
ton to Owen Sound $9, passage from Owen Sound to Port Arthur $9 ; A. St. 
Louis, fireman 24i d. at $1.50, passage from Kingston to Port Arthur $12.90. 

Campbell J. T., Fort "William, smithwork 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co. freight: dredge material from Port Arthur to Sorel, 333,520 
lbs. at 60c. ; sundry, $3.47 

Crawford R., Kingston, soft coal, 738 tons at $3.60 

Cuddy-Mullen Coal Co., Amherstburg, coal, 28 tons at $2.93 

Davis' Dry Dock Co., Kingston, dock dues 

Graham Wm. M., Fort William, inspector : 11 d. at $3; railway fare, Sault 
Ste. Marie to Fort William, $10; telegrams $1.25 

Kemp Geo., Sault Ste. Marie, soft coal, 20' 15 tons at $2.40 

Kingston Graving Dock, dock dues, 45 tons, 2 d. at $20 , 

Macdonald N., Fort William : services of dredge "Arthur," tug " Herbert, " and 
scows, June 21-30, 83^ h. at $8 •. 

Marks, Clavet, Dobie Co., Port Arthur: f-in. rope, 151 lbs. at 15c; sundry, $3.80. 

Matheson R., Ottawa : railway fare, Ottawa to Port Arthur, $32.45; travel, $3.75. 

Murphy Jas., Fort William, loading coal, 55 tons at 25c 

McKelvey & Birch, Kingston, painters' supplies 

North Shore Timber Co., Port Arthur, services of tug " Siskiwit " and crew, 
July 12-Nov. 11, 3995 m. at $400 

Piper, W. S., Fort William : coal oil, 84 galls, at 30c. ; supplies, $20.73 

Raney, Selby & Co., Kingston, stern-bearing and exhaust pipe : brass, 24 lbs. at 
40c. ; fitting, 30 h. at 30c. ; 2 elbows, $6.50 ; sundry, $8.40 

Rowe Jos., Port Arthur : taking machinery out of dredge, 18 d. at $1.50 

Smith Wm., Ottawa : passage, Fort William to Sault Ste. Marie and return, 
$18 ; board and lodging, $15.50 ; railway fare, Port Arthur to Ottawa, 
$34.35, sleeper, $5.50 ; travel and sundry outlay, $27.50 

Vigars & Co., Port Arthur : pine, 2,005 ft. at $15 ; less, 1 pc. oak, $2 .... 

Walsh J. J., Port Arthur, boarding men at $12 a month : 22 men, July 1-Sept. 
7, Sept. 15-Oct. 15, $857.90 ; 21 men, Sept. 7-15, $63 ; 17 men, Oct. 15-Nov. 
15, $204 ; 15 men, Nov. 15-18, $18; crew of tug " Siskiwit, " 5 men, 27 d., 
$52.25 ; washing allowance, \\ m. at $5 ; taking machinery out of dredge, 
6 d. at $1.50 

Wells & Emmerson, Port Arthur : coal oil, 34 galls, at 30c. ; oakum, 50 lbs. at 
9c. ; 1 oil stove, $7.50 ; supplies, $37.86 , 

Williams Chas., Ottawa, railway fare Hamilton to Port Arthur, $33.05 ; meals 
on train $2.25 

Woodside Bros., Port Arthur smithwork, etc 

4 payments each under $10 : 52 lbs. grease at 15c. ; 350 ft. pine, $5.43 ; 1 pr. 
diver's rubber mittens, $6 ; sundry, 50c 



Dredging. 



$ cts. 
13,531 44 



Dredge " Ontario » ($7,928.34). 

Engineer at $80 a month : R. Gavin, July 1-Dec. 1, Apl. 1-June 30 ........ . 

Cranesman at $50 a month : G. Morin, July 1-Dec. 1, Apl. 7-Jun* 30 

Fireman at $30 a month : H. Coyle, July 1-Dec. 1, Apl. 8-June 30 

Deck hands at $25 a month ; F. Graveline, Apl., $24.60 ; D. Ireland, July 1- 

Dec. 1, June 14-30, $139.60 ; F. McCaffery, Apl. 8-15, $6.67 ; A. McLatchie, 

July 1-Dec. 1, Apl. 6-June 9, $178.76 ; G. West, June 14-30, $14.17 

Scowmen at $25 a month : E. Bernard, July 1-Dec. 1, $125.43 ; F. McCaffery, 

Apl. 28-May 31, $28.23 ; D. G. Neigh, June 24-30, $5.83 

Scowman, C. Barber, 12 d. at $1 ; carpenter, A. Hepburn, 2J d. at $1.75 

Cook at $30 a month : A. Barron, July 1-Dec. 1, Apl. 7-June 30 

Tug- wheelsmen at $50 a month : F. Graveline, July 1-Nov. 15, June, $274.19 ; J. 

Hunter, May 11-24, $22.58 

Tug-engineers at $50 a month : F. McCaffery, June, $50 ; R. McCrudden, July 

1-Nov. 15, $224.19 ; J. McNeil, May 11-24, $22.58 

Carried forward 



382 17 
40 63 



245 45 

30 48 

2,004 59 
26 57 
82 04 



44 25 

48 36 



668 00 
26 45 
36 20 
13 75 



1,598 06 
45 93 



Repairs. 



27 00 


100 85 

28 07 


1,226 65 


60 06 


35 30 
54 92 


19 73 


521 37 
325 85 
195 52 


311 70 


134 49 

16 38 

195 52 


288 71 


288 71 


22,655 20 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-211 



Dredge " Ontario »» — Continued. 



Brought forward . 



Tug-firemen at $30 a month: F. McCafferv, July l-Dec. 1, $150.52; J. 
McKendry, May 11-24, $13.55 ; A. McLatchie, June 10-30, $21 

Machinist, Jas. Ferguson, Feb. 16-Apl. 10, 45 d. at $2 

Barron Alex. : railway fare, Hamilton to Amherstburg, $5.75; board, 10 men, 
July 1-Nov. 25, May 11-June 30, 6 men, Nov. 26-29, 8 men, Nov. 30-Dec. 
1, 7 men, May 1-10, at $10 a month per man, $685.37 ; washing linen etc., 
$26.04 

Beatty M. & Sons, Welland, 1 steel turntable. 

Bernard E., Amherstburg, railway fare, Valleyfield to Amherstburg 

Carter Bros., Port Colborne : use of tug "Alert, " 16 d. at $15 ; assistance of 
tug "Golden City " from Port Stanley to Port Colborne $125; coal, 18 tons 
at $3.15 ; hire of boat, $8 

Cavanagh Ed. Co., Montreal : boiler compound, 195 lbs. at 10c. ; freight, 70c 

Charleson, W. G., Ottawa, paint, 1000 lbs. at 4c 

Ellison Arthur, Port Stanley, elm, 472 ft. at $18; 140 at $16 

Fraser John, Amherstburg, pine, 1024 ft. at $14, 240 at $11 

•Gall-Schneider Oil Co. : light filtered cyl. oil, 25 '03 galls, at 60c. ; cyl. grease, 3( 
lbs. net at 15c , 

Gaviu R., Ottawa : railway fare, Hamilton to Ottawa, $9.50; sundry travel and 
outlay, $36.27 .' 

Goodhue W. H., Port Stanley : painting sign, $4 ; supplies, $20.51 

Graveline F., Jordan : railway fare, Jordan to Montreal, $8.20, Montreal to 
Cornwall, $1 .20 ; travel outlay $1 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., Toronto : f-in. 4 ply hose, 50 ft. at 19c. ; packing, 
45j lbs. at 22c, 2'1 lbs. at 50c. ; sundry items, 64c 

Hunter Jas., Hamilton, repairing dredge, Feb. 14-Mar. 31, 1*5 m. at $50 . . 

Hutchinson Wm., Port Dalhousie, coal : soft, 132 '9 tons at $3.25 ; hard, 1 ton, 
$5 . 50 ; stove, 1 " 05 tons at $5 ; sundry 75c , 

Killey Beckett Engine Co., Hamilton: castings, 907 lbs. at 3^c; steel, 1,104£ 
lbs. at 5c; steel plate, 1,495 lbs. at 3c; cast steel, 206 lbs. at 17c ; labour, 
boilermakers, 618i h. at 35c, helpers, 327 h. at 20c, fitters, 91 h. at 30c, 
forging, 137 h. at 50c, blacksmith work, $19; teaming, $11.50; sundry 
items, $38.29 

King, S. S., Hamilton, hauling out, blocking up and launching dredge 

Lemay, Louis, Amherstburg, smithwork 

L. E. and D. R. R. Co., Walkerville, coal: lump, 138 tons at $3.50; anthracite, 
1 ton, $5.50 

Leonard, E. & Sons, London : repairs to bottom for bucket door, $31.22 ; anchor 
bolts, 1, $7.99, 1, $8.20 ; sundry items, $6.79 

Lewis Bros. & Co., Montreal : 1 safety valve, $37.50 ; sundry, $2.50 

Muir, A. & W., Port Dalhousie : labour of boat builder, 7 d. at $2 ; sundry, $8.20 

McCaffery, F. H.. Jordan: railway fares, Jordan to Montreal, $8.20; Montreal 
to Cornwall, 81.20 ; Valleyfield to Amherstburg, $14.25 ; travel, $1 

Mcllwraith, Thos., Hamilton : dockage, $12.50; coal, egg, 1^ tons at $5.25, 
soft, 12 '2 tons at $3 .50, sundry, 55c 

Queen City Oil Co., Ottawa : engine oil, 28 galls, at 45c; yellow chain grease, 254 
lbs. at 4c 

Robertson Bros., Hamilton : boiled oil, 17 galls, at 60c; decking, 1,482 ft. at 
$30; oakum, 450 lbs. at 7c; red lead, 200 lbs. at 6c; resin pitch, 1 brl., 
84.25; tar pitch, 1 brl., $3 ; spikes, 200 lbs. at 4c, 116 at 3ic; tallow, 118 
lbs. at 7c; labour, carpenters, 122| d. at $2, caulkers, 98i d. at $2.25, 
labourers, 147 d. at $1 .50 ; teaming, $17. 50 ; sundry items, $75.02 

Rogers Coal Co., Hamilton, coal : soft, 24 '94 tons at $3.25 ; stove, h ton, $3. . . . 

Smith, Wm., Hamilton, foreman engineer : Feb. -Mar., 2 m. at $80; railway 
fares, $22.65; hotel expenses, $12.20 ; provisions, $17.50; sundry outlay, 
$5.99 

Swift, J. & Co., Kingston, coal, 1055 tons at $4 

Tug "Nellie Bly " : attending dredge, 4i d. at $10 ; use of scow, $3 

8 payments each under $10 : blacksmith work, $12 ; railway fares, $17.25 ; travel, 
$4.25j cartage, $4.50 ; supplies, $9.93 



Dredging. 



Dredge M Queen 



-($4,854.39). 



Engineer at $80 a month : F. Vaillancourt, July 1-Nov. 30, April 1-June 30. . . 

Cranesman at $50 a month ; Jas. Poole, July 1-Nov. 30, April 1-June 30 

Fireman at 830 a month : W. Mclnninch, July 1-Nov. 30, April 1-June 30. . . 



$ cts 
22,655 20 

180 23 



717 16 
"i4'25 



429 70 
20 20 



10 73 
16 97 

19 52 

45 77 
24 51 

10 40 

21 27 

443 42 



14 60 

488 50 

54 20 



22 20 
24 05 
62 30 
22 76 



8 45 
84 03 



42 18 
48 00 

43 43 



638 71 
399 19 
239 52 



Repairs. 



$ cts. 
3,553 12 



4 84 
90 00 



103 00 



40 00 



1 5 00 



613 31 
340 00 



40 00 



896 45 



218 34 



4 50 



1-UjQ 



Carried forward | 26,802 05 I 5,978 56 



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A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dredge " Queen " — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Peter 



Deck hands at .$25 a month : Win. Jones, $29.03 ; W. Murdock, $195.42 

Palmer, $6.67; D. Phillips, $196.26 

Scowman at $25 a month : W. Tugnett, July 1-Nov. 30, May 4-June 30 . 

Cook at $30 a month : L. Defayette, July 1-Nov. 30, April 4- June 30 

Tug- wheelsmen at $50 a month : M. Keys, $124.19 ; C. Williams, $25 

Tug-engineer, R. Matheson, 1 ■ 48 m. at $45, 15 m. at $50 

Tug-firemen at $30 a month : Thos. O'Reilly, $52.26 ; A. Wheeler, $22.26 .... 

Caretaker, Jas. Poole, Dec.-Feb., 3 m. at $25 ; machinist, Mar., $40 

Cavanagh, Ed. Co., Montreal: boiler compound, 159 lbs. at 10c; sundry, $3.08 

Charleson, W. G., Ottawa, paint, 600 lbs. at 4c 

Crawford, R., Kingston, soft coal, 5 95 tons at $3.50. . 

Defayette, L.: railway fare, Belleville to Ottawa, $4.25 ; boarding men at $10 a 

month, July 1-Sept. 10, 11 men, 34 d., $122.43, 10 men, 38 d., $122.56; 

Sept. 11 Nov. 30, May 4- June 30, 7 men, $319.51 ; April 12-May 3, 6 men, 

$43 . 82 ; extra meals, 70 at 15c. ; washing allowance, $22 .25 

Gall-Schneider Co., light filtered cyl. oil, 24 6 galls, at 60c 

Hanley, Thos., Belleville : white oak, 198 ft. at 5|c; labour of carpenters, 48 h. 

at 22|c.; sundry items, $3.37 

Haslatt John, Belleville : gal v. eave troughs and conductors, 123 ft. at 9c; iron, 

84 lbs. at 8c, 139 at 7c, 334 at 2£c., 350 at 2c; labour, smith ) 1\ d. at $2, 

smith and 2 helpers, 196J h. at 60c; sundry, $18.05 

Keys M., Brewers Mills, expenses taking tug "Ottawa" from Belleville to 

Sorel : paid pilot, $17 ; provisions, $5.28 ; railway fare, Sorel to Kingston, $4 

Lake J. O, Belleville : service of str. " Annie Lake," 5 d. at $11 

Lawson Thos., Ottawa, 1 5-ft. propeller wheel for tug " Ottawa," 700 lbs. at 6c. 
Leavens C. C, Belleville : lump coal, 226 3 tons at $3.30 ; wood, 1^ cords, $7.50 
Marsh & Henthorn, Belleville : 2 brass pinions, 66 lbs. at 20c ; repairing engines 

per contract, $70 ; labour, forging 42^ h. at 60c, boilermaker 271| h. at 35c; 

materials, $44.34 : sundry, $1.95 . T. . 

Poole Jas., Belleville, expense cutting ice around dredge 

Queen City Oil Co., Ottawa : engine oil, 28 galls, at 45c ; yellow chain grease, 

260 lbs. at 6c, 226 lbs. at 4c 

Vaillancourt F. , engineer : railway fare, Welland to Belleville, $6 . 10 ; board, 

13 d. $7.43 ; travel and sundry outlay, $11.77 

Walker J. W., Belleville : work on range, refrigerator and waste pipe, 40 h. at 

20c ; mixed paint, 6 galls . at $1 . 25 ; sundry items, $51 .97 

12 payments each under $10 : railway fares, $5.55 ; caulking, 2 d. at $1.75, 3 d. 

at $1.50 ; hardware, $9.30 ; washing blankets and linen, $9.12; freight and 

cartage, $4.83 ; sundry items, $13.18 



Dredge " Nitlisdale " {$9,928.93). 

Engineer at $80 a month : C. W. Shuman, July 1-Oct. 31, May 13- June 30 

Cranesmen at $50 a month : Jos. Moisan, July 1-Oct. 29, May 13- June 30 

Fireman at $30 a month : H. L. Reid, July 1-Oct. 29, May 13- June SO 

Deckhands, at $22 a month: E. Lessard $34.06, E. Goupil $34.06, Jos. Mar- 

tineau $34.06 

Deckhands at $20 a month : P. Blais $56.77, P. Carrier $20, C. Chretien $20, 

Jos. Corriveau $36.77, C. Coupil $36.77, H. Fournier $16.13, Jos. Gailloux 

$16.13, Ludger Laliberte $16.13 

Deckhauds, days at $1 : P. Blais 3, C. Chretien 4, C. Coupit 3, Ed. Morrison 3. 
Scowman at $20 a month : J. M. Beaudet$16.13, C. Chretien $16.77, P. Coupil 

$20, Ed. Morrison $20 

Scowman, Alf. Goupil, 1'55 m. at $22; tug fireman, N. Chevalier, 1" 61 m. 

at $25 

Cooks at $12 a month : Mrs. N. Burns $24, L. Lesage $42.58 

Carpenters days at $1 . 50 : Jos. Gagnon 3, Zeph. Gagnon 3 

Tug- wheelsman at $50 a month : M. Keys, Sept. 12- Nov. 22 

Tug. wheelsman at $40 a month : G. Leboeuf $169.31, O. Marseau $64.52 

Tug-engineer, R. Matheson, 1 " 73 m. at $50, " 64 m. at $45 

Tug-engineers at $40 a month : A. Bolduc $5.33, O. Raymond $215.17 

Tug-firemen at $30 am : Thos. O'Reilly, $71 ; Phidime Paris $120, overpaid Sept. 

$3.16, short paid June 1898 $5 

Inspector at St. Jean des Chaillons, Alp. Gaumond, 2 21 m. at $45 

Beauchemin A. E. & Cie., Sorel : 2 propellor wheels for tug " Activity," 752 lbs. 

at 5c ; castings, 1,087 lbs. at 2|c 

Bonneau Ed., St. Michel, blacksmith repairs 



Carried forward 



Dredging. 



$ cts. 


26,802 05 


427 38 


172 17 


236 52 


149 19 


141 77 


74 52 


75 00 


18 98 



20 82 



645 32 
14 76 

60 



81 04 

26 28 
55 00 



754 29 

88 41 



37 24 
25 30 
52 54 

40 28 



449 02 

277 42 
166 45 

102 18 



218 70 
13 00 

72 90 

74 38 
66 58 
9 00 
118 33 
233 83 
115 17 
220 50 

199 16 
99 34 



21 90 



32,397 32 



Repairs. 



. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-213 



Dredge " Nitlisdale »— Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Cameron J. D., Quebec, hire of dredge " Nithsdale," tug and scows. May 1-Oct 
29, 182 d. at $35 

Carrier, Laine & Co., Levis : 2 shafts and fitting same on wheels, .$30 ; labour 
on doors and on board dredge, boilermaker 69 h. at 25c, forge -18 h. at 50c, 
patternmaker 29 h. at 30c; sundry items, $20.04. 

Gaumond Alp., St. Jean des Chaillons : boarding crew at $10 a month each, 13 
men July 1-11 $46.12, 17 men July 12-Aug. 15 $194.68, 6 men Aug. 16 31 
$30, overcharge $10.65 ; castor oil, 3 galls, at $1.30, 4 at $1 29 : deals, 20 at 
20c; buoys 4 at $2 ; cotton, 38 yds. at 12c; rope, 66| lbs. atl4^c, 11 at 15c; 
suet, 17H lbs. at 8c; sundry items, $27.09 

Rousseau F., St. Michel : rope, 341 lbs. at 15c; sundry items, $25 

Shuman C. W., St. Michel : service of pilot to Levis, and outlay, $6.75 ; board- 
ing crew at $10 a month each : 11 men, Aug. 16-Oct. 26, $257 . 26 ; 3 men, 
Oct. 27-29, $6.77; 7 men, May 13-15, $4.51; 11 men, May 17-June 30, 
S170.33 ; extra meals, 7 at lie, 11 at 15c 

Yallerand A. E., Quebec : cylinder oil. 15 galls, at 60c; engine oil, 10 galls, at 
50c; 3 cans, $1.25 

Railway fares, $8.60; least iron clutch finished, $9.80; washing allowance, 3 
m. at $3 ; sundry items, $10.29 






Dredge "St. Louis » ($3,103.28.) 

Engineer at $65 a month, O. Mantha, July 1-8 

Engineer at $80 a month, W. - Jenkins, July, 25 d 

Engineer, A. St. Germain : Aug. -Oct., 3 m. at $50 ; Apl., 87 m. at $65 ; May- 
June, 2 m. at $60 

Cranesman at $50 a month : M. Coutlee, July 1-Oct. 31", Apl. 6-June 30 

Eiremen at $30 a month : E. Cardin, Aug. 1-Oct. 31, Apl. 17-June 30, $164 ; 

A. St. Germain, July, $30 

Deck hands at $25 a month : G. Boisvert $135.83, E. Cardin $25, L. Cotnoir, 

$61.67, P. Fardais $109.10 

Scowmen at $25 a month : G. Allard $15.56, L. Cotnoir $100, Jos. Tannan- 

court $37.90 

Cook at $30 a month : E. Cartier, July 1-Oct. 31, Apl. 17-June 30. 

Tug wheelsman at $40 a month : F. Nadeau, July 1-Oct. 31, Apl. 17-June 30. . 
Tug engineers at $40 a month : F. Lamontagne, Apl. 17-May 31, $58.67 ; N. 

Lamontagne, June, $40 ; J. Mathieu, July 1-Oct. 31, $160 

Tug firemen at $25 a month : Geo. Allard, May 11- June 30, $41.94 ; H. Mathieu, 

Apl. 28-May 10, $10.56 ; F. Belletier, July 1-Oct. 31, $100 

Cartier, E.: boarding 10 men, July 1-Oct. 31, Apl. 21-June 30, at $10 a m. each, 

less 1 man 6 d. in Apl., $1.93, $631.50 ; washing linen, $20.30 

Courchesne, Geo., Sorel, smithwork 

Dominion Wire Rope Co., Montreal, f-in. flexible rope, 200 ft. at $9.50 

Fardais, Peter : fare Ottawa to Sorel, return, Apl. $8, single, Sorel to Ottawa, 

Oct. $3.25 ; meals, 90c 

Jenkins, W., Ottawa ; travelling expenses, Ottawa to Pierreville and return, 

$12.85 ; unaccounted for, $12.15 

Lemoine, P. C, Sorel, table utensils 

Tourville Lumber Mills Co., Pierreville : slabs, 6 cords at $1 ; blocks, 20 loads 

at 35c ; re] tairs, $23. 40 

Railway fares, $5.40 ; castings, 460 lbs. at2ic; repairs, $6.50 ; washing linen, 

$3.19 ; sundry items, $11.77 ~ 



Dredge "No. 1 " Canals ($5,607.79). 

Engineer at $70 a month : C. Coekburn, July 1-Nov. 30, Mar. 14-June 30 

Cranesman at $50 a month : C. Mandeville, July 1-Nov. 30, May 1-June 30. . . 
Fireman at $30 a month : H. Robitaille, July 1-Nov. 30, May 1 June 30 .... 
Deck hands at $20 a month : July 1 Nov. 30, H. Leussier $100, T. Paul $100, 

P. Peloquin $100; May 1 June 30, W. Daniel $40, J. Plantier $40, E. 

Racine $20, J. Racine $20 

Cook at $25 a month : A. Matte, July 1-Nov. 30, May 1-June30 

Tug wheelsman at $50 a month : E. Leussier, July 1-Nov. 30, May 1-June 30. 
Tug engineer at $50 a month : Isidore Lepine, July 1-Nov. 30, Apl 7-June 30. 
Tug fireman at $25 a month : T. Aussant, July 1-Nov. 30, .May 1 June 30. . . . 

Carpenter, A. Dupuis, 44 d. at $2 ; labourer, A. Dionne, 31 d. at $1.25 

Caulkers, days at $2 : E. Chevalier 4, W. Dionne 4, A. Payette 4 



Dredging. 



$ cts. 
32,397 32 

6,370 00 

99 99 



359 18 

76 15 



448 04 
15 25 
37 69 



16 77 
64 51 

326 33 
341 67 

194 00 

331 66 

153 46 

194 00 
258 67 

258 67 

152 50 

651 80 
16 00 
19 00 

12 15 

25 00 
12 33 

36 40 

32 86 



490 00 
350 00 
210 00 



420 00 

175 oo 

350 00 

356 07 

175 00 

10 00 



Carried forward 45,438 07 



Q-214 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dredge " No. 1 " Canals — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Watchman at $30 a month, H. Cartier, Dec. 1-Mar. 15 

Unloading material at St. Johns, Que., May 8-28 ($249.22)— 

Foreman, B. O'Cain, 16 d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : C. Alexander 2, J. Arpin 14|, A. Boutillier llf, 
H. Cote 13i, J. Desroches 15^, L. C. Labossiere 14^, T. Lamoureux 14f, 
V. Lefebvre 14, C. Morse 11^, C. Quindal 14£M. Raymond 2, L. 

Ross 16... 

Teamster, Z. Merrier, 14| d. at $3. 

Barsalou Jos. & Cie, St. Jean, Que., smith work : labour, 32 h. at 65c, lh h. at 
60c, 105£ h. at 35c ; materials, $30.37 

Bessette J. & S., Iberville, smith work : boiler rivets, 186 lbs. at 5c ; cast iron, 
701 lbs. at 2fc. ; plate iron, 526 lbs. at 3c ; steel plates, 1,162 lbs. at 4c ; 
materials, $28.12 ; labour, boilermaker 18 h. at 25c, drill 42f h. at 30c, forge 
119rr h. at 30c, helpers 274i h. at 15c, lathe work 69^ h. at 40c, steam ham- 
mer lOi h. at 80c, vice 243^ h. at 25c, sundry, $8.89 ; cartage, $3 

Bousqnet N. & Cie, St. Jean, lumber : pine, 170 ft. at 5c, 287 at 4c, 201 at 3c, 
231 at 2£c. ; planks, 800 ft. at $10 ; sundry, $32.03 

Camaraire E., St. Jean : services of 2 men, team, derrick &c, 7 d 



Charleson W. G. , Ottawa, paint, 400 lbs. at 4c 

Cockburn C, St. Jean : boarding crew at $10 a month each, 10 men July 1 -Nov. 
30 $500, 7 men May 1-June 30 $140 ; towage, $9.50 

Cote & Frere, St. Jean: manilla rope, 288^ lbs. at 12c; hardware, $30.17; 
oakum, 100 lbs. at 7c ; painters' supplies, $7.50 ; 1 stove, $12 ; shovels, 8 at 
75c ; cartage and express, $1 ; sundry items, $3.65 

Forgue & Vezina, St. Jean : castor machine oil, 28| galls, at 40c ; cylinder oil, 
29 galls, at 55c ; sundry items, $2.10 

Moore T. F., Montreal, steam coal, 27 tons at $3.50 

Morel Edouard, St. Jean : 1 galv. iron pump, $3.50 ; engine oilers; 2, $3.50 ; 1 
closet en coppe, $3.50 ; sundry items, $13. 15 

O'Cain Jas., St. Jean, coal : soft, lOlf tons at $4.65 ; steam, 120£ tons at $3.75. 

Str. " Victoria : " freight on 10 dumping boxes, Montreal to St. Jean 

Weir J. & R., Montreal : 1 new copper pipe, $16.75 ; less old copper pipe, 75c. 

13 payments each under $10: board and lodging, $9.72; cutting ice around 
dredge, $4 ; galv. iron pipe, $5.25 ; 4 grate bars, 200 lbs. at 2Jc ; smith- 
work, $7.52; smith materials, $8.73; towage, $4.50 ; freight, $1.05; sundry 
items, $10.20 '. 



Dredge on Lake St. John : " P. V. Savard " ($188.37). 

Caretaker at $20 a month : W. T. A. Donohue, Nov. 1- June 30 

Scott B. A., Roberval : cost of placing dredge in winter quarters 

3 payments each under $10 : painting dredge, 2>\ d. at $1.50 ; towage, $3 

Stone Lifter "No. 1 » ($399.13). 

Overseer, E. Languedoc, 18 d. at $1.50 

Poller, E. Lemay, 2 ' 32 m. at $40 ; engineer, Jos. Normandeau, 2 ' 32 m. at $30 

Deck hands, days at $1.25 : A. Brockes 5, E. Goupit 7, Jos. Martineau 7 

Labourers at $20 a month : J. Abel $46.45, Philias Beaudet $46.45, Hermidas 
Jacques $46.45, Bazile Mailhot $46.45 



Twin Stone Lifter and Stone Lifter " Ste. Croix" ($1,480.93.) 

Foreman, F. Boisvert, 104'8 d. at $1.50 

Poller, Omer Lafleur, 50 d. at $1.50, extra time 10 h. at 25c 

Blasting, J. Boucher, 79 d. at $1.50 

Labourers days at $1.25 : U. Augers 51, Jos. Beaudet 10, G. Bergeron 81J, J. 
Bergeron 60, R. Bergeron 19, E. Biron 10*4, A. Boisvert 4, E. Boisvert 20, 
L. Boisvert 10 % S. Boisvert 11, J. Boucher 22-8, H. Clairmont 51, E. 
E. Crotever 29, P. Daigle 28, T. Daigle 19, E. Delisle 25, O. Desrocher 9 '8, 
R. Garneau 91, F. Houde 27, P. Lacroix 24^, X. Lafleur 19, C. Laroche 60, 
A. Larue 27, O. Lefebvre 27, T. Lemay 48i extra time 5 h. at 25c, A. 
Martel 9'8, A. Methot 6, H. Methot 28, P. "Methot 23, A. Papillon 48 
extra time 10 h. at 25c, J. B. Turgeon, 24 

Boisvert, Capt. F. : dynamite, 10 lbs. at 58*2c ; manilla rope, 76i lbs. at ll§c, 
46 at 10c ; smith work, $38.21 ; towage, $12 ; sundry items, $1.45 



Carried forward . 



Dredging. 



$ cts. 


$ cts 


45,438 07 


6,773 12 


90 00 


15 00 


24 00 




180 97 
44 25 





19 73 



15 78 

10 80 
28 00 



649 50 



78 40 

29 45 
94 50 

23 65 

924 05 

10 00 

16 00 



38 45 



160 00 

20 12 

8 25 



27 00 

162 58 

23 75 

185 80 



157 20 

77 50 

118 50 



1,056 73 

71 00 

49,784 03 



Repairs. 



69 29 

306 48 
61 03 
16 00 

23 54 



17 52 



7,281 98 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPA RTMEXT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-215 



Sundry Tugs. 


Dredging. 


Repairs. 


Brought forward 

Tug " Davis " — 2 payments each under $10 : repairs to injector. $8.45 ; travel, $1 
Tug "John Pratt " ($36.60)— 

Crawford K.. Kingston, soft coal, 5f tons at S3. 75 

Dande, Theodule, piloting tug from Kingston to Montreal 

Tug " Sir John " ($358.90)— 

Bertrand Jos., Valleyfield : raising and pumping tug, .$100 ; repairs, $34. . . 


$ cts. 
49,784 03 

8 45 

21 60 
15 00 


$ cts. 
7,281 98 

1 00 
134 00 




26 96 
22 96 
15 00 








Dande, Theodule, piloting tug from Lachine to Kingston and back 

Graveline F. P. : railway fare, Valleyfield to Windsor, $12.50 ; services as 
wheelman, Nov. 15-Dec. 7, at $50 am., $35.48 ; meals for men, 53 at 25c, 
5 at 35c. ; board and lodging for 2 men, 7| d. at $1 each ; paid D. F. 
Mills for piloting tug from Kingston to Beauharnois $25 ; sundry out- 
lav, 19.20 ... 


112 68 


Ladebauche Capt. B., Sorel : travelling expenses, Sorel to Valleyfield and 
return $9. 15 ; services, 3 d. at $2 

Prejeant Celestin, Melocheville, diver, making repairs to tug Sir 
John 




15 15 
13 50 


Ranev, Selbv & Co., Kingston, smithwork ... 




3 85 


Sheppard Jas. & Son, Sorel, H-in. spruce, 1,057 ft. at $14 

Tug "Trudeau " ($141.81)— 

Chagnon F. N., Sorel : butter, 35 lbs. at 20c. ; provisions, $39.62 


14 80 

46 62 

50 40 

37 50 

7 29 

624 00 
16 00 

576 00 
6 00 

29 40 
31 41 
12 50 

16 20 

166 77 

348 10 

100 00 

4 60 

69 93 

111 57 
23 00 

323 44 
27 50 
80 00 
277 83 
224 22 
416 66 
300 07 

53,835 81 




Crawford R., Kingston, soft coal, 14 '4 tons at $3.50 

Cuddy-Mullen Coal Co., Amherstburg, coal, 15 tons at $2.50 

2 payments each under $10 : 29 meals at 15c. ; tinware, $2.94 




Dredging: Sundry Quebec Harbours {$1,222). 

Papineauville— 

Moore T. F., Montreal, services of dredge " T. F. M. No. 1," tug and scows, 

June 13-21, 78 h. at $8 , 

Vincent Hy., Papineauville, services as inspector, 8 d. at $2 




Rockland — 

Moore T. F., Montreal, services of dredge "T. F. M. No. 1," tug and scows, 
June 22-30, 72 h. at $8 




Moncion Leonard, jr., services as inspector, 3d. at $2 j . . . . 

Sundry Expenses, Ontario and Quebec. 

Benn Louis, travel of self and two men from Sorel to Roberval to build two scows 
for dredge at Lake St. John 




Gall-Schneider Oil Co., light filtered cyl. oil, 52 35 galls, at 60c 




Grimard Dame Veuve, Sorel : meals, 38 at 25c. ; beds, 12 at 25c 




Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg. Co., Toronto: lion packing, 63| lbs. at 22c. ; 
sundry items, $2 . 17 

Howden jas., Sorel, superintendent : board and lodging, 44f d. at $1.50 ; travel- 
ling expenses, cab-hire $14, railway fares $54.65, pullmans $5, hotel ex- 




Lewis Bros. & Co., Montreal : 100 ft. ^-in. chain, 75 lbs. at 6^c. ; fj-in. heaving 

line, 210 lbs. at 10^c. ; manilla rope, 3169 lbs. at 9|c. ; sundry items, $12.19. 

Mercier Paul outstanding voucher 46757 




McAvity T. & Son, St. John, N B., hardware supplies 

Ottawa Fire Proof Supply Co., white cotton waste, 999 lbs. at 7c 

Patenaude N. F., Sorel: 5 bronze bushes, 148 lbs. at 10c; 1 brass flange, 12 
lbs. at 25c ; castings, 3750 lbs. at 2r;c 




Quebec Coal Co., Quebec, steam coal, 6" 15 tons at $3.75 

Queen City Oil Co., Ottawa : castor oil, 4037 lbs. at 7c; cylinder oil, 81 '7 galls, 
at 50c 




Sincennes-McNaughton Line, Sorel, towage 

Smith Win., Ottawa, services as foreman engineer, June at $S0 am 

Freight charges : Ottawa Forwarding Co., $8.70 ; South Shore Ry., $269.13. . . 

Queen's Printer's account, $168.80 ; Stationery Office, Ottawa, $55.42 

Salaries at Ottawa (Page Q— 12) 




Travel of Ottawa officials (Page Q— 262) 








Carried forward 


7,562 16 



Q-216 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Sundry Expenses, Ontario and Quebec — Concluded. 



Dredging. 



Repairs. 



Brought forward 



Less — Services of dredge "Ontario" at Roger? Coal Co. wharf, Hamilton, 3^ 
d. at $50 



Charged as follows— 

Dredging : Ontario, $13,286.39 : Quebec, $17,927 .30 

River Kaministiquia dredge " No. 9 " (Page Q— 39) 

St. Jean des Chaillons, dredge " Nithsdale " ( „ Q— 1G8) 

Jordan, dredge " Ontario " ( ■■ Q— 175) 

Meaford, dredge "Challenge " ( .. Q— 178) 

Newcastle, dredge " Nipissing " ( u Q— 178) 

Oakville, dredge " Nipissing " ( m Q — 179) 

Port Stanley, dredge " Ontario " ( .. Q— 182) 

Dredge vessels, repairs ( n Q— 197) 



Dredge Winnipeg ($10,858.43). 

West C. H., master of dredge, 12 m. to June 30 at $120; board allowance at 

$20 perm., $143.54 

McMahon Jas.: cranesman, July 1-Oct. 17, May 22- June 30, 4 89 m. at $65. . . . 
Davis J. : fireman, July 1-Oct. 31, May 1- June 30, 5 in. at $45, 31 d. at $1 . 50 ; 

labourer, Nov.-April, HHd. at $1.50 ; board allowance at $20 per in., $15.48 
Massy, R. : deckhand^ July 1-Oct. 31, Mav 1-June 30, 5 m. at $30. 27 d. at $1.50 ; 

labourer Oct. 19- April 30, 102id.at$1.50; board allowance at $20 perm., $13.54 
Whiteway, E.: deckhand, July 1-Oct. 17, May 22-June 30, 4 m. 17 d. at $30, 9 

d. at $1.50 

Gillies, J. : watchman, July 1-Aug. 23, 53 d at $1 

Walker, Thos. : watchman, Aug. 23-Oct. 17, June 1-30, 85 d. at $1 ; labourer, 

April 10-May 31, 52 d. at $1.50 ; board allowance at $20, $15.48 

Kristiansson, K K.: scowman, May 26- June 30, 1 m. at $30, 5 d. at $1.50 

Douglas, W. : scowman, July 1-Oct. 17, 3 m. 17 d. at $30 

Black A.: capt. of tug: July 1-Oct. 17, April 24-June 30, 5 m. at $80, 23 d. at 

$2.67 ; board allowance at $20, $13.54 

Brydges, D.: engineer, July 1-Oct. 17, May 1-June 30, 5 m. at $65, 17 d. at $2.17 ; 

ship carpenter, Oct. 19- April 30, 119i d. ar, $2.50; board allow, at $20, $13.54 
Poole, A.: fireman, July 1-Oct. 31, May 1-June 30. 6 m. at $45 ; labourer, Nov. 

1-17, April 3-27, 41 d. at $1.50 ; board allowance at $20, $13.54 

Williams, H.: deckhand, May 26- June 30, 1 m. at $30, 5 d. at $1.50 

Gamble, R: deckhand, July 1-Oct. 17, 3 m., 17d. at $30; labourer, May 2-13, 

lid. at $1.50 

Cauvin, E. : labourer, April 2-May 20, 42 d. at $1.50 ; cook, July 1-Oct. 17, May 22- 
June 30, 4 m. at $55, 17 d. at $1 .83, 10 d. at $1.77 ; board allow, at $20, $11.61 
Bird, H.: carp'ter and joiner, 14 d. at $2.75 ; Gordon, J. M.: sign painter, 2 d. 

at $2.50 



$ cts. 


$ cts. 


53,835 81 


7,562 16 


175 00 




53,660 81 




31,213 69 




10,208 05 




4,192 67 




2,546 99 




2,762 60 




191 11 




690 57 




1.855 13 






7,562 16 







53,660 81 



600 00 
296 89 

225 00 

155 00 

137 00 
53 00 

85 00 

30 00 

107 00 

365 39 

326 89 

225 00 
30 00 

107 00 

251 11 



Brydges, D., jr.: caulker, 15 d. at $2.00 

Monroe, D. : ship carpenter, 65 d. at $2.00 

Ashdown, J. H.: Man. rope, 1-in., 235 lbs. at 15c, 242 lbs. at 14c; H-in., 547 
lbs. at 14c, 519 lbs. at 15c; 2-in., 949 lbs. at 13ic; 1 Pemberty injector E. 
li, $24.15 ; hose, U x 4, 50 ft. at $54.60 ; steam hose, l£ x 6 ply, 50 ft. at 
82c; |-in. dredge chain, 300 ft., 2,690 lbs. at $9.70; oil, Eocene, 42-12gals. at 
24ic, cyl. 48 33 at 54c, lardine 44"46 at $1.25, H.S. blk. 45 83 at 20ic; 
tallow. 365 lbs. at 6c ; sundries, $16.42 

Bridges, David : Ry. fare, $6.50 ; meals, 50c 

Can. Pacific Hotel : meals supplied crew of tug, June, '98, 59 meals at 25c 

Can. Pac Ry. Co. : freight on 5 pes. timber, Wpg. to Selkirk 

Canvin, Mrs. Ed. : milk, 741 qts. at 6c; washing, $40 

Comber, R. : meat and vegetables, 5 m. to Oct 

Davies, Benj. : butter, June 4-Oct. 8, May 23-30, 322 lbs. at 18c 

Dickinson, Geo. S. : freight and cartage on machinery 

Gilhuly, R. H.: boiled oil, 55 galls, at 75c; pure wh. lead, 300 lbs. at 7Jc; Bl. 
japan, 7 galls, at $1.15 ; green imp., 50 lbs. at 12c; telegrams, $34.54 ; tele- 
phones, $15.90 ; sundries, $24.26 

Hardman, Thos.: 3 dys. labour at $1.50 ; supplying steaks and cooking for Mr. 
Gouin and party, $2.75 ; milk, 67 qts. at 6c 



26 00 



844 76 

7 00 

14 75 



81 22 
171 91 

50 58 
14 75 



63 00 
11 27 



7,562 16 



983 54 
21 00 

229 23 

202 54 

13 50 

93 48 

7 50 

109 56 
347 29 

120 04 

7 50 

16 50 

92 31 

43 50 

30 00 

104 00 



26 00 
3 24 

7 38 



89 50 



Carried forward. 



4,279 52 



2,547 61 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-217 



Dredge Winnipeg — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Hooker & Co.: tamarack, 4,450 ft. at $15, $67.53 ; T. decking, 3x4, 1,504 ft. at 
$24 ; sundry tamarack, $18.00 ; flooring, 550 ft. at $18 ; dble. beaded ceiling, 
800 ft. at $20 ; bevelled sash, 13 at $1.25 ; oak, 081 ft. at 8c; cord wood, $32 ; 
sundry lumber, $18.24 ; sundries, $20.27 

Mills, L. : meat and vegetables, June 6-Aug. 18 

Mitchell, H. B.: 15 piles supplied to tug for staking channel at mouth of Red 
River $15 ; sundry lumber $4.23 

Moody & Sutherland : boat spikes, 11 kegs at $5.50 ; pure tallow, 200 lbs. atOc, 
230 lbs. at 7c; oil, B.S. 45 galls, at 2Sc, lard 42g galls, at 87c, heavy sum- 
mer 42 galls, at 35c; 1^-in. steam hose, 50 ft. at G5c; l£-in. hose, 50 ft. at 
25c ; U. S. navy oakum, 11 bales at $5 ; wh. waste, 108 lbs. at 12ic ; 1 set 
taps and dies, $38.50; Pemberty injector left to back, $12.50; oil primp, 
$8.50; engine room gong $8.75 ; smoke stack $10.50; hauling machinery 
from Winnipeg foundry $10 ; 11 sacks flour $27.25 ; sundries $221.51 

McKenzie, J. K.: eggs $47.85 ; tea $29 : coffee $15 ; sugar $34.20 ; pickles and 
sauces $21.15 ; essences $12.65 ; ham $20.27 ; B. bacon $14.95; soap 314.50 ; 
sundry canned goods, dried fruits &c. $133.22 

McMahon, Jas. : 2 railway fares, inch meals, West Selkirk to Welland, Oct. 
1898, $40 ; Welland to'West Selkirk, May 1899, $40 

Nanton, A. M. : lump coal 140 ' 6 tons at $7 

Norman & Evans : 1 dry sand cylinder casting 16 x 12 $110 ; castings 1,065 lbs. 
at 4c; machinist 502g hrs. at 40c; helper 30 hrs. at 25c; blacksmith and 
helper 25^ hrs. at 75c ; sundries $15.22 

Northern Pacific Express : freight on $395.55 of castings from Lockport, N.Y. , 
tc i Winnipeg ... 

North-west Nav. Co.: towing tug "Sir Hector" from mouth of river to Selkirk. 

Pook, F. : g-in. bolts 14- 18 in. long, 98 at 40c, sundry $25.60 ; smith work $205. 10 

Reid, M. J. : man and team, 60 hrs. at 40c, 5^ dys. at $5. 

Robinson & Co.: piles 184 ft. at 8c ; tamarack 360ft. at $16 ; 10 hrs. work of team 
$4 ; sundries $6.50 

Tracy, J. W. : freight, cartage, delivery, &c 

Vulcan Iron Co. : ratchet for dredge and pattern for same $30 ; 16 sheets 20 in. x 
8 ft. drilled and countersunk $79. 50 ; repairs on vertical engine $132,50 ; 2 in. 
brass throttle valve $12.50 ; repairs on valve and casting $14.50 ; repair's on 
boiler, str. "Sir Hector" $12.50 ; 1 piston repaired, new follower and rings 
$24.55 ; time of man lining cylinder 63 hrs. at 50c ; 5 Dick frames, grates and 
covers, 625 lbs. at 5c; repairing dipper bale $31.50 ; sundries $06.36 

W T est, C. H. : travel between Winnipeg and Selkirk. , 

Young, W. S.: gal. iron 308 lbs. at 6c; time of men repairing roofs, 38J hrs. at 
40c, helper 20 hrs. at 10c ; sundry hardware $69.07 

Cauchon, Jos.: paymaster, July-Aug., Oct.-Apr., June, at $1,100 per an.; 
travel and outlay $75.60 

Gouin, W. F.: travel and outlay, June 14-30, 1898, $33.75, Feb. 1-May 1 $53.10, 
May 21- June 8, $20 60 

Manitoba and N . W. Ry. : switching charges 

Mc Arthur, P. : hauling out and loading str, "Victoria " 

Cleaning office : J. Davis $10 ; Mrs. Mills, Jan.- Apr., $20 

Detailed irr 1897-98, pay-list $625, Jos. Cauchon $1.15 (Q— 197) 



Less June pay-list charged to 1899-1900. 



Dredge "Mudlark" [$15,464.40). 

Captain, Jno. Goodwin, 12 m. to June 30, 9 d. overtime in Sept., at $125 per m. 

Cranesmen at $90 : J. Storey, 4 m. to Oct. 31, 9 d. overtime in Sept.; B. Barn- 
bough, Nov. -April, 27 d. in May 

Ass't Engineer : J. Grant, 11 m., 29 d. to June 30, d. overtime in Sept, at $50. 

Watchmen at $50: T. Urquhart, July Oct., 1 d. overtime irr Sept.; H. Carroll, 
Nov. .lair. ; W. Hagan, Jan. 13-April 30 ; A. H. Finlaison, 2!) i!. in May. 

Firemen at $45 : Wm. Smith, $180, overtime, $13.50 ; Robt. Orde, $312.09 

Carpenter at $45 : Wm. Smith, Nov. L-May 31, less :'. d. in Mch 

Blacksmith and deckhand at $45 : Joe. Lamb X487.74, overtime $13.50 

Deckhands at $40 : Jno. Dennison $157.32, overtime $10.66 : S. Nichols $38.58, 
overtime $10.33 ; W. H. Longe $33.33, overtime $10.66 : A. Barnes si'77.41 : 
Sidney Harrison $42.65 : M. W. McLean $274.83 

Cook at $35 : W. Little $409.73, overtime *10.50 

Souirding, A. J. Leamy, 2 days at $2 

Carried forward 



Dredging. 



$ eta 
4,279 52 



91 28 
75 22 



15 00 



303 11 



285 04 



40 00 
984 20 



395 MS 



25 00 

122 85 

28 00 

10 50 

8 88 



146 05 

10 80 



900 54 

107 45 

5 00 

100 00 

30 00 

626 15 

,650 14 
625 00 

,025 14 



1,537 50 

1,005 38 

611 77 

538 76 

505 .v.> 

310 65 

501 24 



S55 77 

420 25 

4 00 

6,290 89 



Repairs. 

$ cts . 
2,547 61 



233 24 
4 23 

256 19 

66 75 
40 00 

196 50 

147 05 
21 50 

20 48 
11 52 



320 61 
6 80 

104 95 

ill 66 



4,069 09 



Q-218 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dredge "Mudlark " — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Tug engineer : J. Murray, 11 m. to June 30, 9 d. overtime in Sept. at $70 

Tug wheelmen at $ 50 : M. J. Knight $69.61; E. Matheson $19.35; K. Mc- 
Innis, $300 ; R. Armstrong $100 ; W. McLennan $52.95, overtime $15 ; 
Edw. Eaton $50 

Survey of Vancouver Harbor, Oct. 10-24 1898 : Engineer, W. H. Draper, 15 d. 
at $125 a month ; rodman, C. L. Leamy $16 ; attending gauge, H. J. 
Leamy $16 ; boat-pullers, H. D. Hibbard $16, Wm. McAdam $16 ; sound- 
ing, Fred. Bartlett $14 

Adams, Geo.: eggs, 79 doz. at 25c, 20 doz. at 30c, 39 doz at 35c. ; butter, 92 lbs. 
at 25c; ham, 242 lbs. at 13c, 35 lbs. at 14c; gr. sugar, 100 lbs. at 5c, 200 
lbs. at 5|c; flour, $12.01 : potatoes, $14.15 ; sundries $118.03 

Albion iron works : 1 brass-lined Northington pump, 4J x 2f x 4, $110 ; 2 cast 
iron pinions, 780 lbs., $31.20 ; labour $10.72 ; sundries $3.46 

Anderson & Co.: hvy. mach. oil, 41^ galls, at 50c; summer blk. oil, 43 galls, at 
25c ; 1 coil 4^-in. manilla rope, 524 lbs. at 15c ; freight $1 

Anderson R. F. & Co., 1 coil 2|-in. manilla rope, 200 lbs. at 15c ; 2 bars 7-in. x 
|-in. iron 58 ft. 10-in. lgth., 2,275 lbs. at 5|c; 4-in. rubber belting, 150 ft. at 
20c ; sundry, hardware $55.04 

Beatty M. & Sons ; steel dipper racks, 20 at $7.75; steel dipper pinions, 3 at 
$13.50 ; 1 anchor frict'n. disc $7.75 ; 1 do sleeve, $3 

B. C. Cold Storage and Ice Works : G. mach. oil 53 galls, at 35c; D.G. lub. oil 
50 galls, at 35c; fgt. $1.45 

B. C. Elec Ry. Co. : express chgs. on parcels from Vancouver to New West- 
minster $3.65 ; return tickets supplied Wm. Draper, 47 at 50c each 

B. C. Mills Timber & Trading Co.: lumber, 15| x 19-72 rgh., 1,767 ft. at $32.50; 
sundry lumber $43.98 

Campbell Walter : 13 ft. clinker built boat $25 ; repairs $15 

Can. Pacific R'y. Co.: freight, from Van'r. to New West'r. on 1,300 lbs. wire 
rope $14.95, from Hamilton to New West'r. on 2,190 lbs. castings $35.70. . . 

Craig Bros. : smithwork, labour 685 hrs. at $1, materials, $49.38 

Dobeson, T.: machine work, 10J d. at $4, 7£ d. at $2.50, 67 hrs. at 75c, 25 hrs. 
at 60c , 233 hrs. at 50c , 90 hrs. at 45c , 28 hrs. at 35c ; truss, rack, roll and 
bracket castings 2,974 lbs. at 4^c ; brass castg's. 43| lbs. at 40c ; casting for 
spud anchor, 940 lbs. at 4c; 4 turnbuckles for truss rods $14 ; 4 rope sheaves 
and 2 plates 508 lbs. at 4c ; brass bushing 52 lbs. at 40c ; 1 smoke stack $60 
3^-in. x %-xn. iron 380 lbs. at 3|c; f-in. steel bolts 207 lbs. at 5c; oak, 2 trees 
$14, 54 ft. $8.10 ; sundries $41.17 

Dominion Grocery : butter 51 lbs. at 25c; eggs 40 doz. at 20c; ham, 50 lbs. at 
13Jc ; gr. sugar 100 lbs. $5.25 ; sundries $62.60 

Dominion Wire Rope Co.: lg-in. Lang's best CCS. dredge cable 580 ft. at 
$16.40 

Dunn, Thos. & Co.: 1 set Oster stocks and dies $12.60 ; l|-in. muntz metal 50 ft 
at 22c; 2^ -in. rub. hose 20 ft. at 60c; f-in. red rubber 7| ft. at $1 ; 6 x 24 
steel wire", 75 ft. at 13c; sundries $125.06 

Evans, Coleman & Evans : Wellington coal 4 tons at $6 ; advance charges and 
water $2.60 

Fales, W. E.: oil cloth 19 yds. at 40c; f bed. $2.25 ; creton 10 yds. at 40c 

Fraser Walter S. & Co.: coil 4^-in. manilla rope 463 lbs. at 15c; freight and 
cartage $1.15 , 

Godfrey, A.: S.W. paint 8£ galls, at $2 ; sundries $3.60 

Goodwin, J. : travelling expenses, Nanaimo to Ly tton and return 

Hargreaves Geo. : paint'g small boat $4 ; oil'g deck $4 

Haslam, A.: lumbei, 2 x 12 x 20, 920 ft. at $19.50 ; 6 piles ?0 ft. lg. 180 lin. ft. at 
bhc ; sundry lumber $34.65 

Hemans & Wamsley : beef 3,327 lbs. at 10c; mutton 433^ lbs. at 10c; hd. 
quarters beef and mutton 338 lbs. at 10c; pork and sausages $7.13 

Ironside & Rannie : driving piles, 10 at $5 ea. ; piling 440 sq. ft. at 6c; cable, 
75 sq. ft. at 10c ; labour moving piles $6 

Jensen J. H. : 1,000 galls, water 

Kirk H. T : 1 "Pearl " range, fittings and setting up $13.70 ; sundries $1.20. . . 

London W. H : milk, July- Aug., 115| galls, at 25c; vegetables, $3.85. 

Marshall, Jas, : Milk, Oct. -Mar., 212^ galls, at 30c 

Morton, vV. H. : lining water tank with galv. iron, — gal. iron 253 lbs. at 7c, tin- 
smith 49 hrs. at 45c, sundries, $27 '15 ; 1 gal. iron tank 2 ft. x 4 ft. with taps 
$8 . 75 ; wire insertion rubb. packing 17 lbs. at 60c ; lj-in. rope 83 lbs. at 15c 
stove castings $9.10 ; coal oil, 6 cases at $3.50, 6 cases at $3.75 ; freight $12 ; 
2-in. sq. iron 283 lbs. at 3|c ; sundry hardware $239.71 



Dredging. 



Carried forward. . 



$ cts. 
6,290 89 

791 00 
606 91 

138 48 
.258 21 



111 10 
64 83 



37 50 

27 15 

36 15 
15 00 

14 95 
80 93 



477 16 
95 36 
95 12 

133 22 

26 60 
13 85 

70 60 

"ll'80 



Repairs. 



62 49 

416 98 

89 90 
10 00 
14 90 
32 77 

63 67 



412 51 
10,500 03 



$ cts. 



i55 38 

175 34 

206 25 



65 26 
25 00 

35 70 

36 70 



206 20 



44 94 



20 60 
8 00 



979 37 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-219 



Dredge " ffludlark " — Concluded. 



Brought forward . 



McCutcheon, Chas.: eggs, 100 doz. at 25c, 170 doz. at 26c, 10 doz. at 27c, 30 
doz. at 36c, 5 doz. at 45c; butter 390 lbs. at 30c; ham 631 J lbs. at 16c; 
bacon 63£ lbs. at 17c; 5 brls. flour .$33 80; 8 brls. sugar $-13.75; potatoes 
$63.20; tomatoes 16 doz. at $1.50; corn 13 doz. at $1.25; peas, 10 doz. 
at $1.25, 6 doz. at $1 .20 ; catsup and Wor. sauce $25.55 ; tea 45 lbs. at 30c ; 
sundries $220.89 

McDonough C. , sundry groceries $14 . 90 : McDougall, D. , milk, $16 .60 

Mcintosh, W. A. k Co.: meat, 946 lbs. at 12$c, Aug. 18 Oct. 5 

McKeen, S. : ham 35 lbs. at 15c; eggs 10 doz. at 25c; sundry groceries $11.55. . 

McKelvie, A. & Co.: machine work 24 hrs. at 60c; smithwork 41 d. at $1 ; cast 
steel for large hooks 60 lbs. at 15c; sundries $20.26 

McLennan, McFeeley & Co.: rd. iron $9.54 ; sundry hardware $31.76 

McLeod, J. : caulking tank*, 3i d. at $4 

Nanaimo Water Works : water, Oct. 14-Feb. 28, 62,000 galls, at 50c 

New Vancouver Coal Mining and Land Co.: coal, Southfield "run of mine" 
14835 tons at $3, Nanaimo 38615 tons at $3.50 

Reichenbach & Co.; beef, 305 lbs. at 12£c, 140 lbs. at 10 Jc; mutton 142 lbs. at 
13Ac; pork 47 lbs. at lie; sundries^ $4.89 . 

Smith, Geo. A.: 2 men, 5 d. at $2.50 each ; personal service 6d. at $10 ; travell- 
ing expenses to Claquoquot and return, $27 ; wages of Indians, 8 d. at $2 ; 
outlay in Claquoquot $18 . 15 ; hire of small steamer $10 

Str. ' ' Edgar " : sundries 

Str. " Hong Kong " : supplying fresh water, Sept. 8-Oct. 5 . 

Str. " St. Clair " : helping tow dredge to Van. $40 ; helping tow scows $40 

Turnbull Thos.: repair'g. guards for skylights on str. " Princess " 

Union Steamship Co. of B.C., helping tow dredge to Nanaimo 

Urquhart Bros.: butter 50 lbs. at 27c; eggs, 20 doz. at VI he, 10 doz. at 20c, 10 
doz. at 25c, 30 doz. at 35c; ham 90 lbs. at 13ic; tea 10 lbs. at 35c; flour 
$13.87 ; gr. sugar $5 ; milk $4.65 ; sundries $45.49. 

Vulcan IronWorks; 1 brass crank $11.50; vulcanized filter 14 lbs. at 75c; 
eureka metal 20 lbs. at 40c ; packing 14 lbs. at 75c ; making pump piston 
and spindle, 25 hrs. at 70c; 1 piston 38 lbs. at 5c; making 2 taps, pins &c, 
2 shackles $18.50; 1 smoke stack casing $30; general repairs to dipper 
$53.70 ; engineer, 7 d. at $4 ; fireman, 5 d. at $2 ; machine work, fitting up 
engines and running, 386^ hrs. at 60c ; sundries $17 . 69 

Wenborn, Robt. : foundry work : 

Engine clocks $5.50; cleaning and repair'g. clocks $2.50; 500 shipping tags 
$1 . 75 ; 100 cloth signs $2 . 50 ; sundry paint and brushes $9 . 35 ; hire of boat, 
6 d. at $1 ; sounding in Vancouver, 2 d. at $2 ; travelling expenses of men 
$15.75 ; sundry lumber $5.19 ; outlay $1.15 



Snag-boat " Samson » ($11,726.92). 

Captain, C. H. de Beck, July -June, 12 m. at $125 per m, less 2 d. in Jan 

Engineer, T. H. Hatherley, Oct. 21- Jan. 27, Feb. 1-June 30, 8 m., 7 d. at $100 



per m 

Engineers at $70 per m.: Jno. Murray, July $70 ; J. Church, 11 d. in Oct. $24.84. 

Engineers and deckhands at $50 per m. : Thos. Wilson, Aug. 3-Oct. 23, 2 m., 21 
d. ; Bothwell, N., 30 d. in July 

Mate, Nils Larsen, Oct. 21- Jan. 23, Feb. 1-June 30, 8 m. 3 d. at $70 

Act'g mate, H. C. Clarke, July 2-Oct. 23, 3 m., 22 d. at $50 per m 

Fireman and blacksmith, Emii Johnson, Aug. 21-Dec 29, Jan. 5-June 29, 6 m. 
5 d. at $50, 1 in. 30 d. at $55 per m 

Blacksmith, J. Keefe, 2 m. 8 d. at $45 per m 

Deckhands at $40 per m.: Firman Bell, 30 d. $38.70 ; C. McGillivray 3 m. 22 d. 
8148.38 ; M. Young 7 m., 29 d. $317.97 ; Richard Toop 3 m. 28 d. $155.04 ; 
T. A. Hughes, 8 m. 2 d. $325.81; Henry Hall, 3 m. 10 d. $132.89; P. 
Powers, 8 m., 5 d. $327.15 ; Robt. Hume, 7 m., 29 d. $317.40 ; Wm. McDon- 
ald, 13 d. $17.33; Alex. Fraser 86.45; W. R. Day, 11 d. 814.19; R. B. 
McLauchfan 4 d. $5 . 16 

Cooks at $40 per m. : R. H. Curtis, 3 m., 23 d. $149 . 68 ; W. Ham, 8 m. 8 d. $331.02. 

Painter, C. G. Beaulieu, 17 d. at $2 ; pilot, Frank Odin, 4 d. at $5 

Adams, Geo.: butter 518 lbs. at 25c;, fresh eggs, 108 doz. at 25c, 55 doz. at 30c, 
25 doz. at 32£c, 130 doz. at 35c, (i doz. at 37£c, 25 doz. at 40c, 26 doz. at 
45c, 22 doz. at 47.',c; ham 438^ lbs. at 13c; gran, sugar, 900 lbs., $46.17; 
milk, 6 cases $36.15; tea, Cey. 50 lbs. at 23c, gr. 20 lbs. at 20c; sundry 
flour 847 .38 ; coal oil, 15 cases at 83 ; sundry groceries $353.20 



Dredging. 



$ cts. 
10,500 03 



774 06 


31 50 


118 25 


19 30 


41 30 


14 00 


31 00 


1,7S6 52 


82 22 


156 15 


10 85 


45 00 


80 00 



50 00 



116 61 



Carried forward. 



20 70 



53 69 



1,491 94 

822 57 
94 84 

182 25 

566 77 
185 48 

416 27 
101 60 



1,806 47 

480 70 

54 00 



861 42 
21,005 49 



Repairs. 



Q-220 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 189S-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Snag-boat " Samson » — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Anderson & Co.: 14-in. man. rope, 2 coils, 964 lbs. at 15c.; 14-in. Pembertry 
injector $33 ; lin. chain tested, 100 ft., 936 lbs. at 4c; cutlery $38.60 ; 14-iii. 
eureka mill hose 100 ft., $38.10; steam hose 94 ft. $9.50; cott. waste 262 
lbs. at 10c; boiled oil, 33 galls, at 80c; wh. lead No. 1, 250 lbs. at 64c; 
sundry hardware $282.36 

Armstrong & Morrison : boiler makers, 337^ hrs. at 50c, 121 hrs. at 60c, helper 
10 hrs. at 30c; machinists 314 hrs. at 60c; blacksmith, 3 hrs. at $1, helper 
19 hrs. at 30c, 7 hrs. at 40c; sundries $5.97 

Beaulieu, Chas. : wages as painter, 19 dys. at $2 

Benson & Ayling : sundry fish 

Bon Accord Fishery Co. : charter str. "Telephone," Aug. 25-Sept. 30, 32 d. at 
$12.50 

Bonson, L. F. : wood, 14 cords at $2 . 50 

B. C. Timber and Trading Co.: lumber, at $10, 3—12x12x16-24, 7,296 ft., 
$72.96j; 1—6 x 4— 12 x 10—24, 10,042 ft. $100.42, 2x 3— 24, 1.865 ft. $18.65 ; 
4—10 x 10-26, 2,600 ft. at $10.50 ; 5 pes., 6 x 15—34, 1,445 ft. at $11 ; 15 
pes., 3 x 12—36, 1,575 ft. at $11.50 ; 3 x 12—24, 6,912 ft. at $14 ; cedar D.B. 
& D.D. 1 x 4—8, 938 ft. at $37.50 ; shingles 6,000 at $1.75 ; sundry lumber, 
$150.98 ; S. D. and bevelled, 7,644 ft. at $14.50 

Can. General Electric Co. : office wire, 8| lbs. at 35c 

Carr & Co. : wood, 20 cords at $2 

Church, Jesse : wages for over-hauling machinery on snag-boat 5 d. at $70 am.. 

Currie D.: blacksmith, Jan. 24-Feb. 18, 22 dys. at $3, less 25 dys. board at $4. 50 
per week 

DeBeck, C. H. : travel and outlay 

Depot Hotel : meals, July 1-Sept. 10 

Endersby, Walter : unloading scow, 270 tons of coal at 25c 

Falls, W. E. : mattrasses, moss 2 at $6, wire 2 at $3 ; labour, express and freight 
on linoleum $7 . 50 , 

Gilly Bros. : wood, 15 cords at $3 

Hudson's Bay Co.: cork carpet 14 yds. at $1.40 ; inlaid linoleum 10 yds. at $1.50 

Keefe James : overhauling machinery on snag-boat Ih, d. at $45 am 

Kirk, H. T.: heavy gal. iron tank 34 x 3^ ft. x 3 in. and flashing $28 75; 5| ft. 
steel clad bath, overflow, complete with combin. cocks &c. $35 : wash-basin 
complete, with marble slab and back, 2 corks &c $15 ; closet comp. with oak 
tank, double seat and back $28.50 ; single cherry seat and tank complete $9 ; 
2hy. ash pails $7.50; sundry repairs &c $112.94; time, 138J h. at 50c; 
helper, 96^ h. at 25c 

Laidlaw & Kilby : milk, 306 qts. at 8c, 24 qts. for $2.75 ; 3 pts. cream 60c 

Lie Jan : wood, 20 cords at $2 . .. 



Dredging. 



Martin, Ewen : caulker, Feb. 13-18, 6 d. at $4, less 6 dys. board at $4.50 per week. 

Martin, Malcolm : carpenter, 4^ d. at $4 

Monastery of Our Lady of Charity : laundry Nov. -Dec, Feb. -June 

Murchie, D. : foreman carpenter 2d. at $5 ; extending cabin and gen. repairs 

342 hrs at 40c; superintending work, &c, $15 

McDonald, Angus : ship carpenter, 19 d. at $4 less 19 d. board at $4.50 per w. . 

McLachlan, Geo. : labour, 3f d. at $4 

New Vancouver Coal Mining and Land Co. : Protection Is. washed nut coal, 

175 tons at $2.25 

New Westminster Corporation : water supplied Gov. wharf 12 m to June 30 

1899, $30; light supplied wharf, Nov. £m., Dec. Jan. and Feb. at $1, $3.50 ; 

install, incandescent lights 6 at $1.50 ; "7 lamps $4.25 ; 3 switches $3 

Peck, W.: ship carpenter Jan. 20-Feb. 28, 28 d. at $4, less 21 d. board at $4.50 

per week 

Reichenbach & Co.: beef, 2936 lbs. at 124c; mutton, 399 lbs. at 13£c., 173 lbs. at 

12*c., 211^ lbs. at lie ; pork 57l£ lbs. at lie ; sausages $14.08 ; sundries $21.35 

Peed, Jno. : smithwork 

Str "Fearless : " coal from Nanaimo to New Westminster 100 tons at 60c 

Str " Royal City : " Aug 17- Aug 25, 9 d. at $20; 2 extra men for 2 d. at $2 

Tong Kee : vegetables, Oct 21- June 30 

Vulcan Iron Works : l|-in. pipe, 161^ ft. at 10c, cutting and threading $10.80 ; 

^-in. blk.^pipe, 56 ft. at 12c, cutting and threading $2; N. O. grease cups 2 

at $3 ; sundry repairs and furnace fittings $24.47. 

Weber, C. : beef, 104 lbs. at 10c; mutton 38 lbs. at 124c; pork 18£ lbs. at 124c . 
Whiting Bros.: mixed vegetables, 16 sacks at $1, 2 at $1.25, 2 at $1.50, lat $1.40 
W T intemute Bros.: 2 blinds $1.30; screen door $2.50; 6 yds. wire $1.80; 

lumber, 25c; work $1.50 ; paid twice $7.35. . . 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
21,005 49 



625 57 



38 00 
4 87 



400 00 
35 00 



537 40 

3 07 

40 00 



12 15 

33 85 
67 50 

25 50 
45 00 

34 60 



34 30 

27 83 
40 00 



13 



393 75 
49 75 



563 95 
11 45 
60 00 

184 00 
25 85» 



15 96 
17 46 
22 90 

14 70 



24,406 03 



Repairs. 

$ cts. 
1,523 22 



26 88 

280 72 



120 20 

11 30 
49 93 



10 80 



295 77 



20 14 
17 00 



161 80 
63 80 
15 00 



98 50 
23 70 

50 18 

2,768 94 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Q-221 



Snag-boat M Samson "—Concluded. 


Dredging. 


Repairs. 


Brought forward 


$ cts. 
24,406 03 

16 35 

241 00 

65 00 

66 50 

291 25 

693 18 

634 50 
8 50 

88 00 
10 00 

196 25 
12 80 

29 40 

7 00 

10 90 

191 30 
2,242 55 

2,500 00 


I cts. 
2 708 94 


Laundry, 9 doz. at 40c; hardware $1.50; 8 d. clock $7; taking declarations 
$2.25 ; china $2 




Columbia River, below Revelstoke ($1,999.93). 

Pay-list for March 1899— 

Gallagher, P. J. : foreman 28 d. at $4 ; team 2l£ d. at $6 . . 

MeGrath, M. J.: carpenter, 24^ d. at .$3 less $8.50 board 




Beaulieu, Chas G.: time-keeper 28 d at $3 less $17.50 board 




Labourers at $2.50, less board : Walter Bull, 18 d. less $16 ; Byron Burton, 
16 d. less $0.25 ; H. C. Clark 18 d. less $16 ; Wm. Cooper, 10 d. less $9 ; 
O. Gilbault 14i d. less $14.25 ; Thos. Graham, 18 d. less $16.50 ; C. B. 
Hogan, 5 d. less $4.50 ; Jas. Hogan, 15 d. less $11.50 ; A. J. Hume 1 \ d. ; 
Chas. Martin, 22^ d. less $21.75 ; A. McLaughlin, 8 d. less $4.50 ; Chas. 

Sandusky, 20^ d. less $6 

Bourne Bros. : ore sacks 5,000 at lie. ; powder 5 cases at $9; steel crowbars 77 

lbs. at 16c. ; B. S. coal $11 ; 2 prs. hip-boots $15 ; sundries $59.86 

Johnson H. L. : board of men at 25c. per meal as deducted from pay-list above 
$152.25 ; board of 29 men during January 1899 at 25c. per meal $482.25. . . . 
McDougall, Ellen : board, Mch. 7-13, 5g d. at $1.50 




Nicomeckel River ($307.05). 

Pay-list for January and February — 

Foreman, Jno. Armstrong 22 d. at $4 




Team hire, D. E. Armstrong 2 d. at $5 

Labourers at $2.50 : Johann Appel 15 d.; Jos. Cole 9 d.; C. Hendrickson, 
17$ d., board $10; R. Johnston Id.; W. A. Johnston 18 d.; R. D. Mc- 

Kenzie 14 d 

Trapp T. J.: axes, 2 S. B. $2.50, 2 D. B. $4.50 ; sundry hardware $5.80 

Sundry Expenses of Dredging, B.C. 

C. P. Ry. Co. : 2 tickets, New Westminster to Lytton and return : 




Kirkpatrick Thos. : taking care of plant for Somas River. 1898-99 

Reid & Sylvester : storage and wharfage on goods $5.40 ; custom papers $5.50. . 

Vulcan Iron Works : examining and reporting on dredge at Kootenay reclama- 
tion farm and hydraulic pump at Ruby Creek, 11 d. at $7.50, ti-avelling ex- 
penses $82.30; examining and reporting on dredge on Fraser Rr. above 
Lytton, 2 d. at $7.50, travelling expenses $11.50 

Detailed in 1897-98 (page Q— 202) 

Charleson J. B. on account (vouchers received, Oct. 25 1899 ; see state- 
ment of Mr. Charleson's expenditure at end of Public Works details, page 
Q— 263) , 








Less coal bought by J. R. Roy for private use 7 50 

.1 De Grey & Ford, service of snag-boat " Samson " 15 00 


31,710 51 
22 50 










31,688 01 


2,768 94 


Charged as follows : 

Dredging B.C 


19,056 30 
1,031 59 
9,620 06 




Fraser River (Page Q— 191) 

Nanaimo Harbour ( » Q — 191) 

Repairs to dredge vessels ... ( n Q — 197) 


2,768 94 


Marine and Fisheries Dept., services of snag-boat 


1,980 00 










31,688 01 


2,768 94 



Q-222 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1898-99. 



63 VICTORIA, A. 1900 



Dredging : General Service. 

Currie, James, cartage, $1 ; Presley John, driving Mr. Godwin $1.50 

Samson, Joseph, advance on account of disbursements 

Freight and express : C.A.R. $35.46, Can. Express Co. $21.20, C.P.R. $3.71, Dom. Express 

Co. $1.25, O.K. Nav. Co. $1.25 

Telegrams : Can. Pac. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph $82.46, G.N.W. Tel. Co. $188.69 

Stationerv Office, Ottawa $3.30 ; Queen's Printer's Account $1.95 

Salaries at Ottawa (Page Q— 12) 

Travel of Ottawa officials ( .■ Q— 262) 

Slides and Booms, Generally : Chargeable to Income. 

St. Maurice River. 

Detailed with " St. Maurice : Staff and Repairs " (Page Q— 232) 

Ottawa River. 

Canada Atlantic Ry., freight on -|-in. crane chain from Glasgow 

Trent and Ncivcastlc District . 

Constructing saw-log slide at Fenelon Falls, May 22-31 1899- - 

Conductor, Thos. Littleton, 9 d. at $2.50 ; timekeeper, Frank Fairen, 9 d. at $1.75 . . . . 

Carpenters at $1.50 : R. Docharty 7 d., David Varcoe, 8 d 

Labourers at $1.25 : Jas. Bray 6 d., Martin Haskill 8 d 

Ellis, John A. : hemlock timber, 20777 ft. at $9.25 ; sundry $10.05 

Stamps, 50c, hardware $3.21, travel $4.10 

Ottawa City Bridges, including Chaudiere. 



Ahearn, Wm . : smith work , 

Booth J. R. ($693.45)— 

Cull red pine, 56005 ft. at $8 

4th deals 3-in. x 11-in. x 16 ft. 8008ft. at $12 ; pine 10-in. x 12-in. x 22 ft., 1760 ft. at $17 
Wh pine 2-in. x 10-in. x 16 ft., 2000 ft. at $13.50 ; pine4-in. x 11-in. x 16 ft., 939 ft. at $16 
Pine, 4-in. x ll-in.-12-in. x 12 ft. -16 ft., 5720 ft. at $13 ; cartage $3 

Bronson & Weston Lumber Co.: red pine, 2-in. -3-in. x 11-in. -12-in., 29034 ft. at $12; wh 
pine culls, 1-in. x 12-in. 2016 ft. at $11, 1-in. x 12-in. 1000 ft. at $10, 2-in. x 12-in. 1000 ft 
at $10 ; sun. lumber, $1.65 ; cartage, $9.32 

Canadian Granite Co. : white cross cement, 10 brls. at $2.10 

Charleson, W. G.: wh. lead 1000 lbs. at $6.50 ; b. linseed oil 101^ galls, at 55c; turpentine 20 
galls, at 80c ; iron ore paint 1000 lbs. at 2£c. ; red lead 224 lbs. at 6^c ; port cement 
wh. cross 10 brls. at $2.35; jackscrews 6 at $6.50; 6-in. x ^-in. iron 840 lbs. at $2.40; 
coil manilla rope 300 lbs. at 12c; lawn mower with tools $5.50 ; sundry hardware $93.45. 

Davies, S. M. : conduct money and witness fee , 

Dupuis, D. : 6x6 cedars 525 ft. at 4c ; cartage $1 

Flanders, J. L. : Cutts' patent hand drills 2 at $3.25 

Grieves Bros. : 8 trees at 75c 

Lavoie, Jno. : breaking stones 3 toise at $4 

Lavoie, J. B., breaking stones 4 \ toise at $4 ; Leblanc O, manure 8 Ids. at 20c 

Mahoney Jerry : smithwork ■. 

McDougal & Cuzner : spikes, 300 lbs. at 3c.: sun. hardware $9.78 

Parr J A : planks, 3-in. 1520 ft. at $15, 2-in. 1000 ft. at $15; 1-in. pine boards 1330 ft 
at $12 ; sundries $21.32 

Rouleau, Cal. : stones 20^ toise at $4 

Strachan W. : spikes $10.07 ; axe handles 2 doz. at $2 ; sundries $7.48 

Mrs. Tallon, manure, 12 Ids. at 20c; Veve, P., rand 6 Ids. at $1.25 

Victoria Foundry Co.: small and long clamps 480 lbs. at 4c; guard and band rails, corner 
• post, 2464 lbs. at 4^0. ; boring and taping 170 holes in old guard rail and cutting off 68 old 
lugs 30 hrs. at 40c"; machine work $41.68 

Street car fares , 

Detailed in 1897-98 (Page Q-205) 

LeBlanc Cy. : foreman of Ottawa roads and bridges generally, 12 m. to June 30 1899 

Roadway and Bridge Approaches, Ottawa to Hull. 

Axemen, days at $1.50: Alf. Aubrey 29i ; Jas. Delaney 2; M. Delaney 3; Geo. McEwen 
161 . Sam'l Nichol 3 ; Jas. Nichol 2 ; H. Remon 3 ; Dan'l Thib